Istanbul Backgammon Tournament, the largest e-sports tournament in Turkey aimed to give motivation for Istanbul city people at Covid lockdown from July to August and broke Guinness World Records.
Participation in the tournament was free and participants all around the world could join the tournament by downloading the Backgammon Stars game to their phone or tablet via Google Play or Apple store. During the tournament month, participants passed from preliminary, qualifying, and to the final rounds. Our team answered the questions participants had for the Tournament on our Youtube Page in engaging, fun, and interactive content. We reached out to the news media and partnered with respected public figures such as the anchorwoman Burcu Esmersoy, the footballers Alex de Souza, and Fernando Muslera, and the NBA basketball player Cedi Osman. We made public announcements and showed their support for the tournament. Also, celebrities from United States to Russia, from Turkey to Colombia announced the tournament. We have donated revenue to help stray animals that live on the streets.
Anti-Panic is a virtual platform, whose task is to showcase crisis solutions explained by an interdisciplinary group of leaders sharing information & motivation critical to right decision making.
Key elements were
#3 CHAMBERS: 1.Leaders & Public chamber. 2. Essential 100 room – leaders whose work has significant economical, social, or scientific impact. 3. Speakers.
#INTERACTIVITY – each chamber has a different level of interactivity access allowing polling, engaging in debate, or steering the conversation topic.
#TECH – we combined several powerful tools into one state of the art virtual platform. The main elements are Zoom for AV access, Media server Ventuz for 3D realtime distribution, Sli.do for interactivity and Youtube,FB and LI for community management and live streaming.
#ART – we have employed 3D artists and illustrators to create brand new environments on the WEB and in the VIRTUAL to achieve max. engagement, convey given messaging and attract attention.
This setup allowed many News to stream our program on their homepage. The platform is solution oriented, therefore speakers, reporters, or schools re-shared the program and contributed to the positive thinking.
Due to Pandemic quarantine Dance Academy Prague asked us to create Pop-up virtual Dance Studio for students and over 2000 households to experience over 100 classes from the safety of their homes.
In order to ensure 2-way audio-visual communication between 12 teachers and about 20 students of each of the 8 classes & public clients, we deployed a Website combining Zoom entry, Ko-fi donation button & FB / IG channels.
Every student, or public client could access the class from the comfort of their home and was attended by the teacher seeing whether the movement is done properly, or the student needs correction, more motivation, or even video pin the student to show a good example.
The program gained massive popularity also because there were no proximity limitations (parents didn’t have to drive their kids). Another element was the fact that shy kids who would never go to the studio could now practice with their camera off but still be part of the class and chat with others.
We covered the costs by bringing on a partner T-Mobile who boosted our connectivity and created an additional campaign to invite every dance fan in the country that suffered from quarantine lockdown.
2-day event for industry and business world with employees, employers and public institution, with live broadcasts and AR technology, 50 C-level guests attending physically in the same location.
The forum, focused on the Future of Work topic, should have taken place in an environment where we should use tomorrow’s technology in the most effective way due to the pandemic. For this reason, we have integrated the augmented reality technology into the forum that we organized physically last year in order to execute in the most realistic way this year. Each session was broadcast live over the digital studio, and we used advanced real-time ‘compositing’ tools and special keying technology in digital studios with the Zero Density software prefered in professional channels used in the game world, and prepared advanced AR visuals for different sessions. In this way, we increased the expression power of the speakers. In addition, we created a special mobile application for this event and we kept the attention of the participants alive like a physical event by sending regular notifications to the participants through this application, organizing surveys, competitions and gamifications.
A digital marathon event from 07.00 till 23.00 to reach the Dutch population and raise millions for the victims of Beirut because of the explosion that ruined lives, houses and dreams of so many.
When raising money for a disaster, time is your enemy. Attention and awareness quickly fade away. Due to COVID, preferred producer Public Broadcaster NPO couldn’t deliver the traditional way. As an event agency (though packed with TV experience), we decided to do it the unconventional way:
Our approach was to develop, produce and distribute 17 hours of – COVID Proof – live content in 96 hours, with a digital infrastructure. This way we could record and broadcast through the Giro555 platform and at the same time edit and distribute radio, tv and social content in one studio
How do you get people to care and give when COVID is turning their houses, lives and dreams upside down? Our creative idea ‘Let Beirut rise in Dutch hearts’, connects that emotion to people in Beirut who lost houses, lives and dreams. Lebanese people in the Netherlands tell the stories of resilience from a country that will rise from the rubbles. As sung in their national song ‘Li Beirut’ which became our theme song
“The Heart of Jazz” was created during Covid, from an idea of Blue Note Milano (part of Casta Diva Group) in collaboration with Huawei, JVC, Extra with the aim of bringing great music to those at home
An innovative, live experience that, thanks to the Huawei Video streaming platform, allowed users to immerse themselves in the cosy atmosphere of the Blue Note and to experience a live concert and its emotions directly from home. The star of the concert was Paolo Fresu Devil Quartet, presented by Nick The Nightfly, artistic director of the club. During the concert, donations to Italian Red Cross were made to thank those who lived the difficult months of the pandemic on the front line. A concrete way to celebrate the 8th of May, the World Red Cross Day and the Red Crescent.
The concert was broadcast full HD live streaming on the Huawei Video platform, in Italy and 11 countries where this was available: Spain, France, Germany, UK, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Poland, Turkey and Russia, because music has no borders, neither physical nor geographical.