On May 11th, we finally announced the launch of LIGR.Live - Our next generation live graphics platform for a new era of sports broadcast.
It was a massive moment for our team, with years of customer and industry insights built into a platform that we are truly proud of, and are confident will make a lasting impact on the sports broadcast industry globally.
Sports organisations and broadcasters looking to produce professional and sponsor infused live sports content, across all levels, are in for a treat!
SYDNEY - May 27, 2020 – LIGR - Live Graphic Systems, a leader in cloud broadcast graphics for sports leagues and broadcasters of all levels, and Grabyo, the leading cloud platform for live video production and editing, today announced a new partnership to deliver the next generation of cloud sports broadcasting for sports leagues and broadcasters looking to streamline in-game production costs while maintaining professional standards and commercial integration opportunities.
Luke McCoy, CEO and Co-Founder of LIGR to speak in the upcoming STWS Virtual Series, June 25th, on the future of sports broadcasting with Brian Meinrath, Head of Commercial, FNSW
Jamie joins the LIGR content team as Editor - Advertising specialist, with experience in social media and stream monetisation, Jamie brings a wealth of experience to the LIGR team.
You probably take it for granted, but the enjoyment of a live sports broadcast is dependent on three key components: live video of the on-field play, commentary, and in-game statistics.
What if broadcasters of all types and of any size had an opportunity to sign a brand that took it all. The entire sport. Multiple levels on multiple platforms, all leagues on all devices.
A big part of creating professional and engaging sports broadcasts is live graphics. They tell a story and show relevant info, from game scores to player and team stats.
LIGR provides out-of-the-box, TV-quality graphics templates that let you produce a professional live stream in a few simple steps, getting you up and running in minutes
The scoreboard on a live sports match – otherwise known as the scorebug – is obviously the most important graphic in the live broadcasts of sports.
Viewership has declined across all age groups, but it is the drop in the young demographic that will be of most concern at Rugby League Central.