With fans stuck at home during Covid-19 lockdowns of 2020, Midea ran a three-month social media engagement campaign that saw Man City players and legends encourage fans to take part in a series of at-home skills challenges.
As Covid-19 struck the UK, West Ham and its Official Destination Partner created a branded virtual activation that brought contest winners and club legends together to watch home Premier League matches.
The 2019 TCS New York City marathon official app became the races’ most downloaded ever by offering features including a set of augmented reality experiences, unlimited real-time runner tracking, an interactive course guide, digital cheer cards and a finishing-time predictor.
JP Morgan Chase pivoted to digital for its 2020 US Open activation programme, which ran between August and September 2020 and spanned an online hub, a card members’ digital lounge, invite-only interviews and Q&A, a daily livestream show, a social sweepstake, a virtual concert and even a cooking series.
Given the limited capacity of the New York Marathon, title sponsor Tata Consultancy Services activated its rights in 2018 and 2019 with a 3D game letting visitors to the Marathon Expo compete over the marathon’s final 100m.
In May 2020, Cisco stepped in as a ‘content integration’ partner of ‘The Match: Champions for Charity’, the blockbuster live golf matchplay event featuring Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Tom Brady, and Peyton Manning.
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