HomeNewsSponsorship & MarketingDenmark

Denmark game goes live on broadband

The transmission was the result of cooperation between the DFA, Denmark Radio (DR) and The European broadband provider Ebone.

The first match transmitted was between Denmark and Iceland, but only 1,200 users were able to watch the game simultaneously because of transmission problems. The DFA later revealed that more than twice that number of users tried to log on during the match.

According to research company NetValue, 13.2 percent of all homes in Denmark have broadband connections, making it one of the leaders in Europe in the consumer broadband market.