June 22, 2024
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Pixotope, the leader in live augmented reality (AR), extended reality (XR), and virtual production solutions, is continuing to break down barriers to Virtual Production adoption by expanding its network of partners across the EMEA region.

This expansion follows the success of major productions for Pixotope, including support of the world’s largest esports event, Valve’s Dota 2, 2021, held in Bucharest’s 50,000-capacity stadium, Arena Națională.

Alongside Pixotope, new business partners Tangram, Telmaco, Vantec, The Level, Mondatum, Post Logic, Plan Shoot Deliver, Centron, CVP, and BDS will drive market-leading virtual production technology in their respective territories.

David Cheng, VP Sales & Marketing (EMEA) at Pixotope, says: “We’re delighted to be working with our new partners in the EMEA region.

“These new partnerships reflect the increased global demand for high-level, virtual production technology throughout EMEA. We’re looking forward to broadening access to Pixotope technology and seeing what clients create next.” 

All the new business partners represent the best talent in their respective regions to support the adoption of Virtual Production.

Clients can take additional assurance with the introduction of Pixotope Certified Experts, who have each taken a specialized course and exam, ensuring the best level of support for productions.

To support the new business partners, Pixotope has appointed Lisa Schneider as Channel Marketing Manager, to be responsible for the global Pixotope Partner Program.

Lisa joins Pixotope from Arvato Systems, where she supported the sales teams and spent several years in the companys’ Media & Entertainment division, becoming a familiar face at industry events and exhibitions.  

She says: “I’m looking forward to working with such a prestigious group of partners and leading a program that brings real value to our business partners, enabling them to grow their business as we grow ours and fulfill our mission to make virtual production accessible to all media creators.”