ZSC's 2013/2014 playoff run is gaining pace! For yesterday's third game in the finals of the ZSC Lions vs. the Kloten Flyers a stunning 10'000 fans where participating in the biggest choreography taking part in swiss ice hockey so far. Fanpictor prepared a dynamic choreography (2 images) that included the whole fan crowd except for the guests' sector. Winning the third time in a row with a cristal clear 5:2 result the ZSC Lions have the chance to win the finals already in the next game!
You can tell the football season in Europe is approaching the decisive games with the first national champions being crowned, cup trophies awarded and the European Cup finals approaching. This time of the season fans put extra hours in to support their teams!
ZSC's 2013/2014 playoff run should not come to an end for a while. For yesterday's third game in the semifinals of the ZSC Lions vs. Genève-Servette HC something special should happen to gain back homefield advantage. We have prepared a dynamic choreography (2 images).
Well – if you want to win the voting for an upcoming event of course the most important part of winning a voting for an event is the design of your choreography! Watch this video to learn how the choreography editor works. We show you 5 simple steps you have to follow to be able to win a voting.
Die Schweiz freut sich auf ein Tennis Fest der besonderen Art mit der anstehenden Davis Cup Partie gegen Kasachstan vom 4. bis 6. April in Genf. Für die Schweiz ist es die erste Davis Cup Viertelfinalpartie seit 10 Jahren. Knapp 16'000 Zuschauer werden erwartet und die Vorfreude auf die Partie wächst täglich.
After nine years of not playing tennis on his home turf Roger Federer had returned to Switzerland to play a tournament. And he picked the most beautiful scenery in front of the Alps to play a home game again.
After we developed, tested and optimized during the course of last year, our online human pixel designer goes public for the first time. Test the tools at hand in our 20'000 seat FANPICTOR park mock stadium. It's free and it's fun.
Looking back at the 2013 tennis season players, fans and media alike will talk about Andy Murray (his royal win), Nadal's incredible comeback (one of the best ever?) or Roger Federer's mediocre (mediocre by his very own lofty standards) year. Our favorite tennis story of 2013 though is Stanislas Wawrinka. At the age of 28 the Swiss has just finished the most succesful year of his career ...