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First Nations Payments Systems to sponsor ISC Network Broadcasts for 2014 ISC World Tournament
Friday, May 16, 2014
May 15, 2014 - First Nations Payments Systems is bringing fastball fans a Grand Slam Home Run this August with their generous sponsorship of the ISC Network's streaming program from the 2014 ISC World Tournament, meaning NO CHARGE viewing for our large and constantly growing online audience.
First Nations Payments offers point-of-sale systems, ATMs, cash registers, security systems and e-commerce solutions at industry-leading rates for Canadian businesses. We ask all ISC fans, players and supporters to drop by their booth that will be on site at the Peter Hallman Ballyard in Kitchener in August.
"We're absolutely thrilled with the financial support of First Nations Payments for our ISC Network streaming program," says ISC Executive Director Larry Fisher. "Thanks to the sponsorship provided by Thunder Tribe, a related business to First Nations Payments, our viewership in 2013 was over six times the numbers we generated with pay-per-view. We hope to continue to grow our numbers again this year and keep men's fastpitch even more vibrant online in partnership with First Nations Payments Systems."
Bryan Porter, spokesperson for the First Nations Payments states: â€œWe love the game and want to see it grow not only locally in our own backyard, but also on the international scene. The ISC Network is reaching people globally and we're very excited about making a contribution to help grow the game.â€
The ISC Network will stream more than 30 games from the 2014 ISC World Tournament, broadcasting from the Peter Hallman Ballyard in Kitchener, Ontario. Games are available live and on-demand. In 2013, the broadcasts reached more than 70,000 fastball fans around the world.
The International Softball Congress World Tournament will bring together more than 60 teams competing in four divisions from August 8-16. The ISC is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting men's and youth fastpitch softball and is on the web at www.iscfastpitch.com.
First Nations Payments Systems is on the web at: www.firstnationspayments.com
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