🎉BEST PRACTICE EXAMPLE 🎉
Moments used in this bundle:
Use the Duel Moment as a "audience joker" and let them decide what team shall receive an in-game boost for the next match.
Let your audience vote for the best gameplay, the most valuable player or the best newcomer player of the day.
Let your audience comment on the matches in real-time on a stage screen.
Play a sponsor-powered event quiz and let the winner take home prizes provided by your event sponsors.
Give your audience a branded event filter and let them share their selfies to the stage screen and Social Media.
Activate event Sponsor brands with branded images and videos in the Event Feed.
Advertise your merchandise or show tickets in the event feed - after the event, when the price sensitivity of your audience is at its lowest.
Give your audience an exclusive coupon that they can use to purchase rebated merchandise - on-site or in your online store.
Use the feedback Moment to collect GDPR compliant, valuable feedback to improve your show and to understand the demographics of your audience better. Offer a rebate code to all event participants who filled out the feedback form after the event.
Build a hype for game day, give your audience an exclusive look behind the scenes and send them off with a nice farewell! Share personalised messages, pictures as well as video content with your audience before and after the event.
Create a weekly, branded Quiz before game day and make all winners come up on stage or take home free merchandise from the event.
Create a unique filter and collect your fans’ photos before the event. On game day, display the photos on a massive collage on Stage when they enter the venue!
Use the Voting Moment to engage your audience during a break. How about you let them vote for the encore of a concert or the outro music of the day?
Make your audience heard! Let them post impressions on the stage screen during an event break or before the next game begins. This also is a great way to onboard the audience to the Stagecast app.
There is nothing quiet like a personal welcome to the venue. Use the Welcome Moment when the audience arrives to the venue and let them share their name on the stage screen.