The PGA EuroPro Tour is ecstatic to announce a new and exciting partnership with Live Sport Now that will see the final two hours of the Cubefunder Shootout broadcasted live across an array of our social media channels on May 27.
This will mark the first time that the EuroPro Tour will be broadcasted live professionally and we are excited to unveil this for our fans scattered across the world.
We will be livestreaming on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn and TikTok, so please ensure you are following us on the relevant social platforms.
Live Sport Now will broadcast the final two hours of the tournament live, with viewers able to catch up with the action on each social channel if they are unable to watch live.
Video footage of the event will be edited into smaller clips to also be published across all of our social channels.
This is a landmark moment in the PGA EuroPro Tour’s history, and we are delighted to be able to bridge the gap between the tour and its fans.
Ian Waterhouse, Founder of Live Sport Now, is happy to bring the PGA EuroPro Tour into his growing list of clients.
“We are delighted to be heading to Harleyford with the EuroPro Tour to broadcast the final day’s action live.
“I have followed the tour closely over the years and believe together we can create even more excitement and publicity for the EuroPro Tour through our live coverage across social media – it is going to be huge.”
Dan Godding, CEO of the PGA EuroPro Tour, recalls the moment when he realised how successful streaming could be.
“I was at Leven Links during the final day of The Motocaddy Masters when Jack South decided to put on an absolute and unbelievable exhibition of golf.
“We started streaming the closing stretch and the viewers continued to grow and grow. We know that the introduction of Live Sport Now will bring fans even closer to the action, helping us grow our audience globally – which is fundamentally important for us as a tour.”
Live Sport Now
Live Sport Now broadcasts an array of sports that include golf, motorsport, handball and football.
The company generate views, engagement, reach and excitement across social media in sporting environments.
Each livestream is broadcasted to social channels like Facebook, Twitter, Twitch, LinkedIn, TikTok and YouTube.
They don’t exclusively work in live events however, as they are also a media agency offering media training for aspiring sporting professionals.
Their entire catalogue includes live coverage, social media management, PR athlete management and promotion – all under the Live Sport Now name.
If you would like more information, you can visit their website here.