Ooredoo will be the lead sponsor for the sixth edition of Qatar’s World Stadium Congress, set to take place in Doha from tromorrow to May 19 at the Westin Doha Hotel & Spa.
The World Stadium Congress, which is organised in partnership with the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, aims to discuss the importance of the design and delivery of world-class sporting infrastructure around the world.
At this year’s event, Ooredoo will demonstrate the progress being made on developing “smart stadium” solutions for venues that will host major sporting events, and help make Qatar a leading sporting destination.
Ooredoo will hold a 20-minute innovator session at the Congress, which will cover the company’s guidance on how to architect effective partnership models for mega tournaments, in order to deliver an amazing stadium experience for fans and all other stakeholders.
Part of the company’s vision is to utilise the Ooredoo Supernet to take sports into the future of immersive media, meaning it will no longer matter what seat people have in the stadium. Thanks to the company’s solutions, it aims to provide a service that enables users to watch live replays from multiple angles, check the latest stats and use their mobile device to have a more exciting and interactive experience.
The World Stadium Congress will have a host of discussions, panels, presentations, networking and educational opportunities for participants. This year’s event is set to be the biggest ever, with world-leading architects, solution providers and stadium operation consultants attending from around the world.
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