Australia's National Basketball League relies on LiveU encoders

Cloud-based online workflow used to cover over 900 NBL1 live games across Australia

For the first time, the National Basketball League (NBL) of Australia has succeeded in live streaming every state basketball game, significantly increasing the popularity of NBL1, Australia's professional semi-elite basketball league in a year impacted by the pandemic.

Source: LiveU

This is due to the deployment of LiveU Solo wireless video encoders at arenas across Australia, using LiveU's cloud platform to stream to online video platforms, enabling fans to watch over 900 NBL1 live games, including final matches and highlights, and follow their favorite teams and players. The cloud-based remote production was powered by Australian broadcast services company, 5stream, online production platform, Cloudmix, and with LiveU's local partner, Pacific Live Media, providing the Solo solution and local technical support.
 
There were over 733,000 game views across the 2021 NBL1 season with over 16.2 million total minutes watched of NBL1 live streams. That success also translated to social media where the NBL1 Instagram page had over 3.36 million video views during the season, all using the vision generated from LiveU Solo.
 
The LiveU Solo video solution provides wireless live streaming, directly from cameras or other video sources to popular online platforms or any customizable web destinations utilizing LiveU's Solo cloud platform. By combining bandwidth from multiple network connections, LiveU Solo offers the highest levels of video quality and reliability required for live video production with reduced costs.

NBL1 is a semi-professional basketball league in Australia, consisting of South, North, Central and West Conferences with both men's and women's competitions. Each conference is run by their respective state governing body, with the league including 58 clubs from Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia, South Australia, Tasmania and New South Wales.

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