ExCel was the largest indoor venue at London 2012. Seven different sports including boxing, judo, and table tennis took place over several days, making the venue one of the most-visited, and where spectators reveled in their shared excitement of the competition. The London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) had originally planned to install large projector screens inside ExCel. However, as the plans progressed, a big problem emerged. Installing large screens in the venue would create several seats with obstructed view (the so-called “seat-kill” problem), ultimately reducing the available number of spectator seats by 30%.