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StreamAMG Deliver New & Improved Digital Platform For QPR

Thu 20th Oct 2016 | IT & Technology

Europe’s leading online video specialist StreamAMG (Advanced Media Group) will deliver a new and improved digital platform for video on demand and live broadcasting for Queens Park Rangers Football Club (QPR).

StreamAMG’s solutions already power many of the UK’s leading football clubs and the new three year deal with the London based club, sees another well-known sporting name added to their growing client list, that includes Liverpool FC, Everton FC, Leeds United FC and many more.

The contract, which sees the new digital platform launch in 2017, sees StreamAMG’s services set to power live audio and live video delivery both locally and internationally to QPR’s global fan base, whilst integrating with QPR’s innovative approach to single sign on and user management. The player will be available across mobile, tablet and desktop, offering fans extended highlights, exclusive videos and the latest club content.

QPR will benefit from StreamAMG’s award winning video technology that offers numerous tools for users to make the most out of their video content, with SEO optimisation via tagging and metadata, customisable players, content security and thorough statistics for performance analysis.

Duncan Burbidge, CEO, StreamAMG said “It's a privilege to work with another top football club like Queens Park Rangers. We're absolutely committed to delivering the service their fans deserve - on whichever platforms they choose to use”.

David Scriven, Webmaster, Queens Park Rangers Football Club commented “We’re delighted to be working with StreamAMG to deliver a first class video and live service for QPR fans when our new digital platform launches in 2017.

"StreamAMG is a market leader in delivering Video on Demand and Live content and have a wealth of experience in the sports industry. Delivering engaging and accessible multimedia content is at the forefront of QPR’s communications strategy and we are excited about what this partnerships means for our supporter’s online experience going forward."

Image: Action Images via Reuters / Adam Holt

Posted by: Aaron Gourley 

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