Tournament coverage has changed quite a bit over the years. Only 20 years ago, players had to rely heavily on magazines for the diet of chess news, but often information was dated. In the age of Internet, games can be played or viewed in real time adding an exciting dimension to chess coverage. Companies such as the ICC/Chess.FM, Monroi has all contributed to the delivery of chess content. However, a new and exciting chess innovation has been unveiled.
Foidos TV has created a new presentation system for viewing chess tournaments in real time. It has launched this effort at the World Chess Championship match between defending World Champion Viswanathan Anand and Vladimir Kramnik. Foidos has five video streams in multiple languages along with interviews, commentary and a chat facility. These features make the action much more interactive and easily tailored to the user’s liking. Albert Vasse demonstrates the new Foidos system.
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