LIGR provides out-of-the-box, TV-quality graphics templates that let you produce a professional live stream in a few simple steps. Just log in, select your sport, and choose your graphics theme. Then upload your competition, club, team, player and sponsor assets one by one OR upload your fixture and squads in one hit. Live score the game and watch the statistics fill out your professional graphics theme in real-time, automatically. Turn your live streams into TV quality productions with automatic sponsor integration and display, completely out of the box. No designers, no developers, no hardware!
The LIGR theme database in the theme selector within ligr.live
Automatically create an entire game’s live graphics by simply live scoring the game. Or connect to an external live score data source. Either way, completely remove any manual graphics operation. Upload and manage the assets you need in an easy-to-use dashboard, and live-score the game. The graphics will animate on- and off-screen—automatically based on the live match data. If you want to manually control the graphics, you can do that too in our user-friendly graphics control room. Don’t spend money on graphics operators when you don’t need to!
An image showing a LIGR theme, with UI of components of the LIGR control room for manual graphics control
Our sponsorship-management tool quickly incorporates brand and sponsor assets into your live-stream graphics. Our unrivalled strength and flexibility in uploading, assigning, and displaying sponsor adsets let you seamlessly connect to our out-of-the-box graphics templates with stunning results. Our sponsor reporting dashboard provides insights and metrics of when and how your sponsors display during the broadcast. So, you’re able to provide valuable information back to your sponsors. All to help you monetise your live-stream content like never before to grow the game and produce more and more content! Win-win-win for players, fans and sponsors alike.
The LIGR Adset uploader, where you can upload specific Adsets and allocate their display during a broadcast