LIME launches Blackberry App for Boys and Girls Champs 2012

Champs’ exclusive telecommunications partner LIME, has launched an application for BlackBerry smartphones that will allow fans to access event schedules, results, updates and everything related to the event as-it-happens during this years’ staging of the ISSA Boys & Girls Championships’ scheduled for March 28 – 31.

L-R Wolmer’s Boys students, Kristopher Bryan and Leighton Blackstock and mascot ‘Champs’ watch as Stephen Miller, LIME sponsorships manager demonstrates how to use the new ‘Champs’ BlackBerry application launched by the telecoms company.

According to Stephen Miller, LIME Sponsorships Manager, the ‘App’ will change the way that sports fans get information on the exciting annual Championships.

“We are infusing our technology to drive fan engagement through this ‘App’ that fans of Champs can get info on the latest action as it happens. This also provides the perfect opportunity for people in the Diaspora to stay connected with Champs wherever they are in the world.” Miller highlights.

“We see ‘Champs’ as our own local Olympics and so through ISSA and our technology engineers, we will be working to bring the Games on par, with some of the most prestigious meets in the World” he added.

“Jamaicans are hungry for information, especially when it comes to sports and so as smart phones get more popular and accessible, we have seen an increase in the local demand for Jamaica – specific ‘Apps,’” says Damion P. Daley, CEO, Software Architects Ltd.

“It was a good opportunity to work along with LIME, on the development of the application that will allow spectators and sports fans anywhere in the world to stay informed and up to date with the happenings. Before they were only be able to get points update at specific intervals. Now they can get record-breaking moments, and other race results as they happen.” Mr. Daley added.

Popular sports website, will provide the instantaneous news feed to power the ‘app’.

Other deal-sweeteners being spearheaded by the telecoms company, includes the staging of a mega Fun Zone at the National Stadium where students and spectators will have the opportunity to compete in a series of mini-sports competitions for prizes.

To get the LIME ‘Champs’ App, persons can scan this QR code with a BlackBerry handset

The app can be accessed free of cost by scanning a special QR code or visiting App World and searching for ‘Boys and Girls Champs 2012’.

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