World Cup Qualifier Online Broadcast Extremely Successful

Tuesday, October 13th 2009

England Ukraine Football Game Online Broadcast a Big SuccessThe recently held England Ukraine World Cup qualifier game's online broadcast has been described as extremely successful by the online sports broadcasting firm behind it.


The online broadcasting company, Perform has commented that not one technical problem was reported during the World Cup qualifier match. Even as the favourites for the match England received a one nil drubbing at the hands of minnows Ukraine away from home, the event was found to be a reasonable success.


Meanwhile, a post match study brought to light the expectation that in the near future itself, eighty nine per cent of game watchers would view a sports event through the broadband service.


Another significant fact disclosed by the study was that nine people out of ten that watched the game claimed that the quality of the broadcast was more than satisfactory. The most significant remark came from ninety three per cent of viewers that the customer service availed to them was extremely delightful.


Meanwhile, Perform's executive chairman, Andrew Croker stated that the online sports broadcasting event was nothing less than a groundbreaking project.


He added that it was only because of the synergistic efforts of the UK broadband providers, book makers and the national newspapers, they could extend this event to a wide audience, turning it into a great success.

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