Nevco bring new Video Display, Scoring and Audio Solution to Reese Stadium

brand new Video Display, Scoring and Audio Solution to Reese Stadium.

Yale University in New Haven, CT collaborated with Nevco to bring a brand new Video Display, Scoring and Audio Solution to Reese Stadium, which houses four of the Bulldog’s teams including the 2018 NCAA DI Men’s Lacrosse National Champions.

Reese Stadium is one of the finest multi-purpose athletic venues in collegiate athletics, and has been further enhanced by a new Nevco full color, 10mm LED Video Display and Stadium Pro™ 1000 Sound System. The video display stretches over 44’W and stands more than 19’H, offering over 774,000 vibrant pixels to grab the attention of fans and get them on their feet.

At the top of the structure, covertly hidden behind a mesh sound scrim prominently displaying REESE STADIUM sits the Stadium Pro™ 1000 Sound System. The sound system brings the noise, delivering fans a concert-like audio experience audible from every seat in the stadium. From pre-game music, player introductions, and complementary HYPE graphics to support the announcer’s commentary, the new video display, scoring and audio solution will provide an experience not soon to be forgotten by fans.

“We are grateful to have the opportunity to work with Yale to provide such an exceptional upgrade to Reese Stadium,” said Eric Light, Nevco Vice President of Sports Video. “The new video display, Stadium Pro™ Sound System, and scoring upgrades will completely revamp the stadium, bringing a renewed energy to fans attending Bulldogs games.”

Yale University worked with Nevco’s HYPE Creative Services to develop and create numerous custom branded graphics and fan prompts to showcase on the new video display, including logo animations, fan prompts, and more. The Bulldogs will control their video display with the MotionRocket Sports Video Control System Software, allowing for any combination of thrilling live in-game action, instant replays, fan prompts, sponsorship messages, and animated graphics to engage fans and enhance the game-day atmosphere at Reese Stadium.