Mosyle, an Apple device management software company, today announced that BallerTV is now using Mosyle Business to manage its fleet of iPads used to stream top amateur sporting events. Mosyle, the new standard of Apple device management is supporting BallerTV’s mission to rapidly expand the spectrum of sports coverage with live streams, replays, and highlights of top amateur sporting events.
Recently, BallerTV announced Miami HEAT Champion Dwyane Wade as their first global ambassador, who stays connected with his son Zaire, using BallerTV to watch his high school basketball games, which are filmed and broadcasted on iPads managed by the Mosyle solution.
“Mosyle is an integral part of our business, giving us the flexibility and control we need to effectively manage a fleet of iPads that are distributed across the US on a weekly basis,” said Robert Angarita, Co-Founder of BallerTV. “We’re able to release test updates to select batches of devices, saving time while maintaining a tight level of quality control. We couldn’t be happier with Mosyle’s MDM solution.”
BallerTV manages around 1,000 iPad devices using Mosyle, remotely installing their custom enterprise app to live stream the games, as well as allowing the company to push updates and track location. The iPads are shipped to BallerTV partners across the country, who will live stream the games through the platform using the device.
BallerTV not only expands the spectrum of sports coverage, but also gives the opportunity to any videographer without equipment or experience to join their community, opening an early chance of work for those who are dreaming of a future career in sports media.
“We’re happy and proud to have BallerTV using our device management solution, making it possible for us to support their important vision and this breakthrough way to use iPads for broadcasting,” said Alcyr Araujo, CEO of Mosyle. “We appreciate working side by side with an innovative streaming platform, that creates many opportunities and special moments.”