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NEP Switzerland has doubled its 4K production resources in readiness for broadcast production work on the 2017/2018 season of the Swiss Raiffeisen Super League (RSL). Contracted to produce all of the Premier Swiss Football League’s games in 4K/UHD, the TV service provider has commissioned the 4K/UHD UHD 42 OB Vehicle – constructed by German system integrator Broadcast Solutions GmbH as part of its Streamline series, with two production areas supporting up to 10 cameras.
Brazilian rental company LPL supplied over 150 Robe moving lights including BMFL WashBeams to the 2017 League of Legends Mid-Season Invitationals (MSI) competition staged in the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janiero. (formally the Rio Olympic Arena). Produced by LoL developers Riot Games, professional regional champions from Asia, North America and Europe met in Brazil and battled ‘live’ to win large numbers of points counting towards the 2017 World Championship title for this hugely popular e-sport phenomena.
PCCW Global, the international operating division of HKT, Hong Kong’s premier telecommunications service provider, is pleased to announce that, working in close collaboration with Cyber Games Arena (CGA) and Electronic Sports League (ESL), it delivered and sponsored resilient high speed and ultra-low latency connectivity for the recent “Return of the Legends” tournament, the latest iteration of the world’s most watched eSports game – League of Legends (LOL). PCCW Global’s resilient network also ensured that the online broadcast of the event was highly successful.
Since the invention of cars, drag racing, where 2 cars race down a straight line, has been a fan-favorite auto sport for car aficionados everywhere, with racers modding out their rides and taking to the streets in gloriously dangerous and oftentimes illegal fashion. But while drag races are prohibited on the streets, this organization has been bringing drag racing to the forefront of automotive sports while keeping it all safe and legitimate.
Slomo.tv, a leading international supplier of cost-effective, high performance server-based video recording instant replay systems, has announced that professional hockey team Ak Bars from the Russian Federation has tested, approved and purchased the company’s new videoReferee® 4G system. The news is remarkable since the new videoReferee® won’t be officially launched until IBC 2017 next month.
A spectacular Opening Ceremony in downtown Budapest marked the start of the 17th FINA World Aquatic Championships, with 14 days of world class aquatic sports following the elegant, eye-catching event directed by Olivier Feracci from French event production specialist ECA2 and Hungarian film director Csaba Kael, CEO of cultural hub Mupa Budapest.
The 17th FINA World Aquatic Championships took place in Budapest, Hungary with 14 days of aquatic sports following a vibrant, colourful, elegant and epic Opening Ceremony directed by Olivier Feracci from French event production specialist ECA2 and Hungarian film director Csaba Kael, CEO of cultural hub Mupa Budapest.
The portfolio of remote production broadcasting involving equipment from German technology pioneer Lawo now includes Poland’s first live IP production – the World Games 2017. Held in Wroclaw, the World Games are frequently described as the “Alternative Olympics” and feature many sporting activities not covered by traditional Olympian events. The Games saw 3 500 athletes from 112 countries compete, with 700 journalists from 50 countries in attendance to witness and report on the events.
This month, some of Russia’s best eSports gamers descended upon Cyberspace, a new event venue located at Moscow Riviera shopping centre to play League of Legends RT CyberCup. There are lots more tournaments, competitions and events planned in the pipeline over the upcoming months.
The second half of the 2017 calendar will kick off with a milestone race at Russia’s sports capital: Kazan. It’s a first for the series – but for some pilots down in the points, it will also be the last chance to make a charge for this year’s World Championship.
The 17th FINA World Championships are now under way in Budapest and OMEGA is bringing its long experience in timekeeping and data handling to the competition, ensuring precision that is worthy of the world's greatest aquatic athletes. As the Official Timekeeper of the competition, OMEGA will serve around 3,000 athletes in all six disciplines including swimming, water polo, diving, open water swimming, high diving and synchronized swimming.
That’s why, as the 17th FINA World Championships get under way this summer in Budapest, OMEGA will bring its long experience in timekeeping and data handling to the competition, ensuring precision and performance that is worthy of the world’s greatest aquatic athletes. When so much depends on accuracy, we are committed to nothing less than perfection. Held between July 14 and 30, the FINA World Championships are the premiere event on the swimming governing body`s calendar. Started in 1973, they were once held every four years between the summer Olympic Games. However, since 2001, they have taken place every two years.
The Federation Internationale de Natation (FINA) has partnered with Deltatre, the world’s leading sports media technology provider, to launch FINAtv (finatv.live), a new OTT subscription service featuring exclusive and comprehensive live and on-demand coverage of FINA’s marquee events. FINAtv premieres with all the action from The FINA World Championships – Budapest 2017. It will be available 24/7 on mobile, tablet (iOS and Android), desktop and TVs via AirPlay and Chromecast.
IBC’s Platform Futures conference strand on Sunday 17 September will examine the expanding business opportunities surrounding traditional and alternative sports coverage and rights management, with a focus on the crucial topic of fan engagement. Leading figures from major broadcasters, innovative sports organisations and sports marketing companies will examine how to create, distribute and monetise sports content that enhances fan experiences, particularly for live sport, while providing new revenue streams. The conference strand will also highlight the exciting opportunities for broadcasters in the burgeoning eSports sector, which is forecast to generate more than £1bn in global revenue by 2020*.
Two-time Red Bull Air Race titleholder Kirby Chambliss put his 2017 season on track with a confident win at the World Championship stop in Budapest on Sunday. Canada’s Pete McLeod was scintillating in second, while Japan’s Yoshihide Muroya retained the head of the overall standings by clinching third.