Daktronics to provide scoring and video display for Citi Field

Daktronics will provide nearly 12,000 square feet of
integrated scoring and video display technology at Citi Field, the new home of
the New York Mets opening in 2009. Installation of the multi-million dollar
system will begin this spring and is expected to be substantially complete by
August 2008.

This system will incorporate multiple high definition video
boards, one of the nation’s largest and most capable out-of-town scoreboards,
large screen LED video displays, Daktronics’ popular ProAd LED fascia display
technology, and numerous other displays throughout the new, world-class
facility.

“Daktronics provides the premier product offering in
multiple video formats to best serve our fans when we move into Citi Field,”
said Jeff Wilpon, COO, New York Mets. “The introduction of Daktronics
technology and equipment will allow us the opportunity to inform, entertain,
and engage fans at our new ballpark in unprecedented ways.”

“The Daktronics team looks forward to delivering a unique,
state-of-the-art system for the Mets organization and their fans,” said Reece
Kurtenbach, Vice President, Daktronics Live Events. “The system will
incorporate our latest HD-X video technology in various locations, along with
other video, scoring and messaging components throughout the ballpark that will
provide great entertainment for Mets fans and great value for their partners.”

The towering main scoreboard in centerfield will incorporate
three video displays to show live action and instant replays, as well as line
scores and other information.

Daktronics latest HD-X technology will provide video
displays on both the front and back of the main scoreboard. With more than 1200
lines of resolution, the primary LED video display will show images and
information in unprecedented, high definition clarity.