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The UFL Championship between the Florida Tuskers and the Las Vegas Locomotives will be streamed live, Nov. 27 in high definition on YouTube.
Sports organizations such as the Indian Premier (cricket) League have also streamed live events through YouTube, though this weekend’ game will additionally make multiple camera angles available.
Streaming live from the AEG Digital Media platform, viewers would be able to select their camera angle and video feed throughout the game, according to AEG. The UFL reported that up to four different angles would be available, in addition to the main Versus telecast.
“With AEG’s unique expertise, multiple bit rate technology, and integration of the fan messaging aggregation and sharing, this year’s event will reach more viewers and provide a more in-depth look at this exciting event,” suggested Tomas Llibre, vp of information technology, UFL.
Viewers will also be able to submit questions and comments through UFL Facebook and Twitter.
“This is where the future of television is going,” Llibre said of the strategy.
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