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JANUARY 23, 2015

As demonstrated last summer with fans’ record rate of multiscreen content consumption during the FIFA World Cup, large-scale sports events require much more than just a high-quality linear telecast these days.

JANUARY 22, 2015

A.C. and Sir C.C., Moondog and Fred and other favorite Cavs personalities look mighty spiffy in a bow tie, but WHO wears the stylish fashion accessory the best? That’s for fans to decide when they cast their vote in the Cavs and University of Toledo’s “Tie One On” Bracket Bow Tie Challenge in support of prostate cancer awareness.

JANUARY 14, 2015

Rugby is going high-tech with the release of a dedicated app for its biggest international competition.

The Rugby World Cup is one of the largest sporting events in the world, with 80 countries competing for 20 berths. The eighth cup, which is set to begin Sept. 18, 2015, in London, is expected to attract viewers in 205 countries. To start the pre-tournament buildup, the award-winning digital consulting firm Omnigon released the 2015 Rugby World Cup mobile app to begin the mobile digital experience.

JANUARY 14, 2015

Omnigon, the New-York based digital consulting firm that is quickly establishing itself as the go-to for sports second screen app development, has announced the release of the official 2015 Rugby World Cup mobile app.

The app is now available on iOS and Android smartphones and the tablet version will be released ahead of the tournament – which takes place in September. For now, the app allows fans to receive World Rugby news, takes quizzes, and view video content. Later iterations will be designed to enhance the in-stadium experience.

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