Our partnership with USA Hockey has been tremendous in driving new viewers to watch amateur hockey,
Brookline, Massachusetts (PRWEB) March 30, 2009
FASTHockey (http://video.fasthockey.com) announced today that the first segment of the USA Hockey National Championships was a resounding success and the next segment has gone off with a bang. "We couldn't be happier about the success of the Junior and Women's National Championships," said Marc Ruskin, President of FASTHockey, "We look forward to continuing to showcase American youth hockey to fans around the world."
In partnership with USA Hockey, FASTHockey is in the midst of streaming over 500 games from 5 different cities and 18 separate ice sheets. This unprecedented event showcases the power of the FASTHockey platform to deliver live streaming media around the world driving increasing viewership as the tournament continues.
FASTHockey also announced today that it will be streaming the 2009 Easton Skills Competition -- part of USA Hockey's National Championships -- live FOR FREE at http://video.fasthockey.com.
"FASTHockey has proven to be a tremendous partner not only in their ability to coordinate the people, equipment, and technology platform, but also in their ability to drive traffic to these online events." said Dave Fischer, Director, Media & Public Relations for USA Hockey.
FASTHockey has become known for its intense focus on amateur hockey and its ability to attract friends, families and fans to the feature rich online platform that allows users to watch up to four games at once. Additionally, they use a unique Game Credit system that allows viewers to achieve discounts as they buy more game credits.
"Our partnership with USA Hockey has been tremendous in driving new viewers to watch amateur hockey, " continued Ruskin, "we are excited to see new champions crowned over the next few days."
After completing the National Championships, FASTHockey will quickly shift gears as they get ready to stream all 17 games live from the Urban Plains Center in Fargo, ND for the IIHF World Under 18 Championship. Those games can also be seen live and on-demand by visiting: http://video.fasthockey.com.