Meet Opta at SPORTELRio

Opta will be exhibiting our services to the global broadcast industry at this year's SPORTEL show in Rio.

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SPORTELRio 2013

See us on Stand A01 

Opta will be exhibiting our services to the global broadcast industry at this year's SPORTEL show in Rio.

The show, running from 11-13th March at the Sofitel Rio De Janeiro Copacobana hotel brings together the best from the world of sports broadcasting under one roof.

If you would like to set up a meeting with Opta at this event, please get in touch with paul.every@optasports.com.

Opta player data is used to constuct a head-to-head comparison on BBC Sport.

The FA Cup international broadcaster uses Opta data to compare the two finalists.