Watch the case study videos below to see the impact of LIGR's platform BEFORE and AFTER implementation by the largest state associations in Australia, Football (Football NSW) and Basketball Australia's (SEABL).
Note that in these particular case studies, LIGR’s automated graphics are powered by real time data from global sports technology companies Genius Sports (basketball) and Perform Group (football). LIGR’s platform connects the data to the video through data triggered graphics AUTOMATICALLY, creating a fully automated broadcast with seamless integration of brands and commercial partners.
NO Graphics Operator, NO Producer!
Live Graphic Systems and InteractSport have entered into a partnership to provide sports clubs, leagues, associations and federations live streaming and video capture solutions including use of LIGR’s automated broadcast graphics technology powered from Interact Sport’s digital suite of sports products.
InteractSport is the preeminent team management and data solution for grassroots sports in Australia and the UK, with a strong client list including Cricket Australia, Netball Australia, Football Federation Australia, Rugby Australia, the English & Wales Cricket Board and Cricket Ireland.
The combination of both LIGR and InteractSport’s technology provides an enviable technology stack for sports leagues to manage and commercialise their digital assets, including live broadcasts. This deal follows on from a successful beginning to a pilot integration of the Cricket LiveScore app into LIGR’s platform for cricket matches, which sees Live Graphic Systems deliver automated cloud graphics for games streamed to social media platforms such as Youtube and Facebook.
Live Graphic Systems CEO, Luke McCoy, praised InteractSport’s innovative approach to video and future OTT offerings, commenting, “The InteractSport team has been extremely proactive in forming a partnership that can not only benefit both companies but more importantly offer an impressive turn-key, professional and automated streaming solution for its sports clients to grow and commercialise their sport”
InteractSport are aware of the rapidly changing expectations of the sporting community to engage with their fans and provide access to consume content on match days, no matter what the level of competition, InteractSport COO, Rob Knee, added “Live Graphic Systems offer a world-class product and service, and in a very short period of time we have successfully combined to deliver automated graphics driven by data and triggers captured through our match day scoring apps. We are very excited about the opportunity to provide grassroots sporting leagues and clubs the capability to broadcast their matches. There is a huge appetite out there and through this partnership, we are breaking down the barriers that have previously impacted the quality of local leagues broadcasting their matches.”
Both organisations are excited to form a strong, united partnership and look forward to delivering world-class technology to the world of grassroots sports!
InteractSport are a tech company based in Melbourne and supply digital services to sporting bodies throughout the world. They have built world-renowned live score and member apps that are underpinned by their flagship Competition and Registration products, as part of their stated mission to "make awesome stuff for the sporting community”.
Srikandi Cup, the women's premier basketball league in Indonesia has announced a landmark 3-year partnership with the automated broadcast technology, Live Graphic Systems, to provide professional and commercialised graphics overlay on Saturday (10/11/18) in Jakarta. Srikandi Cup is pleased with the opportunity to become the inaugural partner for LIGR Systems operation in Indonesia. The deal also puts Srikandi Cup as the first user of LIGR's cutting-edge technology in Indonesia. The Srikandi Cup itself has 7 teams from various regions in Indonesia and by implementing a series system in replacement of a home-away season, a professional and stable broadcast will play a pivotal role for the league to increase engagement with the fans of all teams.
The main focus of the deal itself is to provide automated graphics overlay, powered by the live game statistical data in real time to the viewer. This also allows new commercial opportunities for the Srikandi Cup, with real-time in-game advertising now a possibility. The three season deal ensures a large improvement in the leagues streaming quality increasing the viewing experience for the fans.
Live Graphic Systems is a young growing Australian-based company that has worked with several state and national basketball leagues in Australia. LIGR Systems recently had the opportunity to partner with the Australian National Basketball League (NBL) providing graphics for the NBL Pre-season Blitz 2018. Through this deal, Srikandi Cup looks forward to improving the fan experience while broadcasting the competition to social platforms such as YouTube and promoting the league through Instagram. This will build up a new fan base to strengthen the development of women's basketball in Indonesia. Fans can follow the league's broadcast through the Srikandi Cup TV YouTube channel starting from November 26 in Denpasar, Bali.
Live Graphic Systems adds Input Media to it’s growing high profile client list on a long term deal to provide its cricket graphics. This landmark deal follows on from a successful 2017 campaign which saw Live Graphic Systems deliver cloud graphics for Input Media across their cricket coverage last season.
This year has already seen the successful implementation of a new and improved graphics theme which has seen high praise internally and by fans enjoying the start of the 2018/19 season.
Live Graphic Systems CEO, Luke McCoy praised Input Media’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of bleeding edge broadcast technologies to provide the best fan engagement and distribution solutions for their clients in an ever-changing and competitive media landscape.
“Chris Law and his team have proven to be extremely open to new cutting edge technologies that help reduce costs of production, while maintaining quality to help sports league scale content in a way that is simply not possible using traditional production solutions”, Luke McCoy, CEO, Live Graphic Systems.
Both organisations are innovators in the digital content space and are taking advantage of the fact that mainstream sports production no longer has to rely on expensive and legacy hardware and heavily specialised staff on site and that much of that infrastructure and skill can be virtualised and automated in a cloud environment.
“Live Graphic Systems have a fantastic product which provides us a cost-effective solution with a high-end result. We are proud to be working with Luke and his team to push the boundaries of sports broadcasting utilising cloud based solutions”, Chris Law, MD, Input Media Australia.
Live Graphic Systems is excited to be part of the Input Media journey long into the future.