Sports and Live Events Video Delivery Services

In the world of live sport there are no second chances. Rights holders and broadcasters rely on Arqiva sports and events services to deliver every point, show every goal and capture every photo finish. It’s something we’ve been doing for decades.

Sports and Live Events Video Delivery Services

Sports and Live Events Video Delivery Services

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From conventional satellite downlink and fibre contribution to the latest OTT and cloud-based delivery models, we can take your content from anywhere and deliver it everywhere – with cost certainty, value and the highest levels of service.

Customer-first approach

More than anything, today’s rights holders, OTT providers and sports TV broadcasters need flexibility. Your managed services partner must be able to provide a solution that perfectly fits the needs of your event, your content acquisition and distribution model, and your audience.

You need a partner to work with you to co-create innovative new approaches and solutions as technologies evolve, and to instantly scale from single events to many simultaneous feeds across multiple seasons. By focusing on your challenges, not our products, that’s exactly what we do here at Arqiva.

Services overview

  • Customer-first service design and delivery
  • Fibre, internet and cloud acquisition and distribution
  • Global satellite downlinks
  • Flexible commercial models
  • Proven, resilient infrastructure
  • Robust monitoring and service levels
  • International reach and capability

Illustrating service delivery

Through our experience partnering with many of the world’s largest and most innovative sports media organisations, example use cases of the Arqiva sports and events services include:

  • OTT sports platform: Providing a hybrid workflow for tier 1 European content to support the customer’s cloud-first strategy – leveraging cutting-edge cloud services and well-established live event infrastructure
  • Pay TV Sports broadcaster in Africa: Developing self-service events system for huge scale and volume, aggregating content from all over the globe and reliably delivering to private peering points with a simple all-you-can-eat’ commercial model
  • US OTT service with international sports rights Implementing a cloud native workflow for the acquisition, processing and distribution of 24/7 European soccer channels, published on a major US rightsholder’s OTT app. Mitigating the need to traverse or utilise any domestic infrastructure, using a fully orchestrated solution that has been tried and tested for live event delivery

Arqiva sports and events service architecture diagram

Contact Arqiva

If you need a trusted and adaptable partner to take the complexity out of delivering live sports and events content to new audiences, get in touch. We’ll explore your options together.

To discuss how we can support your single or multi-event sports programme, speak to our experts. Email: sportsandevents@arqiva.com Telephone: 01962 823434

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