Rollerhockeytv.net to webcast “LIVE” State Wars 2011 select games
Rollerhockeytv.net will be at State Wars 2011 on August 14th, 2011 to webcast championship games to viewers all across the world. In 2011, Rollerhockeytv’s viewership of the February 5th, Mission Axiom vs. La Pama Cyclones regular season game reached over 12,000 views. MLRH, which hosts Rollerhockeytv.net for it’s regular and postseason play, has been thrilled to be allowed to work with State Wars hockey in it’s seventh year of operations. Fans across the world will be treated to hockey as the best representing each state in the US or province in Canada will meet to go head to head for the 2011 State Wars championship.
August 14 Broadcast Schedule
11:00am 2003 (Birth year) AAA Championship game Webcast begins at 10:50am
3:00pm Elite AAA Championship game Webcast begins at 2:50pm
4:20pm 2002 (Birth year) AAA Championship game Webcast begins at 4:10pm
www.rollerhockeytv.net Rollerhockeytv will go “live” for each game and webcast it in it’s entirety so friends, relatives and family that can’t be at the event will be able to watch across the country and tune in to see the competition. “We’re extremely proud to be working with State Wars hockey and Tim McManus, who in his seventh year with State Wars has accomplished some amazing things with their event. It’s a first class tournament and offers the best competition within the age groups and birth years”, Owner and president Bill Raue had to say of Rollerhockeytv.net If you tune in for anyone of these webcasts, you’ll watch some great hockey, meet the State Wars staff, also hear from around the industry with the sponsors and equipment manufacturers who make and keep the sport “rolling”. You may even be surprised who shows up to talk hockey with Rollerhockeytv.net that day …Tune in and don’t miss this event!
It’s on to Buffalo for MLRH and Roller Hockey TV
Youth through Adult teams to play in Buffalo Wings and Roller Hockey TV Event
Your team, youth through adult, will have an opportunity to play on Roller Hockey TV when the “Stars of Tomorrow Show” makes a top at North town Center at Amherst (Buffalo suburb). All age groups. $400 per team. 3-game guarantee with one TV game per team guaranteed. Local coaches and league officials participate in the broadcast. You can use the event as a fundraiser as your program receives 75% of all revenue from advertising sales.
For additional information, e-mail Doug Jones, MLRH Commissioner: doug @mlrh.com or Eric Haak at: email@example.com