Get the best seat in the house: Samsung and Essendon FC captain create AFL Game Analyser for footie fans.
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Game Analyser is a video-on-demand service offers footy fans watch (and rewatch!) any game from the 2010/2011 season.
And good news – the revamped app is free to download from Telstra’s BigPond IPTV service for Samsung’s new Smart sets, joining movies, sports and other streamed channels.
The games are available on Analyser withing 12 hours of play, Samsung also confirmed.
Essendon FC captain Jobe Watson collaborated with Samsung on the AFL app, which was first released last year and got a massive response from fans.
Viewers can watch a full game or just select highlights, which can all be watched in HDTV, using the remote control.
“With games available within 12 hours of being played, the BigPond AFL Game Analyser app gives footy fans the best seat in the house,” says Brad Wright from Samsung Audio Visual division.
“They can now interact with every aspect of the game, relive game-changing moments, argue with their friends over umpire decisions and celebrate a game’s highs and lows.”
“The BigPond AFL Game Analyser on Samsung’s SMART TVs is an exciting service for die-hard footy fans who want to get even closer to the game,” said co-creator and Bombers captain Jobe Watson at the the launch yesterday.
Also in attendance at the launch was by Essendon players Mark McVeigh and Michael Hurley.
Footy fans can also interact with each other during the game via Facebook and Twitter with Samsung’s ‘Social TV’ tool.
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