Home → Competitive → BlueFrame → News BlueFrame Golden State Athletic Conference Inks Partnership with BlueFrame Jul 27, 2021 1 Min Read ALISO VIEJO, Calif. - The Golden State Athletic Conference announced on Tuesday afternoon that it has agreed to a partnership with BlueFrame Technology to be the conference's official video streaming provider. Nine of the ten GSAC members will broadcast all regular season games and conference championships via the BlueFrame platform. Fans will be able to access live video broadcasts of contests of its member institutions on the newly designed GSAC Sports Network. The network will provide fans easy access to watch regular-season and conference championship events online or on their favorite streaming applications. "Our team is proud to be part of this major project with the GSAC and wants to help raise the profile of the conference, its members, and student-athletes," explained Mark Krug, Director of Partnerships for BlueFrame. "The creation of the GSAC Sports Network, which will feature regular season and conference championship broadcasts, will make it easier for fans to watch and stay connected with their favorite GSAC teams on any mobile device, tablet, or streaming media platform." The GSAC Sports Network will go live in early August, along with streaming applications for television and mobile devices, including Android TV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku (TV), iOS and Android (mobile). Head to www.gsacsportsnetwork.com for more information about the different apps and member portals that will be available. "The conference is thrilled to begin its partnership with BlueFrame Technology as we embark on the 2021-2022 season", stated Lucas Armstrong, GSAC Assistant Commissioner. "Our video streaming subcommittee feels that BlueFrame is the proper service for the GSAC and our member institutions to connect with fans, families and friends of our student-athletes. I would like to thank the SID's on that subcommittee for the time and effort they put into researching the GSAC's best option for its next video streaming partner.