Alamiya broadcasts first pro boxing event in KSA

Alamiya provided an integrated coverage team with two SNGs and one of its fully-crewed OB trucks to cover the Kingdom’s first professional boxing event to more than 40 regional and international broadcasters including MBC, KSA Sports and ESPN
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Saudi media and production company Alamiya was responsible for the global broadcast of the historic first championship boxing event held in the Kingdom.

The major event which was covered by Alamiya, has attracted a large audience for both global and domestic media broadcasters. The company also provided an integrated coverage team along with two SNGs and one of its fully-crewed OB trucks to cover the event.

Alamiya said the following high-quality equipment the broadcast of the event - one Jimmy Jib crane, one Ultra Slow Motion LDX 86 camera, 13 HD GrassValley cameras, a unit of Robotic camera, and five EVS XT3 replay systems.

Hosted on Sept. 29 in Saudi Arabia, one the biggest events of the year, the World Boxing Super Series: Muhammad Ali Trophy, was held at King Abdullah Sports City Hall in Jeddah.

The international event was organized by the General Sport Authority after an agreement signed between His Excellency Turki Al-Sheikh and an official from Comosa AG company in London last year.

In the main event contest, the British boxer Callum Smith ended Briton George Groves’ reign as WBA world super-middleweight champion with a stunning knockout in the seventh round.

The tournament’s trophy was awarded to Smith by Mohammed Ali Clay’s daughter, Rashida Ali.

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