Posted January 28, 2018 11:59:38 The Italian Football Association (FIG) has launched a new mob programming system that enables fans to stream all their football from a single device, or even multiple devices, thanks to its new Mob Streaming API.
The new system, which is currently available for the Serie A, is available on the official website and the official mobile app for both the Serie B and Serie A teams.
The official Mob Streaming App has a live stream that can be accessed by any user.
The API is designed for a wider range of devices than the existing system, with the aim of increasing the variety of streams, while at the same time making it easier for developers to create and integrate their own apps with the platform.
The system will be supported by the official websites of all the major football leagues in the world, and is set to be available in Italy in the coming weeks.
In addition to the Mob Streaming app, the new system also includes a set of web-based mobile applications, including a video-streaming service that can provide access to live games on the go.
The apps, which can be downloaded for free from the official Mob Programming API, can be used to stream games from any device.
The Mob Streaming system is available to all the teams in the league.
This is not the first time the FIG has used Mob Streaming, as the API was launched in 2018 for the Europa League and the Premier League.
Mob Streaming is being used by the FIG to deliver its official streaming app, which allows fans to watch matches from anywhere in the globe.
With the introduction of the new platform, the FIG will be able to offer fans access to their favorite teams’ games at a glance on the internet.
With a new app, more fans will be allowed to access the world of football from any internet-connected device, including mobile phones and tablets, which are currently not supported.
In fact, only the official FIFA Mobile app, with its extensive FIFA Mobile Player Club and FIFA Mobile App Manager, are currently supported by Mob Streaming.
With its Mob Streaming support, the FIFA Mobile application will also be able stream all the Premier Leagues games, including the Premier and Europa League.
“Mob Streaming is a revolutionary new way to deliver all the football matches from around the world in one place, so that fans can access the live matches at a quick and easy pace,” said Giovanni Bagnalini, President of the FIG.
“The Mob Streaming platform is an important step in this direction.”
The Mob Programming platform is available for download for free, with developers being encouraged to include Mob Streaming apps in their existing applications.
The FIG is now looking for more developers to support the new mob streaming system.
In the future, the official football app of the Premier league and the Bundesliga will also feature the Mob Programming features.
“We are happy to see that more developers are taking up this project and developing for the Mob streaming platform,” said FIG President Giancarlo Di Biase.
“With Mob Streaming as a key part of our strategy, we are going to be a more flexible platform to enable our fans to follow all the soccer events of the world.”
“Mob streaming is a new platform for the world and is already used by our fans around the globe,” said Bruno Vignali, the Director of the Italian Premier League, which will also use the Mob programming platform.
“Together with the Football Italy Association, we will work to bring more fans and players the opportunity to stream their favorite games in the best possible way.
We are happy that the FIG is taking this opportunity to help promote its official football apps.”
In 2018, the Milanese football club Bologna announced it would also introduce Mob Streaming for the upcoming 2018-19 season, while the Italian Serie A team Parma announced in February that it would use Mob Streaming to stream its games from a dedicated mob-connected player device.
In 2017, the Italian Football League announced that it was working on its own Mob Streaming-enabled application.
In 2016, the Premier-league of the English Premier League announced a partnership with the official Italian football app Mob Streaming which allowed fans to access live games from anywhere and at any time.
The application, which was launched with the Italian soccer league, allows fans the ability to stream a single game, or watch a single match live, from the web, tablet or mobile phone.