Royal Antwerp FC select Tripleplay’s IPTV & Digital Signage solution for new stand in Bosuil Stadium (Bosuilstadion)

Antwerp, Belgium, 5/10/2017: Royal Antwerp FC have chosen Tripleplay to deliver an IPTV and Digital Signage solution throughout its new stand at Bosuil Stadium (Bosuilstadion) to improve fan experience and enhance their corporate entertainment offering.


Corporate boxes, executive suites and speciality function rooms will be fitted with Tripleplay’s Interactive IPTV Portal, allowing the club to deliver personalised TV and content to VIP guests.Digital signage and IPTV will be delivered in the stand concourse, throughout restaurants and media centre, making sure guests and journalists can access live TV, sponsorship content, advertisements and live interviews. Through the Tripleplay platform, Royal Antwerp will be able to deliver live and stored VOD and live streams to its customers and guests at every opportunity in order to drive revenues and increase satisfaction.

Tripleplay Manager for Central Europe, Roberto Blesa commented, “I am extremely excited to announce the upcoming project with Royal Antwerp FC. We have deployments in more than 60 sports stadiums and arenas world-wide and our tried-and-tested solution lends itself perfectly to Bosuil Stadium.


“The Tripleplay IPTV and Digital Signage solution will deliver modern and professional TV services to both fans in the stadium and important visitors making use of corporate suites and VIP areas.”


Working with integration partner Screen Services, Royal Antwerp has opted to install Tripleplay’s IPTV and Digital Signage solution to enhance the experience that they offer customers and fans.


Tripleplay solutions have been deployed in Stadiums and Arenas across the globe including; K.A.A Gent, Fenerbahce S.K., Chelsea Football Club, Daytona International Speedway, Manchester City, SSE Arena Belfast and Mercedes-Benz Arena.


For more information about our solutions for Sports & Arena, please visit this page on our website.

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