The Mutua Madrid Open partnered with leading telecom, Orange SA, and Emirates Airlines to bring fans a cutting-edge in-bowl experience with Brizi.
Fans were given the power to capture and share their excitement with the world, with more than 7,000 unique groups taking over 14,000 photos on BriziCam.
The 76ers are one of the oldest franchises in the NBA, currently playing their most successful season since 2011. With the anticipation of a great season, Brizi was brought in to help fans share game-day excitement, to drive new sponsorship revenue, and to answer data questions around fans in-venue.Read More
We’re giving back to the community! To stay on the ball, we keep track of important conferences and key events for business, sponsorship, & marketing professionals in sports. We decided to share this calendar with the world to help you stay on top of your game. Just head over to sportscalendar.brizicam.com and subscribe absolutely free!Read More
The Australian Open is an annual global entertainment destination that showcases the world’s top tennis athletes. For the second year in a row, the AO team integrated Brizi to delight fans, activate sponsors, and share insights.Read More
The US Open is one of the most technologically advanced tournaments in the world, placing a major priority on providing fans with a premium tournament experience. Brizi is proud to work with US Open again in 2017 after a successful 2016 partnership to fulfil this vision.Read More
The Portland Trail Blazers are known for having one of the top fanbases in the NBA. During the NBA Western Conference Series 1 Playoffs, they set their sights high to give their fans the best experience possible with Brizi.Read More
Fans expect to be fully engaged with the game-day experience from the moment they arrive in the parking lot, until the game is over. Currently, teams are doing an excellent job of creating buzz outside of the venue through tailgate parties and experiential activations. All of this buzz before fans get into the stadium is great, but how…Read More
“Change before you have to.”, as legendary CEO Jack Welsh has advised. The digital age is upon us, and sport sponsorship is rapidly evolving with it. Traditional sports sponsorship today amounts to $60 Billion globally, but less than 10% of that accounts for digital currently. To dive deeper into how this trend is happening, first it’s important to…Read More
With the inflow of new technologies every year and the many alternatives to experiencing games in-stadium, sports teams have found themselves in a constant race.Read More
Do you know the name of every fan that passes through your venue? Across the nation, teams are getting hit hard with the Mystery Fan Epidemic. There is an overwhelming amount of teams that know who buys the tickets, but DON’T actually know who’s attending their games. “On average, a ticket buyer buys 3 tickets” Randy…Read More