||Last Updated: Mar 10th, 2015 - 10:21:50
Full Throttle Promotions, organiser of the prestigious dyovest.com Speedway Sidecar Grand Slam Series, has announced today that pay per view live streaming coverage will be provided for round 4 of the tournament on Saturday night, March 21, 2015 between 7.20pm and 11pm (South Australian time).
The penultimate round of the 2014/15 Grand Slam, presented by dyovest.com, will be staged at Gillman Speedway Stadium and enthusiasts around the world are now able to tune in and watch hi tech, multiple camera coverage of the blockbuster event featuring the world’s best speedway sidecar riders.
The coverage will feature multi camera production and dedicated expert commentary.
The cost of accessing the on line live coverage is $25.00 (AUD) and the process of buying a subscription takes less than 2 minutes to complete.
Payment can be made via credit card or debit card via Pay Pal and the entire process is very simple. Once the purchase is made, consumers will receive their user name and password via email within 30 seconds of completing their transaction.
Simply visit www.speedway.com.au and click on the red live streaming banner. The process of purchasing live streaming access is as simple as it gets!
The live stream coverage is being produced by Power Productions, one of Australia’s leading television and live streaming production companies.
“The standard of the coverage will be outstanding,” says executive producer Nathan Tapp.
“The live streaming initiative is really about providing a service for the people around Australia – and the world – that cannot make it to Gillman Speedway on March 21.
“To spend $25 and have access to a world class on line TV production, over a four hour period, represents great value and is certainly a lot cheaper than buying an airfare to fly in from interstate somewhere.
“I can assure you, this event is going to be very special and the live stream is accessible on all computers, tablets, phones and android devices. The quality is just like watching TV, providing you are watching in an area that has a strong 3G or 4G internet signal,” Nathan concluded.
The live stream coverage will comprise all races; including supports.
The live stream coverage is expected to attract big viewing numbers so don’t hesitate to visit www.speedway.com.au to purchase your subscription.
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