Major sporting events are increasingly using more technology to enhance the fan experience and a clear example is el Super Bowl LVI which will be held next Sunday, February 13th.
In this issue, people who come to watch the final between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams will have access to cashless payments, 100% digital signage, high-quality content, and even wireless interaction.
This will be made possible thanks to the fact that Cisco was commissioned to install network technology in stadiums, which will allow to streamline operations and redefine the experience that spectators have at live events.
The latter is significant because Sofi Stadium has a capacity of 70,000 seats and more than 260 luxury suites, making it one of the largest in the NFL.
Cisco has managed to cover it with networking thanks to solutions like Catalyst 9K, Nexus 9K, WiFi 6, IP Fabric for Media, IPTV and HyperFlex, which enable the deployment of new features for viewers.
For example, every incoming fan will have a mobile format ticket and all purchases made at the stadium will be cashless.
It also highlights that all on-site markings are done digitally and that all kinds of content can be placed on the stadium’s more than 2,600 4K screens, as it replays the most important plays in almost real time.
Those unable to attend Super Bowl LVI can also take advantage of technology to enjoy and learn more about the event.
According to Google, the upcoming game between the Bengals and the Rams generated a lot of interest among the Mexicans and revealed that, in the past seven days, the most sought-after team was the Rams league, while the second place went to the Bengals.
People also turn to the Google search engine to find out more about the quarterback and the most searched one is Joe Burrow of the Cincinnati Bengals.
Given the interest, technology launched a game called. I want to score, which is developed in Slides and contains several questions.
1. Joe Burrow (Cincinnati Bengals)
2. Jimmy Garoppolo (San Francisco 49ers)
3. Patrick Mahomes II (Kansas City Chief)
4. Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers)
5. Matthew Stafford (Los Angeles Rams)
THE MOST TWEET COUNTRY ABOUT SB
1. United States of America
5. United Kingdom
By Aura Hernandez
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