Eleven Sports Samsung Tizen App

For Eleven Sports, we created a Smart TV application dedicated for Tizen OS. In a limited amount of time, we were able to provide a solution aligned with the client's requirements based on the IPLA application for Smart TV Alliance.

Client: Eleven Sports
Platforms: Tizen, webOS
Release date: 2019

Eleven Sports Samsung Tizen App
Eleven Sports Samsung Tizen App

About Eleven

Founded in 2015, Eleven Sports is a Polish sports broadcaster, which offers four TV stations: Eleven Sports 1, Eleven Sports 2, Eleven Sports 3, and Eleven Sports 4. It is owned by one of the Polish private television companies- Telewizja Polsat, which owns 99% of the company.

Eleven Sports’ first broadcast took place in 2015 in Belgium and Poland. The stream lasted 24 hours in HD on two channels. In response to the success of the project, the company decided to add the next two channels to its offer.

Eleven Sports has the right to stream the four biggest European football leagues (Spanish, Italian, German, and British), and Formula 1.
Currently, Eleven Sports is available in Poland, Belgium, Luxemburg, China, Malaysia, and Singapore.

Project goal

With the success of our Smart TV app on Tizen, our client – Polsat decided to entrust us with creating another application for smart TV, but only for sports events. We based the development on our latest project – Ipla app, that’s why we managed to deliver a fully working Smart TV application in a short period of time.

Problems solved in the project

We used the same technologies as in the Ipla project. The core of the Eleven Sports’ app is a shortened version of the Ipla platform, developed exclusively for Tizen OS.

Roles in the project

Eleven Sports Samsung Tizen App

Telewizja Polsat:

Eleven Sports Samsung Tizen App

Better Software Group:

Eleven Sports Samsung Tizen App

Eleven Sports Samsung Tizen App

What was achieved

Our team created a complete sport application on Smart TV (for Samsung Tizen) in a very short time. To build the front-end of the application – we have used React.js, TypeScript, Redux, and Axios​.

Also, we were able to integrate API from the client’s back-end in order to allow users to pay for subscriptions directly via the platform.