The ELF is launching June 19th with eight teams, some of which you may remember from NFL Europe.
Launching on 19 June, the American football tournament will feature eight franchises based in Germany, Spain, and Poland competing to become the continent’s champion.
It will broadcast one match per round on ProSieben MAXX and ran.de streaming platform in Germany, as well as providing access to all live matches, highlights, replays, features and more exclusive content made available on demand through the European League of Football website.
StreamAMG will provide a suite of OTT technology for this, as well as subscription management. It will work closely with Novel Media, the ELF’s web design and development partner, to integrate its technology into ELF Online.
Zeljko Karajica, managing director of the European League of Football, said: “Thanks to this partnership between the league and StreamAMG, fans all over the world will be able to watch the games live when the inaugural season of the European League of Football starts on June 19th.”
He added: “The goal is to reach football fans with our broadcast partners as well as offering 360-degree coverage on our own channels.”
StreamAMG CEO, Hugo Sharman, said: “The ELF promises to be a game changer for American Football in Europe, and we’re excited to be working with SEH and Novel Media to bring the competition to audiences worldwide with our OTT technology.”
There’s still no details on pricing, but it’s great to see that there will be an option to watch these games world-wide.
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