Fordham University Basketball Programs Take Fans Inside The Game With
Innovative Virtual Game Day Experience
With Covid Precautions Restricting Attendance At Games, The NCAA Division I Rams
Team Up With Leading Technology Customer Experience Company QWASI To Stay
Connected With Hoops Enthusiasts
Bronx, N.Y. (December 3, 2020) – While the stands at the Fordham University Men’s and Women’s Basketball games may be empty this season, fans can now feel more connected than ever with their favorite teams thanks to a revolutionary new Virtual Game Day Experience. Launched in partnership with leading technology customer experience company QWASI, the NCAA Division I Rams are bringing all of the action and excitement from the court right to all favorite streaming devices, free of charge.
While watching the games, participants will have the opportunity to view exclusive behind-the-scenes content, join in conversations with other fans, play trivia, and participate to earn points and win prizes throughout the season. The Virtual Game Day Experience is also ideal for sponsors working with sports teams to promote their brand and university donor development teams who are looking to personalize events for exclusive experiences.
Other special features include:
• Access to Fordham Cheer, Dance, and Band performances
• Answer trivia questions surrounding each program
• Receive VIP invites to Zoom links for Pregame Watch Parties
• Hear from Athletic Director Ed Kull
• View student-athlete “Quarantine Q & A” highlight features
• Enjoy “Family-Of-The-Game” video clips
• Watch exclusive alumni interviews from our most successful programs
• Earn Fordham Athletics branded prizes
“Our Fordham Basketball programs have worked tirelessly to provide our devoted alumni and fans with a unique experience, despite the current circumstances,” said Ed Kull, director of athletics. “Thanks to our partnership with QWASI, we are excited to still be able to celebrate the 2020-2021 season with our Fordham faithful, which is a ‘win-win’ for us, alumni, supporters, sponsors, and donors.”
Each “event” will be live one hour prior to tip off for select games noted below. Please note, home games are either nationally-televised or streamed on ESPN+ and non-conference away games can be seen on the opponents broadcast network.
12/22 – vs. Stony Brook
1/5 vs. Dayton
1/13 vs. St. Bonaventure
1/17 vs. UMass
2/6 vs. Davidson
2/13 vs. SLU
3/3 vs. La Salle
12/13 @ Seton Hall
12/18 vs. Hofstra
1/3 vs. George Washington
1/14 @ SLU
1/24 vs. Duquesne
1/31 vs. Davidson
2/26 vs. Dayton
2/28 vs. SLU
To register for Fordham University Men’s and Women’s Basketball Virtual Game Day Experience, visit:
To learn more about Fordham University sports, visit https://fordhamsports.com/news/2020/11/20/fordham-mens-and-womens-basketball-launch-2020-2021-virtual-game-day-experience-with-qwasi-partnership.aspx
QWASI is a technology team building customer experience and communication solutions for global brands. It offers an infinite amount of data, and by triangulating data points in real-time, can understand who people are and the context of their situations. Utilizing IoT data with QWASI’s communication technology, they work with brands to design and deliver unique messaging to every individual.
For more information, visit https://www.qwasi.com.
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