Innovative fan entertainment and engagement technology to be utilized by New Jersey Devils at Prudential Center for tonight’s Stanley Cup playoffs.
KANSAS CITY – With the Stanley Cup playoffs returning to Prudential Center tonight, Game Changer MVP announced today that its “Flashpoint” technology will be implemented and utilized for the venue’s entertainment. The latest innovation from Game Changer MVP, “Flashpoint” is designed to engage crowds in a new, fun and distinctive fashion, working within team apps to utilize the flashlight strobe function, video display and vibration on smartphones. The technology was first announced and utilized last week at Amalie Arena in Tampa Bay, Fla. for the start of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
“We’re thrilled to continue to roll out the latest technology in fan entertainment,” said Matt Coy, executive vice president and general manager of Game Change MVP. “With ‘Flashpoint’ we look forward to providing fans with a truly immersive gameday experience.”
Flashpoint connects fans and audiences through a unified flash and video display on their own devices. As an ideal and cost-effective opportunity for sports franchises and other entertainment venues to engage their audiences, Flashpoint’s technology syncs user devices in-venue with stadium video displays, LED ribbons and music. Through Game Changer MVP’s custom software linked inside the team app, thousands of fans can share their team’s pride all together in a unified fashion, generating moments of excitement in a flash with the latest innovation in event entertainment.
More information on Game Changer MVP’s “Flashpoint” technology can be found here at GCMVP.com.
About Game Changer MVP
Elevating the game in fan entertainment and engagement, Game Changer MVP is the industry leader in branded sports entertainment, interactive gaming and innovative marketing. Its innovative software is used by over 70 teams, including professional sports franchises in Major League Baseball, the National Football League, the National Basketball Association and National Hockey League, as well as NCAA Division I athletics.