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Competition: Win Tickets To NFL At Wembley!

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Win one of four pairs of tickets to see the NFL regular season game between the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars on 2 October

Sporting events are among the most challenging to provide connectivity for. Tens of thousands of fans, all wanting to access real-time news and stats, send messages to friends and upload pictures to social media, are competing for the same network capacity.

The NFL has been keen to get advanced networks and Wi-Fi into the 31 stadiums that host matches over the past few years in a bid to improve fan engagement and learn more about fans’ habits with the hope of attracting more people to games and boosting revenue.

NFL Tickets

NFL Superbowl 2At Superbowl 50 in February, fans consumed 10.1 terabytes during the big game, according to analytics provided by Extreme Networks, which is offering TechWeekEurope readers two pairs of tickets to the game between the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars on 2 October 2016 at Wembley Stadium.

You can enter our competition below and entries are open until 23:59 on 20 June 2016. Four winners will win two tickets each and will be selected at random.

Enter here!

You can find out more about Extreme Networks and its work with the NFL at ExtremeForum 2016 in London on 26 May

Quiz: What do you know about sports technology?