Members of the European Olympic Committees (EOC) took part in a fruitful hybrid discussion in order to develop a plan for the 2023 European Games, which will be held in Kraków, Poland. This strategy will be built with the athletes in mind. The European Observer Corps had a meeting at its headquarters in Rome on November 26th, 2022.
Reportedly, representatives from the EOC met with partners ATOS and the European Broadcasting Union, in addition to members of the organizing committee for the 2023 European Games to be held in Kraków Maopoland.
Raffaele Pagnozzi, the Secretary General of the European Olympic Committee, Hasan Arat, the Chair of the Coordination Commission, Marcin Nowak, the President of the Organising Committee, and Jean-Baptiste Casta, the Head of Strategy and Business Operations at the European Olympic Committee, got together to talk about different strategies for promoting the athletes who will be competing in the Games.
In his introductory remarks, Mr. Arat highlighted the necessity of providing the widest coverage possible to the top athletes from Europe who were participating at the largest multi-sport event that the region has seen since the London Olympic Games in 2012. He claims that because to the great broadcasting deal that has been agreed, millions of people all over the continent will be able to watch the Games from the comfort of their own homes.
He, along with the rest of my team, is putting in a significant amount of work to make this a reality. Because of the collaboration that we have established with the EBU, they will be able to broadcast all of the most exciting parts of the event on a variety of different digital platforms. We guarantee that our coverage of the Olympics will be at a level that is commensurate with the extraordinary talent of our athletes and the unwavering support of Polish fans.
During the conference, the broadcast that was in charge of hosting it provided an update on the present status of their contracts and bids, in addition to their future intentions for working together with the EBU. Mr. Casta presented the most recent information about the direct-to-consumer initiatives of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), the platform design for the European Games, and the ongoing discussions with other broadcasters.
The enormous array of themes covered, to name just a few, ads on social media platforms, the Olympics, and archival footage. In light of the achievements of a large number of initiatives, the European Olympic Committee has revised the goals it has set for the European Games in 2023, which will be held in Kraków, Poland. The delegates emphasized the necessity of a method that is well-thought-out for spreading broadcast schedules so that fans may make arrangements to see the significant events.
The European Games 2023 will take place in Kraków, Poland, from the 21st of June to the 2nd of July, and will include competition in a total of 25 different sports.