Here is what’s been going on at ICS during the month of June:
We have completed work on the Croatian and Macedonian translations of the ICS and ICS-digital websites, while the Indian language of Marathi was also uploaded at the end of the month.
We have also started a small project in Slovene, so this will become the 44th language we will cover as a company and the website translations will appear in early July.
Elsewhere, we were asked to work on infographic content in Spanish for the Copa America for a UK-based news source and delivered this successfully throughout the tournament.
In the final week of June, our Commercial Development Executive Alex Humphries had the pleasure of going to the Amsterdam Affiliate Conference/iGaming Super Show at the RAI in the hope of securing new business.
Alex met with a number of potential clients to discuss ICS’s services. Many companies expressed an interest in what we have to offer, and we’re looking forward to seeing these new leads develop into business opportunities in the near future.
Tennis and Golf updates
Wimbledon is already under way and the Open Championship golf will follow in mid-July (16-19), with ICS providing regular updates for our phoneline clients. Our editorial team will be updating the lines with the latest results/leaderboard details from both SW19 and St Andrews.
ICS brings you The Ashes
The world’s biggest cricketing rivalry returns this summer as England face Australia in a five-Test series, and ICS will be following the action all the way.
As well as doing regular written stories for our clients and our own websites, which include ClubCall and Sport In A Storm, we will also be providing ball-by-ball audio commentary for seven bookmakers. If you are interested in receiving Ashes commentary and/or content, please contact us.
The World Cup is coming!
The Rugby Union World Cup is just over two months away and ICS will once again be covering the big event, which this time takes place in the UK.
As we did four years ago, we will be providing live audio commentaries of all group matches involving the Home Nations and Australia. We will then commentate on all of the games during the knockout stages right through to the final itself.
The tournament starts with England v Fiji on Friday 18 September, with the final taking place at Twickenham on Saturday 31 October.
If you are interested in our Rugby World Cup content, then please contact us.