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Tripleplay delivers content to 1,400 screens at Daytona Speedway

Duncan Proctor 23 February 2016
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Tripleplay has been selected by Daytona International Speedway to deliver live streaming content, communications, digital menus and interactive TV services to 1,400 screens around its new 101,500-seat motorsports stadium.

“Tripleplay is providing valuable solutions to help us deliver a great fan experience,” said Daytona International Speedway president Joie Chitwood III. “Their technology is an ideal fit for our new stadium and we’re thrilled to have them join our team.”

Screens are located within hospitality and corporate suites integrated into AMX control systems and retail units for live digital menu boards, infield video display boards and stadium concourses for live race playback and advertising.

Tripleplay executive VP for North America, Paul Harris commented: “Working with such an iconic name as Daytona International Speedway is not only a great honour for the business but also a fantastic seal of approval for our technology in the US sports industry.

“The scope of the Tripleplay solution here is phenomenal, it is designed to deliver to every part of the stadium and to every spectator; enhancing the experience and ensuring maximum revenue generation opportunities for Daytona International Speedway. We look forward to building our relationship with the team here and delivering a spectacular experience for every fan who enters this 101,500 seat stadium.”

Tripleplay signage and video streaming software

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