Eurosport has launched a new version of Eurosport Player, the channel’s Video on Demand service which is available on PC, tablet, mobile and TV.
The update comes ahead of Le Mans 24 Hours and means subscribers will enjoy an improved viewing experience for a summer of sporting action which includes the Tour de France, FIFA Women’s World Cup, and the US Open.
New functions of the Eurosport Player that users will be able to access for Le Mans 24 Hours and future events include second screen content (stats, news, Tweets), multiple camera access and the ability to re-live the best moments of the race with highlights and catch-up features, as well as live controls with 3 hours DVR.
“Eurosport Player, the home of Eurosport TV online, provides unlimited access to live streaming of Eurosport’s channels, bonus channels and second screen experiences on any device in 14 languages throughout 52 markets,” said Arnaud Maillard, VP Digital Media, Discovery Networks International & Eurosport.
“Le Mans 24 Hours is one of our flagship events and the perfect opportunity to showcase the new Eurosport Player with unprecedented coverage of the event, with a simple interface and more intuitive content discovery for an immersive and extensive bespoke live experience, anytime and on any device.”