Buccaneers to debut advanced HD video system at home opener


Following the completion of the second stage of a more than US$140m multiphase renovation, Raymond James Stadium now boasts a technologically advanced HD video system, as announced on the team’s website.

Named BV6 – short for BucVision to the sixth power – it comprises two 9,600ft² boards on the north and south ends of the stadium, and four 2,300ft² HD tower walls. With more than 31,000ft² of video display space, BV6 ranks as the third-largest video board system in the NFL.

The four video tower walls, located in each corner of the stadium, have the ability to operate collectively or independent of each other, to provide fans with a completely immersive and first-of-its-kind viewing experience. Fans will have access to real-time fantasy sports statistics, live recaps of action from around the NFL, social media applications such as Twitter and Instagram, and Buccaneers stats.

Raymond James Stadium will now be the first NFL venue capable of simultaneously presenting up to three separate replay angles for the most important plays during Bucs games. Where most stadium replays available today are limited to one or possibly two angles, BV6 will bring fans in all stadium viewing areas closer to the action than ever before. The replays will be displayed on the main end zone boards and both corner tower displays on each end of the field.

“With its innovative video technology, BV6 will completely change the in-game experience for fans at Raymond James Stadium,” says Buccaneers chief operating officer Brian Ford.

“No other NFL stadium has the technology to match the nearly limitless options which BV6 offers for providing fans the ultimate gameday viewing experience.”

September 22, 2016

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