TSI World: Technology partner sponsor of the Bracknell Bees, includes taking an active part in the AVSS Schools Zone Programme.

TSI World: Technology partner sponsor of the Bracknell Bees, includes taking an active part in the AVSS Schools Zone Programme.

TSI World are delighted to announce their continued sponsorship of the Berkshire Cycles Bracknell Bees into the 2019/2020 season

Having upgraded the software used on game nights used on the large score screen above the ice rink, TSI World will also continue to sponsor enhancements to game night experience as well as the continued main sponsorship for the team’s YouTube channel BEES TV.

Plans are to enhance the game night experience at the Hive to be an immersive multimedia experience. Additional software features and experiences will be added to make it even more exciting for game times and the intervals.

Bees Head Coach Doug Sheppard said; “There’s a lot to be excited about for the rest of this season and going into next season, we fully intend to continue to improve the game night experience. By the beginning of next season, the screens will no longer limited to just the scoreboard but you’ll be able to watch videos and more during the intervals. We’ll be adding more and more as the season goes on.”

In addition to providing the IT software support and expertise, TSI world will also be taking an active part in the highly popular AVSS Schools Zone. The Schools Zone has been launched this season and will continue into next season.

TSI World Managing Director, Graeme Bower said; “Ice hockey is a great part of the local community in Bracknell and the Bees recognise that schools are at the heart of the community. The Schools Programme isn’t just about bringing children to the games. A key part of the programme is the Bees visiting the schools too. Doug and his team are out and about in the community meeting local school children, giving talks on ice hockey, sport, nutrition, well- being, respect and more. We are proud to support the Bees, their community programme and the Bracknell Community at large”

 

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