Gothia Cup Partners With Spiideo To Automate Production
Gothia Cup and Spiideo will deploy 40+ automated fixed camera systems and Spiideo Portable SmartCams across the Gothia Cup, Partille Cup, and Gothia Floorball Cup to produce professional broadcasts of matches for fans from 80+ countries.
Spiideo and Gothia Cup have announced a new broadcasting partnership for the largest youth sports tournaments in the world.
Gothia Cup will use Spiideo’s automated production tools to broadcast thousands of matches with professional graphics, insightful match data, and commentary on select fields. Matches will be available in the Gothia Cup and website, where all broadcasts will be available to watch live and after the match has concluded.
This new partnership will empower fans from teams in the tournaments to engage and watch the broadcasts for their favorite teams. By eliminating manual filming of matches, Gothia Cup is able to expand – in the first year – their number of broadcasts to 1620 matches during the Gothia Cup tournament, 2720 matches during the Partille Cup (Handball), and 1500 matches during the Gothia Floorball Cup.
“Gothia Cup is not only the premier youth tournament in Sweden, but the world. We’re thrilled to partner with them to broadcast the thousands of matches they put on every year,” comments Spiideo CEO & Co-Founder, Patrik Olsson.
“Automated production is unlocking the ability to produce games at scale, making professional livestreams and broadcasts available that otherwise would require large investments, manual camera operators, and manual producers.”
Spiideo’s cloud-based platform will automatically produce and livestream all of the games with high quality without the need for any human camera operators.
The Gothia Cup will take place from July 17th to the 23rd in Gothenburg, Sweden. The Partille Cup will take place July 4-9 and the Gothia Floorball Cup will be held in January 5-8, 2023