LIGR And Pixellot Offer AI-driven Sports Graphics Platform

Pixellot, provider of AI-Automated sports video and analytics solutions, and LIGR, a cloud-based live graphics platform for sports, have an integrated solution for live broadcasting and streaming.

“It is great to be able to partner with Pixellot to provide their customers with automated, TV-quality live graphics,” said Luke McCoy, LIGR’s Co-founder and CEO. “Progressive sports leagues and broadcasters who use Pixellot to automate their sports production like the Football Association of Ireland, The Israel Basketball Association, and others can now add automated live graphics, real-time data integrations and advertising to their sport broadcasts. Now more than ever, limited budgets can deliver a richer viewing experience for fans on par with traditional broadcasting solutions, and as a result, improve monetization opportunities.”

Pixellot technology solutions are serving a growing number of sports associations and leagues throughout the world including the FAI, the Scottish SPFL, the Korean, Mexican and Polish FA, and the IBBA. Other Pixellot-powered leagues in the US, Europe, and Latin America are in negotiations to implement the new solution including the Football Association of Ireland.

“Pixellot is always raising the bar when it comes to fan engagement and bringing added value to clubs and teams and their fans,” said Elad Manishviz, Pixellot CRO. “With the addition of automated high-level graphics and game info to our solution, the opportunities for greater commercialization can now be realized. Our goal is to provide a truly immersive experience that will make sponsorships and additional revenue streams more feasible than ever.

"The combined solution uses professional-quality graphic overlays and templates that are integrated automatically into the game. Little to no customization is required making it scalable and cost-effective. Together with Pixellot’s production and multi-featured OTT distribution, leagues and clubs can now engage fans and monetize live streams at a whole new level,” said Manishviz.

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