StreamAMG to provide OTT Service, Event apps for International Netball Federation

The International Netball Federation has selected technology company StreamAMG to provide live & on demand video services and dedicated apps for World Netball Events, starting with this year’s Netball World Cup.

The OTT service and the Android and iOS applications will provide viewers with access to match highlights, a range of on-demand content, and other news and live match scores.

Users in territories outside of existing broadcasting agreements will be able to register to watch live matches on the platform.

The INF will use StreamAMG’s end-to-end video services to livestream concurrent matches and manage on demand video content.

The Netball World Cup will be held in Liverpool, England from July 12–21.

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