Experience first-hand the DBR technology currently used in La Liga to broadcast eight regional sets of perimeter advertising for the same match globally at 36 Real Madrid C.F. and F.C. Barcelona away matches.

With a demonstration set-up the iconic H will be installed, at the main entrance, outside, by Fulham Road. The entrance via the Tube.

Sports marketing agency Project11’s successful business model encompassing its La Liga division and holding rights to sell the perimeter advertising, will be present in collaboration with Supponor, the creators of DBR, showcasing the first LED DBR system, manufactured by stadium technology specialists ADI.

With an expansion in La Liga to cover all Atlético Madrid F.C. matches in the 2018/19 season and more leagues considering this game-changing technology, this is a great opportunity to see DBR in situ, rather than through watching the broadcasts on tv.

CEO of Supponor, James Gambrell, said: “Supponor’s ground-breaking virtual replacement technology solutions was first deployed and now in its fourth season in LaLiga in partnership with Mediapro. Project11 has been a supporter from the earliest days and in conjunction with Mediapro has literally taught the world how to deliver high impact brand communications targeted at regional and local audiences with highly relevant and compelling fan worthy content. We are looking forward to many more years working in partnership as the technology continues to evolve and expand across new markets and other sports around the world”

Partner at Project11, Scott Taylor, said: “To allow our current and future betting clients to experience the technology first-hand is an invaluable opportunity. The current relationships we have with football clubs, and leagues, and in turn with Supponor, delivers the model for the future in world football. With more leagues paying attention, Project11 are leading the way in this field with a proven track record to deliver new revenue streams and reliable products in association with this pioneering technology. The growth prospect is immense.”

Geraint Williams, CEO of ADI, said: “As an investor in Supponor, who’s augmented reality technology is changing the commercial landscape in sport, we’re delighted to be supporting their roll out of LED virtual advertising. Supponor’s DBR Live platform is the only broadcast quality virtual replacement technology that is proven commercially, and we’re excited about its further deployment in world sport.”

COO of SBC events, Paul Mills, said: “This is an incredible, highly visual addition to the show. One which though this technology can apportion an element of the betting industry advertising spend now in La Liga and who knows the parameters in the future.”
About Supponor

Supponor pioneered and is the clear market leader in delivering virtual replacement technology of TV-visible signage for real-time broadcast and streaming of in-venue sports advertising. Our advanced technology delivers the most powerful and impactful brand activation in the broadcast sport by integrating powerful augmented reality overlays with traditional broadcast quality solutions. This dramatically enhances the value of media and marketing rights for mass-audience sporting events for sports rights holders and their brand sponsor and broadcast partners.

Supponor has commercially deployed its virtual advertising replacement solutions at hundreds of live broadcast events across 10 major broadcast territories in co-operation with a broad range of market stakeholders in Football, Ice Hockey, F1, American Football, Basketball, and others Tier 1 Sports.
About ADI

ADI are specialists in large audience communication, ADI are one of Europe’s leading names in sports venue fan engagement platforms. Having pioneered stadium LED in UK football, the company has gone on to lead the stadium LED market, developing the world’s first Virtual Hybrid LED system. Beyond football, ADI provide technical solutions for some of the world’s leading events, including The Tour de France, The Virgin London Marathon and Royal Ascot; for global brands, including Coca-Cola, Nike and BMW; and for hundreds of smaller events each year.