This year’s competition welcomes 16 teams competing across 17 days of action and supporters not lucky enough to be able to attend games in person can still experience the action online.
Artificial intelligence and a new app
For the first time, the EHF is able to instantly generate and distribute professionally edited videos on a large scale using artificial intelligence with the introduction of start-up WSC Sports.
This content, along with short-form and behind-the-scenes videos, is also shared with the new EHF influencer network, expanding the reach beyond EHF’s owned channels.
Fans can keep up with the action on the move via the official website (ehf-euro.com) and also with the new Women’s EHF EURO 2018 app.
“The launch of the new App also provides us with an attractive platform through which to present our top national team competition and enable us to further raise the profile of women’s handball.” – Martin Hausleitner, Secretary General of the European Handball Federation, said