COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) has announced a three-year agreement with BlueFrame Technology as the league’s official video streaming partner through 2024, the conference announced Thursday. The partnership streamlines the RMAC Network, allowing all 15-member schools to unite under one platform to seamlessly and consistently showcase the play of RMAC student-athletes throughout the league.

BlueFrame Technology is a premier video streaming company that allows institutions and athletic programs to broadcast live games on a global scale. The RMAC’s partnership with BlueFrame Technology grants each member institution its designated channel within the RMAC Network on both website and mobile applications.

Upon the conclusion of each broadcast by a member institution, each production will be archived to the RMAC Network for convenient viewing by RMAC fans. Further, fans may continue to view every broadcast by an RMAC institution at no cost, as every game streamed by a member institution will be free of charge.

"This agreement sets a new stage for the RMAC Network and our institutions’ game day productions,” RMAC Commissioner Chris Graham said. “We are cognizant of the increasing interest in linear media from our fans and have committed to continually enhancing our productions to meet the high level of performance from our student-athletes."

The RMAC Network will be available for download on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV and Roku, in addition to mobile apps on iOS, Android and Amazon Fire Tablet.