A new high-definition scoreboard and other arena improvements are on the way for MTS Centre this summer.
True North Sports and Entertainment is spending $12 million to upgrade the home of the Winnipeg Jets, and will install four new HD screens two and a half times the size and three times the resolution of the existing scoreboard at centre ice.
Also on deck is a new 360-degree power ring presenting two times the resolution of the existing model, and a a state-of-the-art control room to allow production of HD images throughout MTS Centre and improve audio.
True North will also put in new premium loge seating for upper concourse patrons. The 278 seats will initially be made available to those sitting in Row 1 of the 300 level. New seamless glass will be installed to replace the existing mesh railing, improvement sightlines for 300 level patrons.
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