Set to become the new home of the Edmonton Oilers, Rogers Place will provide an unparalleled stadium experience with the largest true high-definition scoreboard in the NHL.
Set to open this September, Roger's Place will be equipped with some of the most cutting-edge features in stadium technology. In addition to comprehensive Wi-Fi access and more than 1,200 TV screens, the new stadium will feature the largest high-definition scoreboard in the NHL. The board itself will be 46 feet wide, 46 feet deep and 36 feet in height, with a high-definition screen on each of the four sides. The screen will also feature an upper halo for sponsored content and a lower halo for displaying virtual scoring. Designed to hover directly above center ice, the new scoreboard will provide an unparalleled viewing experience for hockey fans no matter where they are seated in the stadium.
As at-home entertainment systems become more advanced, there is a growing demand for scoreboards that gives fans a better view of the action on the ice.