Infront Moto Racing reveals new look for its MXGP-TV OTT platform
Infront Moto Racing has launched a new look for its dedicated motocross racing OTT platform MXGP-TV, which is being powered by StreamAMG.
The revamped platform offers fans a whole new way to watch live and on-demand races from every round of the FIM Motocross World Championship MXGP season, as well as the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations, Women’s Motocross World Championship and all the European Championships.
David Luongo, chief executive officer at Infront Moto Racing, commented: “Infront Moto Racing is really proud to launch the brand-new MXGP-TV.com. Our on-demand video platform will give a bright new experience to all the MXGP fans around the world.
“Back in 2011, we were one of the very first sport promoters to believe in the potential of developing this kind of media platform to reach our fans directly. Almost 10 years later, MXGP-TV.com became a must for everybody who wants to follow all the action related to MXGP, but also all the support classes too, including the European Championships and the WMX. I would like to thank all the team at StreamAMG and Cleeng for their collaboration and all the dedicated team of Infront Moto Racing for the great work accomplished. We cannot wait to start the 2021 MXGP season.“
To deliver a quality viewing experience for fans worldwide, StreamAMG is providing a new video-first website based on the StreamPlay framework as part of an end-to-end solution. Infront Moto Racing will take advantage of the MediaPlatform to orchestrate live delivery and the award-winning CloudMatrix system to automate on-demand content curation and distribution. In addition, Cleeng will manage e-commerce activities on MXGP-TV and provide customer support with anything MXGP-TV related.
Hugo Sharman, chief executive officer at StreamAMG, said: “We’re thrilled to be working with Infront Moto Racing to power MXGP-TV. Their team has have done a fantastic job in taking the sport directly to fans and we’re looking forward to developing and growing the service further over the next few years.”