Guyanese streaming company FL Sport gets international accreditation
Guyanese sport-streaming company, FL Sport created history during the West Indies versus India T20 international matches at Providence by providing technical expertise for radio commentary.
Rights holders for radio commentary for the all format series in the Caribbean, Cut and Drive Network, contracted FL Sport to provide technical support, which was expertly done from the international venue and shared to radio stations around the Caribbean and Cricket West Indies’ official YouTube channel.
At the start of the Test series, FL Sport received the rights to air the radio commentary on its website, www.flsport.gy, which was also done for the ODIs and the T20Is.
There has been a shift from traditional radio to online radio and FL Sport became the first website to provide coverage of international cricket in Guyana.
Andrew Mason of Cut and Drive Network congratulated the technical team at Providence for the excellent job done for the second and third matches of the Kuhl Stylish Fans T20 International Series powered by Black and White, which afforded fans across the Region the opportunity to follow the action live from Providence.
Mason said it was the first time that an online company was engaged and he sees the collaboration being extended for a long time to come.
Chief Executive Officer of FL Sport, John Ramsingh welcomed the move and was proud to play such a pivotal role for fans around the world. The production over the two days, August 6 and 8, saw the return of a designated scorer for radio commentary.
On-air presenters included Jermaine Neblett, Naim Chan, Matthew Kissoon, Anthony Khemraj and Ramsingh. The technical team was led by Deodat Singh and included Sunil Ramlall and Lakeram Ramotar, while Seon Bovell was the statistician.
FL Sport is the local go-to company for the production of quality live stream of events, such as swimming, field hockey, football and cricket, while on the Regional front, they have executed productions for Cricket West Indies, including Men’s Regional Four-Day, Women’s Super50 and T20s. (FL Sport Press Release)