TGI has developed a portfolio of technological solutions and software platforms whose purpose is to enable you to generate additional income. The digital flexibility these assets provide allows rights holders to create potential new digital rights and encourage fan interactions.

Acquiring TGI technology means partnering with one of the world leaders in the digital sports application market. Since 1997, TGI has been working with rights holders to continually improve digital stadium broadcasting and communication solutions.

When FIFA switched from scrolling signage to LED signage systems during the 2009 Confederations Cup and the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, they turned to TGI to manage this process.

TGI is currently on its third consecutive three-year contract with UEFA managing more than 150 annual Champions League matches.

In 2017, TGI delivered the largest LED signage project ever, bringing 30 LED perimeter systems to life in French National Rugby League stadiums in the space of two months. TGI also operates it.

Some will say they can do it, we are already doing it, and have been since 1997.

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