Who counts on Stretch to live stream their events?
Nothing engages your fans like being in the event. With our solutions they will be a part of your team.
Share your games with fans, parents, and alumni who can’t be there in person. Whether your searching for a pay-per-view experience or fan engagement, we have your solution.
Offer live streaming to your clients for any number of events including local or international broadcasting.
Super-easy setup (even for technophobes).
No matter how you like to capture video of your events (or even if you don’t yet), we always start with a free consultation with one of our experts. That way, our streaming platform fits into the way you want to work—not the other way around.
Our live streaming platform is easy to set up and use every time, so you never have to worry about missing the show.
A first-class experience for your viewers.
Our customized and branded portals provide so much more than just a destination for your streams.
Enjoy enhanced social media integration. View multiple streams in a single portal. Upload custom content. Create “instant highlights.” And offer all this through beautiful, HD video that can be accessed from any device.
Freakishly good support.
What does customer support mean to us? Well, in a word: everything. We live, eat, and breathe support. Heck, we even have a sign in our office that says, “Support Like A Champion Today” (apologies to Notre Dame).
Put another way: Your problems are our passion.
Meet Stretch Internet’s unofficial (but totally official) mascot.
We call him Mortimer, or Mort for short (#MortForShort). We don’t exactly know where he came from, but when we found him out back behind the dumpster, he was lost, hungry and mumbling incoherently into his headset (we didn’t have the heart to tell him it wasn’t connected to a phone).
We couldn’t leave him be, so we brought him inside, served him a warm meal – cupcakes drenched in honey at his request – got a cup of coffee in him and gave him a working headset. He’s been hanging out in our office ever since, helping us provide freakishly good support to our clients.
We’ve found him to be quite the addition… this dude eats technical problems for breakfast, lunch, second lunch, dinner and late night snack (guy can eat). During one particularly frantic trouble shooting marathon, he became disoriented and tried to eat a Sony Handycam… the chip in his lone tooth serves as a constant reminder never to eat your problems.
He’s become our official office mascot; a walking, talking rally cry of sorts among our support staff. We plan on keeping him around for a while… and we hope to talk him into taking a shower sometime real soon.
Over 600 organizations trust Stretch
to live stream their events.
—Joe Rinehart, Mount Vernon Nazarene University
–Eric Opperman, Christian Brothers University
–Mike Gowans, Bethel (Chandler, AZ)
–Dave Blanchard, Luther College
–Bob Rittierodt, Montana Sports Cast
–Kyle Serba, North Carolina Central University
–Ryan Workman, Coe College
–Michael Wells, Occidental College
–Matt Packwood, Brandon University
—Mark Womack, Cedarville University
—Chris Brooks, University of Alaska Fairbanks
–Donny Nadeau, St. Mary's University
–Duane Mercier, American Legion
–Greg Sage, Belmont University
–Jason Rich, Siena College
–Nicole Betker, University of Saskatchewan
–Ryan Workman, Coe College