The Canadian Football League (CFL) is one of the oldest professional sports leagues in the world and have eight member clubs across Canada. Beginning in 2005, MRX designed and hosted the CFL's main website which was followed in 2009 when the eight member teams joined the CFL network of websites. The CFL member clubs that are part of the MRX network include the British Columbia Lions, Calgary Stampeders, Edmonton Eskimos, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Montreal Alouettes, Saskatchewan Roughriders, Toronto Argonauts and Winnipeg Blue Bombers. MRX also hosts the Grey Cup website. Read More...
The Canadian Hockey League (CHL) is the governing body for the three major junior hockey leagues in Canada which includes the Western Hockey League (WHL), Ontario Hockey League (OHL) and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). The CHL is comprised of 60 teams across Canada and the northern United States and is the number one development league in the world for providing players to the National Hockey League. The CHL network with MRX is the largest network of sports websites which also include the MasterCard Memorial Cup, CHL Home Hardware Top Prospects Game and the CHL Subway Canada-Russia Super Series. Recently MRX also developed CHL Mobile - a network of mobile websites for all 60 member teams and the four leagues. In addition, MRX also implemented HTML 5 viewing capabilities on all CHL member teams sites for viewing of video on iPad and tablets across all major platforms. Read More...
Toronto Rock (NLL)
MRX has designed and hosted the website of the National Lacrosse League (NLL) Champion Toronto Rock since 2009. The Rock are a storied NLL franchise that play out of the Air Canada Centre and have won several championships since the team's inception in 1997.
Vanier Cup (CIS)
The Vanier Cup existed as the Canadian College Bowl from 1965 until 1982. Since then, the Vanier Cup has been the official Canadian Interuniversity Sport National Football Championship. MRX built the 2011 Vanier Cup website.
Toronto Rush (AUDL)
The Toronto Rush are Canada’s first professional ultimate team, as they join the AUDL (American Ultimate Disc League) in 2013. With Canada’s success on the world stage, the Rush look to field a very competitive team in their inaugural season.