SIS takes its Stream platform to Sri Lanka for the first time

Paul WittenSIS has taken its SIS Stream platform, launched in conjunction with Sporting Times, to Sri Lanka for the first time. This continues a two decade-long relationship between the two companies, which began with satellite distribution in the early 1990’s.

The deal will allow for customisable high definition content to be shown in shops through SIS’ low latency IPTV streaming network. In addition to SIS’ own IPTV channels, the fully scalable SIS Stream platform allows Sporting Times to distribute third party content to its retail estate.

Paul Witten, SIS Commercial Director, said: “We’re delighted to be able to bring SIS Stream to Sri Lanka for the first time through our long-term partners Sporting Times. Our flexible, low latency IPTV service allows operators to offer shop content globally, even to regions traditionally unreachable via other distribution methods.”

A spokesperson from Sporting Times, added: “We have been happy customers of SIS for over 20 years and we’re delighted to start a new chapter in our relationship. We can now offer even more content to our customers, thanks to SIS’ innovative streaming platform. It’s a real game changer.”

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Paul Witten will be appearing on the ‘In-Play time – User engagement in live betting environments’ panel at Betting on Sports!

SIS has also been confirmed as an Event Sponsor for the conference on September 15 & 16.

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