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Bowling Academy of Malta to launch revolutionary Tenpincam application

Thursday marks a ground-breaking moment in the world of bowling as the Bowling Academy of Malta unveils the upcoming launch of TenPinCam, an innovative training and competition application designed for bowlers worldwide.

This cutting-edge platform allows bowlers to engage in real-time competitions against fellow enthusiasts from every corner of the globe.

By utilising web cameras and leveraging the power of the internet, this remarkable application seamlessly connects bowling centers worldwide, granting bowlers an unprecedented opportunity to compete regardless of their physical location.

Whether challenging friends or facing off against skilled players from the TenPinCam database, bowlers have the flexibility to engage in real-time games or play at their convenience based on lane availability.

“TenPinCam represents a monumental shift in the realm of bowling,” said Osku Palermaa.

“Never before have bowlers been able to engage in real-time competitions with individuals spanning across the entire globe. This truly transformative experience not only enables skill enhancement but also fosters endless enjoyment.”

“We are thrilled to unveil TenPinCam and present our dedicated bowlers with an entirely new approach to training and competition,” said Rick Vogelsang, founder and vice president of the Bowling Academy of Malta.

“This incredible platform serves as a gateway for bowlers at all proficiency levels to refine their skills while immersing themselves in exhilarating gameplay.”

The launch of TenPinCam would not be possible without the immense support from our partners – the Eden Superbowl, TenPinCam itself, and world-renowned PBA star Osku Palermaa. We extend our heartfelt appreciation for their invaluable contributions in making this project a reality.

For additional information regarding TenPinCam, kindly visit www.tenpincam.com.

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