The official press release announcing the broadcast and multimedia partnership between the Collegiate Development Football League (CDFL) and Prodigy is included below. In addition to providing live broadcast services through the internet and local television, Prodigy is also the marketing and sponsor acquisition partner for the bowl games. Prodigy will be seeking title sponsors and corporate sponsors for each of the games. Prodigy will also be providing hospitality and sponsor advertising services.
NEW YORK – Press Release, November 1, 2013, immediate use
The CDFL announced today that Prodigy Launch Sports will provide broadcast production services for the Euro-American Challenge International Scout Bowl, and three CDFL collegiate showcase games: the D3 Senior Classic, the FCS Senior Scout Bowl and the D2vsNAIA Senior Bowl. All games will be played in December 2013 and will be broadcast live to a worldwide audience. Details about the games are available at www.CDFLbowlgames.com
Matt Burkhead, CEO of Prodigy Launch stated, “We’re excited to be working with the CDFL again this year. They’re an outstanding organization and each of their showcase games provides a great opportunity for exceptional football players to showcase their talents.” Prodigy Launch is a sports multimedia development, marketing and management business. Prodigy provides personalized services to large and small organizations through strategic partnerships and individual projects. For more information, visit www.ProdigyLaunch.com.
George St Lawrence, Co-Founder of the CDFL stated, “In addition to the outstanding services provided by Prodigy Launch, the CDFL has retained DaCast, a San Francisco based, platform service provider, to work with the CDFL and Prodigy Launch in providing live, worldwide broadcast access for the CDFL games. St. Lawrence further added,” The ability to view these games live worldwide, gives added value to our players. It provides exposure to overseas
opportunities for our players and our organization. International football clubs who wish to sign top American players for next season will have the ability to view, evaluate, and contact players via the CDFL”.