Budwesier red light goal light wifi signal to activate Huelights? Will pay $$$

newbie here, with zero knowledge of how to code, lucky that I was able to get Java installed and am learning the paper ui where I have my Hue lights, Google speakers, and some network hardware working well.

I have some Budweiser Red light Goal lights that, when my Hockey team scores, receives a wi fi signal and then emits a goal siren and flashing red goal light, these are great and really make the hockey watching environment at home much better.
Is it possible to use that wifi signal to then make my Hue lights change to Red and then flash?

I Have an ITTT app that flashed the lights when I get mail at my mailbox, but don’t know how to use the wifi signal (ping??) to connect to Hue, I imagine this wont be done through the paper UI, but I’d love to learn a few things more too.

I have the local ip address of the goal light in the paper UI but only tells me online status, latency, and last seen time stamp.

Is this even possible??

It is usually better form to edit your original posting rather than posting a new thread.

There is no API for this device and certainly no binding for it. You will need to reverse engineer the network traffic, hope that said traffic isn’t encrypted, and then write code to receive that traffic and trigger a Rule in OH.

This might help get you started.

Thanks for the reply. Funny, I just found that article and a few others too, way above my pay grade.

I posted again only because I was not sure about what best sub group might be, thanks for the tip.