CatDV MAM Storage Platform Upgrades Sacramento Kings’ Golden1 Center

In 2016, the NBA’s Sacramento Kings moved into one of the most technologically advanced arenas in the world. The Golden 1 Center features powerful wireless connectivity, 360-degree sound, and a giant, center-hung 4K UHD LED video board — the largest in the NBA. Offering 6,100 square feet of stunning visuals, the video board helps create […]  More

Wells Fargo Center Continues ‘Transformation 2020’ Initiative With Main Concourse Revamp

On the heels of last week’s Kinetic 4K Scoreboard unveil, Comcast Spectacor introduced the next chapter of “Transformation 2020” advancements that are reshaping the Wells Fargo Center’s live event experience. The next phase of the $250 million, multi-year initiative surrounds significant upgrades throughout the arena’s Main Concourse level, which will deliver an impressive and energizing […]  More

SVG Sit-Down: Southpaw’s Matt Ritter on Acquisition of Panasonic Live Events Group, Goals in Sports-Venue Industry

In December, Southpaw Sports & Entertainment closed the deal to acquire the Live Events group of Panasonic Sports and Entertainment Business Unit, a division of Panasonic Systems Solutions Co. of North America. The group, which had been formed when Panasonic acquired TS Sports in 2015, specializes in LED videoboard systems for sports venues like LAFC’s […]  More

Sacramento Kings To Open Free-to-Play Predictive Gaming Lounge in Golden 1 Center

The Sacramento Kings are partnering with Swish Analytics to demo the NBA’s first dedicated space for a free-to-play, in-arena predictive gaming experience called the “Sacramento Kings Skyloft Predictive Gaming Lounge.” Beginning March 17, when the Kings take on the Chicago Bulls, suite, loft, and balcony box ticketholders attending the game can visit the Sacramento Kings Skyloft […]  More

AWS Powers Cloud, Machine Learning for Second Spectrum, Los Angeles Clippers CourtVision

Amazon Web Services announced that AWS is now the primary cloud computing, machine learning, and artificial intelligence provider of Clippers CourtVision, the live, augmented game-watching platform created by the Los Angeles (L.A.) Clippers and Second Spectrum, the official video tracking technology provider for the NBA. The Clippers and Second Spectrum will use AWS machine learning […]  More

Nevada’s Green Valley High School Adds New Daktronics Football Videoboard

Green Valley High School in Henderson, Nevada, installed a new video and scoring display from Daktronics last September. The stadium’s 23-by-41-foot video display provides the Gators with a professional-grade entertainment system and creates opportunities for student learning and increased sponsorships.  More