A COVID-19 impacted Six Nations tournament will finally conclude this month, 273 days after it commenced back in February. Four nations are still in the hunt for the title with only a handful of matches remaining.
The final fixture of game week four will be played this weekend as Ireland take on Italy at the Aviva Stadium. The last round of fixtures will be played on Saturday 31st October and will determine the champions of the longest Six Nations tournament in history.
As was the case before the competition was paused, AE Live will be on-site at all matches, delivering live match and data-rich graphics. In addition to the first-level match data being collected by AE Live operators, our data handling and software applications will also be integrating with data collected by STATS and AWS to provide in-depth player and team analysis for all matches.
As well as the match graphics being produced for Six Nations Rugby, AE Live will be delivering presentation graphics for BBC Sport’s and ITV Sport’s coverage of the competition. Graphics are also being produced in both Welsh and French language for S4C’s and FTV’s match and presentation coverage, respectively.