Connected Stadium Series delivers an unprecedented virtual platform completely tailored for the Stadium and Arena industry.
Burlington, Canada — November 25, 2020 – Evertz, a global leader in media and entertainment technology solutions, is excited to launch Connected Stadium Series, a week-long virtual event dedicated to showcasing innovative technologies designed and engineered for the Sports and Entertainment Venue, and Esports Facility markets.
Running from Monday, November 30th to Friday, December 4th, Connected Stadium Series will be a convenient one-stop destination for venue operations engineers, stadium content producers, and other stakeholders to get a comprehensive understanding of the latest technical and core solutions, and creative and live production tools available to the Venue industry. Attendees will discover new ways to improve the venue experience, while receiving advice from Evertz experts on the best ways to build unified facilities and workflows. Visitors will learn about inventive revenue streams, solutions for immersive in-stadium experiences, world-class fan engagement tools, the latest in ProAV and interactive concourse displays, sportsbook and betting services, multi-purpose event spaces, and more.
"This past year has presented many challenges for sports and entertainment venues, as the global pandemic forced leagues and live entertainment organizations to suspend events," says Kyle Mio Bertolo, Director of Sales for Sports and Entertainment USA. "With more and more professional leagues returning to action, Evertz knows the economic significance of welcoming fans and staff back to stadiums and arenas in a safe manner, and we are committed to helping facilities provide spectators and personnel with new features that will make their return both comfortable and unforgettable."