Loosemores advises on the WSA’s new partnership with Joymo
- 30th April 2021
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The Welsh Sports Association (WSA), the membership body for the sport and leisure industry in Wales, has announced an exclusive multi-year relationship with leading live video streaming platform, Joymo.
The pioneering sports streaming service becomes the WSA’s Official Livestreaming Partner and will work closely with the WSA’s members to accelerate their direct-to-fan streaming ambitions. Joymo’s live video streaming platform is for athletes, teams and sports, at every level of competition, enabling them to broadcast their content direct to fans who can watch live or on demand.
Charity Solicitor, Rebecca McCarthy and Media Consultant, Sara Griffiths led the Loosemores team advising the WSA on the partnership.
Commenting on the partnership, Victoria Ward, Chief Executive of the WSA, said:
“The WSA is always looking to partner with service providers who can add tangible value to our members and we firmly believe Joymo can have a transformational impact in a post-Covid environment. We were impressed by the simplicity, quality and cost-effective nature of the platform and feel that this will encourage our members to sign-up and start streaming as soon as sport returns. We would also like to thank WSA partner, Loosemores Solicitors for their support on this partnership.”
Commenting on the partnership, Rebecca McCarthy, Solicitor, said:
“We are delighted to have advised the Welsh Sports Association on its partnership with Joymo. As a WSA partner, we have seen first hand the excellent work they do for the Welsh sports community.”
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