CLEVELAND, Nov. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The reigning NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers have reached a multi-year agreement with 15 Seconds of Fame (15SOF) to feature 15SOF's technology and social media platform at Quicken Loans Arena.
Fans that appear on the "Humongotron," the giant video scoreboard at Quickens Loan Arena, will be able to receive their personalized video clips through the 15SOF app and share them on social media platforms. Users simply download the 15SOF app using iTunes and Google Play and take a selfie to register. 15SOF featured the product at Quicken Loans Arena during this past season's history historic playoff run.
"Having the opportunity to capture the fun and excitement of attending a Cavs game and sharing that personal experience with friends is very popular with our fans," said Cavaliers CEO Len Komoroski. "We are pleased our partnership with 15 Seconds of Fame will continue to enhance our interactive fan experience."
The technology will also be available at Cleveland Monsters and Cleveland Gladiators games.
"We are thrilled to be back in Cleveland for a multi-year deal. We feel privileged to not only have witnessed the Cavs incredible journey this past spring, but to have preserved and delivered so many special memories for their fans," said Brett Joshpe, CEO of 15SOF.
About 15 Seconds of Fame
15SOF is a social media platform that uses cutting-edge technology to deliver video moments of people filmed at live events directly to their mobile device.
About The Cleveland Cavaliers
The 2016 NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers organization is led by majority owner Dan Gilbert, the chairman and founder of Quicken Loans, Inc., along with Vice Chairmen Jeff Cohen and Nate Forbes, and CEO Len Komoroski. The team is led by General Manager David Griffin and Head Coach Ty Lue. The Cavaliers made sports history by delivering Cleveland its first major championship in 52 years after defeating the Golden State Warriors in the 2016 NBA Finals. The win marked the first time in NBA history that any team has overcome a 3-1 deficit to become NBA Champions. The team continues its championship-focused journey while providing fans the best experience in the NBA with its electrifying game presentation, community support and engagement, fan-friendly programs and amenities, the latest technology and more at Quicken Loans Arena— aka "The Q." The organization also owns and operates the Cleveland Monsters hockey team (AHL), the Cleveland Gladiators arena football team (AFL), and the Canton Charge – their NBA Development League team in nearby Canton, OH.
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SOURCE 15 Seconds of Fame