Spanish LaLiga football club Atlético Madrid has selected digital signage, IPTV and video-streaming solutions company Tripleplay to implement its technology at the new Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.

The 68,000-capacity venue in Madrid is set to open in September, and has been designed to meet high standards of visibility, comfort and security for fans.

More than 300 screens of Tripleplay digital signage will be delivered on LG’s WebOS system-on-chip solution, with a further 500 screens of IPTV to be deployed through Tripleplay’s IPTV portal.

The digital signage and live TV streams will work alongside the stadium’s other technology platforms, ensuring that the club has engaging digital media.

Carlos Amoros, Tripleplay’s general manager, Europe, said: “Tripleplay has deployed its technology at some of the world’s biggest and best known stadia, working with our clients to deliver a solution worthy of their venue.

“At Atlético de Madrid we will deliver a modern, engaging and professional solution to match the design of the incredible new Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.

“To be selected for such a prestigious project is a great validation of our solution and again shows why Tripleplay has become the industry’s preferred choice for a professional Digital Signage and IPTV solution.”

Tripleplay’s digital signage and IPTV platform has already been deployed across the globe at venues including Wimbledon AELTA, Twickenham Stadium, Croke Park, Daytona International Speedway and The SSE Arena, Belfast and at Chelsea FC, Spartak Moscow, Manchester City, Chicago Cubs and Fenerbahce SK.

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