Whether you call it a ‘Frisbee’ or a ‘disc’, ultimate is moving out of its counterculture roots and into the sports mainstream. The AUDL, ultimate’s governing body for North America, is using video streaming to reach new fans
Esports is supposed to be the sport of the future… so where are the female pros?
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FEED talks to NEP and Gfinity about producing and supporting the live broadcast of the Call of Duty World League qualifiers Last month, live broadcast veterans NEP combined forces with …
The new HyperX Esports Arena at the Luxor in Las Vegas went online last year for high-quality esports tournaments, requiring high-quality broadcast gear that would live up to the hype
CABSAT, the Middle East’s largest broadcast trade show, will feature a new esports showcase. The region has a huge audience for esports and not much localised esports content, but that is changing
Red Bull’s Gaming Sphere in London has been built to create a flexible and responsive hub for esports events and streaming. It also may be the future of broadcast facilities.
This year’s H1Z1 tournament gave broadcast production teams the chance to throw down in a new sector.
Live broadcast veterans NEP are putting themselves at the centre of esports broadcasting with this year’s Rocket League Championships in London.
Esports is just what NewTek has been waiting for. The company’s IP-based production tools are a hit with gamers streaming from one-room flats or from world stages