OUR SCOREBOARD DISPLAYS DESIGNED ESPECIALLY FOR HIGH-LEVEL BASKETBALL
Organised by the Greek Basket League, the All Star Game took place in Patras on the 11 February 2018. .
A tradition that dates back to 1991, the classic mid-season game of the Greek basketball league returns this year after a 3-year hiatus. The event, which is part of the Greek Basketball Festival, pits a team of Greek players against a team of international players, as well as comprising slam dunk and 3-point shootout competitions.
The Menora Mivtachim Arena, located in the Yad Eliyah quarter of Tel-Aviv, is the region's biggest covered arena. The arena regularly hosts sports and cultural events, as well as international and local.
To add excitement to its sports competitions, the arena was equipped with an LED Video Cube, which displays the necessary information for the matches and announcements on 4 sides.
Built in 2002, the Palais omnisport "Les Arènes in Metz" is equipped with a large multi-purpose space with more than 4,500 seats and eight sports halls. The Metz Arena hosts large competitions on a regular basis, such as the 2017 World Handball Championship, in addition to major cultural events (concerts, performances, etc.).
The Pau Palais des Sports is a multisportsarena, essentially dedicated to basketball. In its basketball configuration, the Palais des Sports offers a capacity of 7,707 numbered seats, split between the bleachers, the side boxes, the front boxes, the angle boxes, the presidential stand and the press box. It is the home of the three times Coupe de France winner Elan Béarnais Pau-Lacq-Orthez basketball club.
To rev up its sports hall and offer a better visual experience for its fans, the club has installed a Bodet LED Video Cube. The arena also has a specially-designed basketball scoreboard as well as possession time displays.
Organised by the Fédération Internationale of basketball (FIBA), the European Basketball Championship is a tournament held every 4 years.
The 40th edition recently took place across several countries including Finland, Israel, Turkey and Romania. Once again this year, Bodet contributed its expertise in sports timing systems by equipping 3 of the 5 halls with its 24-second displays and its score display software: Videosport, which has been utilised by major basketball teams.