ProWire® and Florida Panthers® Announce Exclusive “Goldiecast” Powered by Real-Time Stats and Analytics

“We’re excited to work with Goldie on this new initiative, which complements the Panthers’ focus on real-time statistics and analytics,” said Gordon Sumner, CEO of ProWire. “As broadcasting becomes more analytical with the availability of real-time stats, we see a great opportunity to deliver differentiated content to fans on-site.”

About ProWire:

The real-time audio stream for match fans.

ProWire’s patented CrowdFlex® The streaming technology – the world’s first real-time, high-density broadcast system – can be easily deployed in any venue using its existing fan-oriented Wi-Fi or 5G infrastructure. From broadcast commentary to live player mics, ProWire delivers high-quality, real-time audio to an unlimited number of concurrent users in a given location. ProWire can be integrated into existing rights holder fan engagement apps and is available on iOS and Android.

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About the Florida Panthers:

The Florida Panthers entered the National Hockey League in 1993, becoming one of the most successful freshman expansion teams in NHL history. In just their third season, the Panthers memorably reached the 1996 Stanley Cup Finals during their ‘Year of the Rat’ run as fans of South Florida littered the ice with rubber rats to celebrate goals and victories. In 1998, the Panthers moved from Miami Arena to their current home in Sunrise, Florida.FLA Live Arena, where the club won two division titles (2011-12 and 2015-16), hosted the NHL Draft twice (2001 and 2015) and the NHL All-Star Game in 2003. FLA Live Arena will also host the next 2023 NHL All-Star Game, welcoming top talent from across the league to South Florida. Owner Directed Vincent J. Viola since September 2013, the organization has focused on building a winning culture in South Florida while keeping the focus on the investment and the time spent in South Florida Community. Under the general manager Bill Zitothe Panthers have grown into a fast, dynamic and exciting team with team captain and 2020-21 Frank J. Selke Trophy recipient Aleksander Barkov, elite young point guards Jonathan Huberdeau, Sam Reinhart, Sam Bennett, Antoine Duclair and Carter Verhaegheloyal defenders Aaron Ekblad and MacKenzie Weegartwo-time recipient of the Vézina Trophy Sergei Bobrovsky and a comprehensive roster of proven and up-and-coming NHL talent. The Panthers established themselves as one of the NHL’s top offensive teams in 2021-22, entering the All-Star Break atop the league standings in goals scored and points earned, while Jonathan Huberdeau beat all skaters in assists and points. The Cats have also established themselves as one of the best home teams in the league, taking advantage of the South Florida faithful to make FLA Live Arena one of the most imposing sports environments.


Lance B. Holton