QubicaAMF to provide Online Scoring at the 45th Bowling World Cup


    2009 BWC

    Melaka International Bowling Center in Melaka, Malaysia (Nov. 13-20, 2009)

    2009BWCFlyer.jpgQubicaAMF Worldwide has announced that its new Bowler Entertainment System will be used to provide Online Scoring from the 45th Bowling World Cup in Melaka, Malaysia, in November.

    The product allows a center the ability to post live scores on their website for any special event such as in-center tournaments, birthday parties, corporate events and more.

    Bowling World Cup fans from all over the world will be able to view any players’ scores live through the QubicaAMF web site, providing the ability to track bowler progress throughout the week long tournament.

    Access to individual’s scores, frame by frame as they are bowled, will be available via a link on the homepage. Visitors can access the online scores and then select specific lanes to see who is playing on each lane, and his/her scores as they are displayed on the overhead monitors.

    “This will be the first year that fans can view scores in real time, adding to the excitement of the competition,” said Anne-Marie Board, QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup Manager. “The innovation of real time scoring over the internet will mean that friends, family and fans around the world will be able to share in the fun and follow any individual’s scoring as it happens.”

    The 52-lane Melaka International Bowling Center is now completed and the grand opening ceremony took place on August 1st. The center is expected to host local tournaments before the BWC gets under way in mid-November.

    So far over 94 countries have indicated that they will be participating.



    Participants as of October 6, 2009