Riot Games To Showcase How It Leverages Object-Based Storage at Sports Content Management & Storage Forum, July 25 in NYC

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SVG’s 12th-annual Sports Content Management & Storage Forum – taking place on July 25 at The Westin New York at Times Square – will spotlight esports during a morning session entitled “How Riot Games Leverages Object-Based Storage to Boost the League of Legends Experience”. Ray Panahon, Riot Games, Technical Lead, Esports, will take the stage along with moderator Tom McGowan, IMT Global, VP of Business Development and a Dell EMC executive to discuss how Riot is using object-based storage to boost its global operation. 

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Ray Panahon, Riot Games, Technical Lead, Esports

As a truly global brand, Riot Games was looking to build a content management system that would allow its esports production and distribution teams to seamlessly share content with partners across the globe. The Riot Games technical team selected an object-based storage and orchestration solution because it provided the capability to serve both its on-prem workflows and scale to multiple different cloud platforms. As a result, Riot Games now provides the flexibility for partners to utilize whatever cloud platform they are using in their respective operations, while also establishing a pathway share its in-house video content and assets to outlets all over the world. Ray Panahon, Riot Games, Technical Lead, Esports, takes the stage with moderator Tom McGowan, IMT Global, VP of Business Development, to discuss how the company’s unique workflows.

This year’s SCMS Forum will feature media-asset–management (MAM) leaders from major broadcasters, leagues, teams, OTT outlets, and vendors offering first-hand perspectives and behind-the-curtain looks at their respective workflows. In addition to addressing the latest MAM and storage technology, this year’s expanded program will feature a Cybersecurity and Content Protection Workshop aimed to provide attendees with insight into how to better protect their facilities and prevent online piracy.

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