WATERLOO, ON – Feb 7, 2020
HockeyTech and the Southern Professional Hockey League announced their multi-year partnership today for the broadcasting of all games beginning with the 2020/2021 season on the SPHL TV platform.
The broadcast partnership marks the latest addition to HockeyTV’s growing network of 35 leagues and over 30,000 games broadcast each season on HockeyTV. The SPHL, and the SPHL TV Network will join HockeyTV’s Elite Network, a family of broadcast partners that play Hockey at an elite level.
“The Southern Professional Hockey League joins the growing list of elite hockey content for our all-access pass subscribers,” states HockeyTech CEO Stu Siegel, “Their content will give existing subscribers more value, and new fans an exciting new way to enjoy the games.”
“We are extremely excited to introduce HockeyTech as our new broadcast partner beginning this October,” added SPHL Commissioner Doug Price. “I am sure our fans are going to love SPHL TV and the enhanced viewing experience that will come with it.”
Fans can visit HockeyTV.com to see the full broadcast schedule from elite leagues all around North America.
HockeyTech (hockeytech.com) is the worldwide leader in providing hockey-related technologies, analytics, and information services. HockeyTech was founded in 2012 by Stu Siegel, a technology entrepreneur and former Florida Panthers (NHL) Managing Partner/CEO. HockeyTech has made six company acquisitions to date, integrating and developing one-of-a-kind hockey-focused tools. HockeyTech’s brands have been providing cutting-edge solutions for the hockey world since 1998.
HockeyTV is a streaming service that broadcasts hockey games live and on demand, with a library of over 150,000+ games. Fans can purchase subscription packages on a monthly or yearly basis to get unlimited access to HockeyTV’s extensive content library including approximately 300 regular season and playoff games for the SPHL that will be added annually.
About the Southern Professional Hockey League
The Southern Professional Hockey League is comprised of 10 members located throughout the Southeastern and Midwestern United States. Headquartered in Huntersville, North Carolina, the mission of the SPHL is to provide a quality family-friendly entertainment product structured inside an economic model that is viable for small and mid-size markets and arenas. For more information about the SPHL, visit the league’s website at www.thesphl.com