2019 OFSAA Football Bowl Series
Tuesday, November 26 – Thursday, November 28 Ron Joyce Stadium, McMaster University Hamilton, Ontario
The OFSAA Football Bowl Series will air live with 7 bowl games streamed on YAREtv, a group based in Surrey, British Columbia offering sports and entertainment solutions to deliver live programming via PCs, phones, tablets and connected TVs.
“We are very excited to be partnering with the preeminent high school athletic association in Canada to deliver their football bowl games”, stated Hugh Dobbie, Yare Media CEO. “Through our partnership with the OUA, we were introduced to Jeff Brock, 2019 OFSAA Football Convenor, and immediately wanted to work with OFSAA in showcasing the best high football teams in Ontario to as many internet connected devices as possible.”
“Partnering with Yare Media in streaming of these high profile games adds tremendous value. Their experience with content including OUA Sports, Canada West University Sports, CFL Football and Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling, among others provides compelling video” offered Dana McKiel, Director of Marketing & Communications and Senior Producer of the OFSAA Football Bowl Series.
The OFSAA Football Bowl Series 2019 will be played at Ron Joyce Stadium, McMaster University Hamilton, Ontario.
Bowl games streamed on YAREtv at https://ofsaa.yaretv.com:
For more information on the OFSAA Bowl Football Series, visit www.ofsaa.on.ca/championships/football
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