Deltatre renews agreement with Hero Indian Super League
- 07 December, 2021
UK: Deltatre, the global leader in fan-first experiences, has renewed its agreement with the Hero Indian Super League for the 2021/22 season - and will provide its best-in-class broadcast graphics solution to the league throughout the competition.
The agreement builds on the successful deployments initiated between the parties during the previous two seasons.
It also reflects on the Deltatre professional and diligent work during the 2020/21 campaign, during which time 'normal' operational activities were upended. Deltatre adjusted to this challenge by switching to a hybrid, in-venue/remote production model. It installed services in four locations including three stadiums in Goa, and in the operations center at the Star Sports studios in Mumbai.
Deltatre’s broadcast graphics give content owners the tools to deliver cutting-edge on-screen visualizations. This project is underpinned by Magma, Deltatre’s graphics suite, which allows for fast and accurate graphics operations, with simultaneous data optimization. By partnering with Deltatre, the Indian Super League will benefit from Deltatre’s trusted industry reputation and decades of expertise.
The game continues to expand in India. This project will help fans to enjoy the sport in a richer and more in-depth way, with the aim to accelerate this growth.
Indian Super League’s world feed match graphics and studio graphics are available in English, Malayalam, and Bengali - including touchscreen solutions for data-rich analysis.
Craig Harvey, VP, APAC, Deltatre, said: “Our renewal with the Hero Indian Super League is testament to the close working relationship we have and our shared ambition to help fans experience the competition in an immersive and comprehensive way.
“The storytelling capability of any sports league is fundamental to the way in which it interacts with and entertains fans. As such, we’re proud of what we have achieved during previous iterations of the league, and we’re looking forward to continuing that this season.”