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LaLiga signs Global Partner deal with LiveScore

Spain’s LaLiga has signed its first partnership in the sports scoring category with UK-based LiveScore.

Under the deal, LiveScore will become the exclusive global sponsor of LaLiga’s Replay360° technology for the next three seasons.

Replay360° is powered by Intel’s True View system, which uses thirty-eight synchronised cameras to capture match footage from every angle.

It allows viewers to assume the perspective of a particular player or position anywhere on the pitch, or to take a bird’s eye view of a particular move.

Read this: Intel pioneers in-game technology with Arsenal, Liverpool, Man City

The technology was first developed in 2016 through a partnership between Intel and LaLiga, and is now installed at eight of LaLiga’s 20 stadiums, as described below:

  • Season 17-18, four stadiums: FC Barcelona (Camp Nou), Real Madrid (Santiago Bernabeu), Atlético de Madrid (Wanda Metropolitano), Sevilla FC (Ramon Sánchez Pijuan)
  • Season 18-19, two additional stadiums: Athletic Club de Bilbao (San Mamés), Valencia CF (Mestalla)
  • Season 19-20, two additional stadiums: Real Sociedad (Anoeta), Betis (Benito Villamarin)

LiveScore offers real-time results, fixtures, stats and news for national and international competitions in football, basketball, hockey, tennis and cricket.

It claims to have more than 50 million monthly unique users and a presence in 99 per cent of the world’s territories.

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