SEAT 2016: EVS Eyes Future of Game-Day Entertainment

EVS will bring new innovations and present the latest findings for engaging fans at the SEAT (Sports Entertainment Alliance in Technology) conference, July 17-20, 2016 at the Aria Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. SEAT brings together top business professionals, insiders, and technology providers in the sports and entertainment industry.

EVS logoEVS executives will be hand to discuss its “Return on Emotion” white paper featuring results on its connected fan global survey –- and what the findings mean for content owners, rights holders and broadcasters. The research piece, conducted in part with fans in and around multiple North American stadiums,  dives deep dive into how fans consume sports, the importance of fan engagement for building emotional connection, and how enhanced digital content – from multi-angle replays to up-to-the-minute stats – creates more immersive live experiences, builds loyalty and generates dynamic new revenue opportunities.

At booth 605, attendees can learn about the benefits of connected stadiums, and the tools available today for enhancing and extending the fan engagement experience: the C-Cast cloud-based connected content platform; and the FanCast turnkey solution for the production and delivery of exclusive live and near-live content to in-stadium screens and fans’ connected devices. The EVS FanCast solution will also be featured at Diamond Sponsor Corning’s “The Connected Stadium” booth, highlighting how Corning’s fiber solutions can enable efficient delivery of EVS content.

On Sunday, July 17, attendees are invited to the Game Day Presentation track session, “The New Sports Fan and the Connected Stadium Experience.” The discussion will center on the results of the new survey and show how stadiums like Barclays Center are meeting the new desires and expectations of fans by delivering enriched, targeted content directly to various devices – both in out of the stadium.

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