Sony brings football matches to PSPs via the S.PORT

Sony's S.PORT - Image 1Here’s a bit of good news for all you sports-lovin’ Arsenal stadium fans. Sony is out to bring you them much-awaited football matches all the way from Highbury and onto your PSPs.

The technology being developed for it is S.PORT. What this will basically do is allow you to access a wireless feed so you can see replays, stats and other game scores. As it is still in its prototype stage, there are obviously still a lot of issues to deal with, such as the question on whether or not S.PORT will be made workable with other devices. Also still under consideration is whether its accessibility will only be limited within the stadium or even outside of it, as well as which particular games you can utilize S.PORT.

Be that as it may, a beta test for the said program is already in the works, which promises to cater to about 4,000 Arsenal fans. Apart from this, Eric Siereveld, Director of Retail Transport Venues at Sony, reassures that the service won’t be exclusive to the Arsenal stadium alone. “It could be used at any stadium around the UK, or even a golf match where it is sometimes hard to see the ball flying through the air.”

S.PORT is set to get the ball rolling by the end of 2007.

Via Pocket-lint

Sony's S.PORT - Image 1Here’s a bit of good news for all you sports-lovin’ Arsenal stadium fans. Sony is out to bring you them much-awaited football matches all the way from Highbury and onto your PSPs.

The technology being developed for it is S.PORT. What this will basically do is allow you to access a wireless feed so you can see replays, stats and other game scores. As it is still in its prototype stage, there are obviously still a lot of issues to deal with, such as the question on whether or not S.PORT will be made workable with other devices. Also still under consideration is whether its accessibility will only be limited within the stadium or even outside of it, as well as which particular games you can utilize S.PORT.

Be that as it may, a beta test for the said program is already in the works, which promises to cater to about 4,000 Arsenal fans. Apart from this, Eric Siereveld, Director of Retail Transport Venues at Sony, reassures that the service won’t be exclusive to the Arsenal stadium alone. “It could be used at any stadium around the UK, or even a golf match where it is sometimes hard to see the ball flying through the air.”

S.PORT is set to get the ball rolling by the end of 2007.

Via Pocket-lint

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