Global online streaming platform MyCujoo have confirmed they will deliver a workshop for attendees at the Futsal Insights Conference in Manchester on 2nd March 2019. They will explain how MyCujoo can support futsal clubs, federations and competitions in increasing their exposure and monetise the sport's growing audience.
MyCujoo will be represented by Paulo Benaim who is responsible for developing partnerships within the European region. MyCujoo enables anyone to easily livestream their content through a combination of low costs of production and state-of-the art quality and technology to build their communities.
Through their platform, giving a worldwide audience access to your matches can be achieved with as little as a mobile phone and wi-fi connection. Currently more than 95% of worldwide sports content is not available to view remotely and MyCujoo is determined to change that. They have already streamed games from over 50 futsal competitions worldwide including The FA National Futsal League in England.
They recently entered into a partnership with the international governing body of hockey to launch FIH.live, a free online platform for hockey fans to follow the sport and its competitions. This groundbreaking relationship works on a revenue sharing agreement with FIH not paying anything for a service which will grow the audience for hockey. There is a clear opportunity for other sports to replicate this.
To get the opportunity to learn how you and futsal can benefit from MyCujoo’s technology, reserve your place now and make sure you are there in Manchester on the 2nd March. Tickets can be purchased here with early bird tickets currently remaining on sale.
Click here to see some highlights from futsal that has been shown on MyCujoo