We, as viewers, are used to seeing what seems like thousands of replays of an injury to a player in any game—so much so that Saturday Night Live made a skit about it. However, for medical staffs, these replays are not always enough for evaluating a downed player. Generally, all they have to rely upon is a fixed, sideline television feed, which does not allow them much flexibility.
That is where myplayXplay comes in. It is a mobile, high quality replay system that staffs can use to look at pictures and replays of a play to discover more about a player’s injury, so that they can discover more about the area affected and do not risk aggravating the injury.
just became the first English Premier League team to use this technology, joining the ranks of the Irish and Welsh rugby teams, the New York Rangers and a number of other hockey teams in different leagues than the NHL.
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