StreamAMG is our new partner for global streaming solution
Whether in the stadiums, in front of the TV or on the PC: Football lovers will get their money's worth this summer. Those responsible for the European League of Football have started a Cooperation with the internationally renowned OTT agency StreamAMG from London, to provide live streaming and on-demand content of the continental league around the clock. “When the inaugural season of the European League of Football kicks off on June 19, fans all over the world will be able to follow the games in a live stream. This is made possible the cooperation between the league and StreamAMG, which with its know-how is the perfect partner for us to build an OTT platform that is attractive for all users.“, tells Zeljko Karajica, CEO of the European League of Football.
In addition to the broadcast of one match per round on free TV on ProSieben MAXX and streamed at ran.de, all matches will be shown live on the European League of Football website, as well as highlights, replays, features and other exclusive content are made available on demand. “The goal is to offer football fans 360-degree coverage with our partners and on our own channels.“, says Karaijca.
Numerous rights holders, leagues and clubs, including soccer giants such as Liverpool FC, Paris St. Germain, Glasgow Rangers or AS Roma, rely on the all-round solutions of the StreamAMG, which produces more than 30 million hours of live events a year for its customers worldwide.
“The European League of Football promises to be a game changer for American Football in Europe, and we’re excited to be working with SEH and Novel Media to bring the competition to audiences worldwide with our OTT technology.”, Hugo Sharman, CEO at StreamAMG, commented.
From June to September eight franchises will compete to be the first champion of the European League of Football. From Germany, Berlin Thunder, Hamburg Sea Devils, Frankfurt Galaxy, the Cologne Centurions, Stuttgart Surge and the Leipzig Kings are going to start playing in the European League of Football. The field of participants will be completed by the Barcelona Dragons from Spain and the Panthers Wroclaw from Poland.