Filling the Void and Engaging Sports Fans in an Industry on Pause
In this article, guest blogger, Lona Price-Jones, discusses how clubs, teams, stadia, arenas and other sports and entertainment entities should be filling the void caused by COVID-19 and engaging sports fans in an industry on pause.
VIDEO: Interview with Dan Meis, Founder, MEIS Architects
In this interview with Dan Meis, Founder, MEIS Architects, we hear Dan’s thoughts on “The Future of Stadiums”, as well as details on some of the practice’s latest projects, including new stadiums for AS Roma and Everton.
AS Roma increases conversion rate in online ticketing with VR Solution
Italian Serie A side, AS Roma, has increased its conversion rate in online ticketing thanks to an innovative VR Solution, which has delivered a drastic rise in web traffic, and in consequence, the number of sales that are being made through the renovated virtual channel.
Telecom Italia deploys JMA’s XRAN™ in Stadio Olimpico
JMA Wireless announced today its RAN virtualised XRAN software is fully deployed and ‘live’ in Rome’s Stadio Olimpico, the world famous 70,000+ seat Serie A stadium, further proving it’s commercial readiness and significant benefits.
AS Roma’s new Stadio della Roma secures backing of independent technical report
IN REVIEW: Europe’s first Premium Seat event, ALSD International
Europe’s first Premium Seat event, ALSD International, touched down in London earlier this month, during which some 251 registered attendees networked, knowledge-shared and did business, as Katie McIntyre reports.
Europe’s first Premium Seat event, ALSD International, gets set to touchdown in London
Some 200+ attendees from clubs & teams, stadia & arenas, leagues & federations, architecture & design firms, producers & suppliers, will be touching down for Europe’s first Premium Seat event, ALSD International, taking place at the Amba Marble Arch Hotel in Central London next week, October 10-12.
AS Roma’s Stadio della Roma receives green light
AS Roma’s dream of a new home in the Italian capital moved a step closer to reality on Tuesday night, after the four main governing bodies involved in the decision approved the club’s plans to build Stadio della Roma.