LIGEN entertainment provides live productions for MagentaSport in the FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga
LIGEN entertainment has realised an abundance of live productions since the recommencement of the FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga at the end of May and the continuation of the Women’s German Cup. Further broadcasts will follow up until the end of the season on 28th June, all free to view on MagentaSport.de.
Although the season has already come to an end in Europe’s top women’s leagues, the German FA campaigned hard for a continuation of the German Women’s Bundesliga, resulting in the league returning to action on 29th May. Our broadcast of the opening match between VfL Wolfsburg and FC Cologne attracted significant media interest and was aired in over 15 countries.
In order to enable as many viewers as possible to follow the games, all remaining matches in the FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga will be freely available. Our broadcasts are viewable via livestream at magentasport.de as well in the MagentaSport app. LIGEN entertainment is present at three to four venues simultaneously every matchday and provides for a smooth and hitch-free production. Each stadium is occupied by a minimum six-strong team, in order to execute the broadcast using a three-camera live stream. In doing so, the team has been adhering to strict conditions and hygiene requirements, as are currently in place throughout Germany due to the coronavirus.
From these live, commentated broadcasts, highlight packages are then produced which can be seen on DFB-TV, Magenta Sport, Sportschau and Sportstudio, to name just a few outlets.
The remaining games this season will be played on Wednesday 17th June, Sunday 21st June and Wednesday 24th June before the big season finale arrives on Sunday 28th June. On this closing day, LIGEN entertainment will provide live coverage from the stadiums in Cologne, Jena, Potsdam and Frankfurt. These matches, as well as all other encounters, will be shown via livestream on www.magentasport.de and through the Magenta Sport app. This is the first time in the history of German women’s football that every game from the FLYERALARM Women’s Bundesliga will be available to watch live.