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ESL Gaming Opens Three Esports Broadcast Studios In Australia

ESL Gaming Opens Three Esports Broadcast Studios In Australia

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SL Gaming Australia have announced the opening of three new dedicated esports broadcast studios across Western Sydney.

The organisers of esports tournaments including the ESL ANZ Champs Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) competition, and the ESL Pro League, have confirmed the studios will be used to broadcast the competitions, for remote broadcasts, to host small-scale shows, and assist in global productions of large-scale tournaments.

ESL ANZ Champs product manager, James Fletcher, said the new studios will host the 2021 season of the ESL ANZ Champs Qualifiers for the CS:GO league that is set to begin on February 13.

“Coming into 2021, we’ve been working on what is the biggest change to the league since its inception in 2015,” Fletcher said.

“We see the ANZ Champs as the place where all CS:GO and StarCraft 2 fans can come; whether it’s to watch their favourite teams compete, or simply take part in an interactive broadcast.

“We’re talking less of the stiff, ‘Sports Show’ vibe and more Twitch chat, memes, and content,” he said.

Each broadcast studio is equipped with a large space including couch setups, video wall for analysis segments, and studio ensuite rooms for additional live content, as well as an audio-visual heavy traditional esports broadcast studio, with custom built commentary desks, and a third flexible broadcast space with adaptable digital branding.

In 2020, the ESL ANZ Champs broadcast brought in more than three million views, and ended 2020 as the most watched Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league across Australia and New Zealand.

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