Over 90 connected stadiums, 70 ENG crews with HD cameras covering the whole Italian territory, up to 20 simultaneous matches produced, 1500+ games per year, all strictly live.

3zero2 TV the italian subsidiary of Euro Media Group, after an accurate feasibility study, has identified Streamstar as the supplier of most suitable remote production technology for the realization of a vast and complex remote production project, that brings live video streaming of all Lega Pro league matches to devoted football fans accross the country.

Llive video signals from the stadiums are received at a production center in Milan, where highlights and replay packages are produced in real time. At the same time the live streams are commented and enriched with graphics. Finally, the signals are distributed on various national and international digital platforms.

All live production work is done using 20 Streamstar systems in a control room with a dedicated Streamstar station assigned to each live game.

“When we were looking for a live streaming solution, no other manufacturer could help us achieve our ideal specification like STREAMSTAR.”

said Luciano Consigli, Director Technical & Operations at 3zero2tv.

“We’re very happy with our choice! It was clear from the outset that STREAMSTAR’s products are so much easier to use than any other systems on the market, within 15 minutes anyone can be trained up and using it.”

said Luciano Consigli, Director Technical & Operations at 3zero2tv.

“Our collaboration with 3zero2 is revolutionary. The combination of Streamstar’s unique technology and 3zero2’s professional expertise allows for the most professional and highest quality remote streaming video productions, delivered in real-time to millions of fans across Italy. The affiliation with a renowned and respectable league like Lega Pro will strengthens our position as the leading provider of live sports streaming solutions within the live streaming market, and we look forward to a long and prosperous relationship with the Italian football league.”

said Rado Toth, chief executive officer of STREAMSTAR.