Watchmedad.com to Live Stream the 2012 USA Boxing National Championship

Feb. 23, 2012, 11:32 p.m. (ET)

(COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO) – Friends and family members across the United States will enjoy the opportunity to watch their favorite 2012 USA Boxing National Championships competitors through a new partnership with watchmedad.com and a sponsorship from Everlast. 

Watch Me Dad will live stream throughout the duration of the event, with each day being available for purchase at $5.99 per day or $24.99 for the full tournament. 

The new partnership with watchmedad.com will allow USA Boxing to stream national events in house and their unique event based streaming software creates an opportunity to stream events live and instantly archive them for later use. USA Boxing understands this importance of this functionality as not all family members, friends and fans are able to travel to events and watch their favorite athletes compete.

USA Boxing equipment and apparel sponsor Everlast has provided a generous sponsorship to offset the majority of the costs to USA Boxing and allow the service to be provided at an affordable cost to viewers. The stream will begin 5 minutes prior to each session at the 2012 USA Boxing National Championships with boxing beginning at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. MT, Sunday through Thursday, at 2 p.m. MT on Friday and 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. MT on Saturday. 

Viewers will have the opportunity to purchase the live stream individually by day at a cost of $5.99 or purchase the whole event for $24.99. Each purchase comes with two licenses, which allow the viewer to download and save the video stream after the live stream has ended. Additional licenses can be purchased if necessary. 

Due to the massive number of registrants for the 2012 USA Boxing National Championships, a fourth ring had to be added to accommodate all the participants for action Sunday-Tuesday. However, USA Boxing is prepared to stream all four rings for the first three days of competition at the highest quality available. There will be no extra cost incurred to view the four rings.
 
To watch the live stream, go to www.usaboxing.org/watch-live.
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