Tech Company Mango Soft Inc. Delivers Streaming Technology for Major League Soccer’s Orlando City SC in 2021
— Orlando City unveiled geo-targeted stream for fans on mobile devices on Saturday, May 1st in their game vs. FC Cincinnati —
ORLANDO and MIAMI, FL - May 14, 2021 - (LATINX NEWSWIRE) - Mango Soft, a member of the PJ3 group, announced today that it will be providing Orlando City with live mobile app streaming services throughout the 2021 Major League Soccer (MLS) season.
Utilizing Mango Soft’s technology, the Club’s streaming platform named LionNation TV, will allow fans to geofence their location to determine whether they have access to the Club’s live stream, therefore complying with the league’s geo-targeting guidelines.
LionNation TV, which is available within the Greater Orlando and Central Florida region, also provides fans with a fully-immersive matchday experience by using the mobile app to check lineups, follow stats and browse the latest Club content, all while watching the match. Mobile users are also able to AirPlay and Chromecast the match from their devices to their TV sets.
Mango Soft syndicates live video to multiple destinations including social media, mobile apps, websites, private display, smart TVs, and OTT. Mango Soft can receive a single video streaming source and replicate the origin to multiple destinations with copyright protection management for social media, auto-tag block, geolocation filtering, geo-fencing, public display and more.
Mango Soft was founded in 2018 and focuses on software solutions for broadcast, data, and artificial intelligence. The company joined the www.pjcube.com group in 2021.
About Mango Soft
The Mango Platform is a modular Lego-like ecosystem of micro, mini and macro applications that are driven by artificial intelligence algorithms providing a cloud operating system, the Mango Cloud OS.
About Orlando City SC
Orlando City SC joined Major League Soccer (MLS) as the league's 21st franchise in November 2013, becoming the first MLS team in the Southeast. The Lions began league play in March 2015, and in 2017, moved into its privately-owned downtown soccer stadium. In 2019, Orlando City SC relaunched OCB to bridge the gap between its successful youth development academy and the First Team. In November 2015, the Club announced its intention to bring professional women’s soccer to Central Florida and launched Orlando Pride in the National Women's Soccer League. The Pride began league play in April 2016 with a star-studded team of FIFA World Cup Champions. For more information, visit orlandocitysc.com or orlandopride.com.