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Watchfire Releases New Products for Winter Sports

They include video center-hung displays, scorer’s tables, shot clocks and pre-assembled audio cabinets.




Courtesy of Watchfire

Watchfire Signs (Danville, IL) has introduced several new products for winter sports scoring, timing and fan experiences for matches at high schools, colleges and sporting complexes.

The new offerings include customizable video “centerhungs” (displays), scorer’s tables, pre-assembled audio cabinets and a variety of shot clocks, according to an announcement from the company.

The new centerhung video display features a self-climbing hoist for easy and quick installation and can be customized with two, three or four sides and with top or bottom rings. The centerhung display is available in various resolutions and sizes, up to 10 x 16 ft., and features adjustable tilt faces for peak viewing.

Additional products shipping now for indoor sporting venues include the following:

  • Digital scorer’s tables. Measuring 3’ x 10’ and available in various high-resolution LED pitches and up to 60 feet long.
  • Watchfire Sound enhancements. Pre-assembled audio packages feature a new smart cabinet design that delivers quick installation, weatherproof protection, and easy-access service panels.
  • New video clock. Doubles as a shot clock and videoboard, syncs with the game clock, and can be zoned to display lineups, welcome messages for teams and players, sponsor logos and fan prompts.
  • Independent shot clocks. Operate independently of any existing scoring system via a handheld controller — for a school adding shot clocks to its gym.

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