BBC’s Eastenders “Who Killed Lucy Beale?” Competition Run on Tectonic Platform

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Tectonic Interactive provides high-capacity competition service for the BBC’s “Who Killed Lucy Beale?” competition

EastEnders fans have been glued to one of soapland’s biggest ever mysteries since Good Friday 2014. They used their detective skills in an online competition to win a tour of Albert Square as the storyline heads towards its climax this month, during EastEnders 30th Anniversary week.

The competition was widely promoted on-air, online and via social media utilising the Tectonic platform.

If you know the answer, sorry, the competition is now closed.

“The BBC selected Tectonic Interactive to provide the online competition service, hosted on the award-winning Tectonic platform. The service was designed to handle the peaks of traffic experienced during the live shows and conform with the rigorous BBC policy on data protection and compliant winner selection.”

BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing Competition run by Tectonic

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Tectonic Interactive provides high-capacity competition service for the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing

Earlier this month the BBC gave away a pair of tickets to the live final of Strictly Come Dancing. Viewers were invited to enter the competition online via the Strictly Come Dancing website.

“The BBC selected Tectonic Interactive to provide the online competition service, hosted on the award-winning Tectonic platform. The service was designed to handle the peaks of traffic experienced during the live shows and conform with the rigorous BBC policy on data protection and compliant winner selection.”

BBC Sport launches Live Voting in-app

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The BBC launches voting with instant results across BBC Sports.

Following on from the popularity of viewer and listener voting on issues ranging from where Wayne Rooney should play to the best goal of the World Cup, live results voting is now available on BBC Live Pages and in the BBC Sport app.

The BBC uses the Tectonic Platform to run votes across it’s entire sports coverage, ranging from the Ryder Cup to the Premier League.

With the new service, BBC Sport journalists can set up new votes in seconds and results are published in real-time.

BBC & Tectonic Interactive Plan First 24/7 World Cup

BBC Sport is planning the first “24/7 World Cup”. It will include enhanced live coverage, highlights, and interactive features such as live in-match voting and Tectonic Interactive are working with BBC Sport to ensure that football fans can interact at key moments throughout the tournament and during key matches.
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