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When it comes to the broadcasting of their favourite team’s matches, Bangladesh cricket fans expect nothing but the best. The picture quality, graphics, and statistical presentation of every Bangladesh game remain under the microscope of the viewers.
At times, fans portray their dissatisfaction due to some technological errors during the telecast of a match. However, there has been a significant improvement in this regard, courtesy of the state-of-the-art equipment from the broadcasters being used in the Tigers’ ongoing home series against New Zealand.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has enhanced the quality of coverage with the production partner Real Impact, who has been running the show from the backstage for some time now.
The broadcasters seem to be committed to introducing all the latest technology for production and have brought in some changes recently to uplift their standards in the series.
The production introduced the Drone Augmented Reality (AR) graphics, Talus Tagger which enables the stats of the cricketer to be displayed on screen above his head.
Real Impact also introduced Talus Radar (Field Plot) technology which shows team field placement during the match, providing added information for the viewers.
“Every time we try to bring something new to our viewers across the world. And the ongoing series between Bangladesh and New Zealand is no exception. We have introduced some of the latest technologies in graphical presentation and it has been appreciated by anyone who is watching the match,” Real Impact managing director Rajiv Sabharwal told the media.
A lot of effort seems to have gone into producing a cricket spectacle as the broadcasting crews from Australia, the UK, Canada, Sri Lanka, India, and also from Bangladesh have been working relentlessly for the viewers to enjoy a smoother experience.