ESPORTS PRODUCTION IN 2019

Broadcast Equipment and Technology Driving Esports Production Forward.  Esports will bring in more than $1 billion in revenue worldwide during 2019, a 26.4% boost from 2018. With this explosion in growth, production companies are pressured to step up their game delivering sophisticated stadium designs, state-of-the-art broadcast master control rooms, an stellar visual content from post production departments. In this video, Key Code Media takes a deep look at how you can bring your Esports operation all together with a tightly integrated workflow.

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Lucas Wilson

VR/360°/180° Live Streaming for Esports Events

Supersphere is the worldwide leader in immersive esports (VR/AR) live production. Having pioneered those experiences with the Onward tournament at Oculus Connect 5 in 2018, Supersphere now has a busy esports calendar, most recently having delivered a livestream for the ESL ONE CS:GO event at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Join Lucas Wilson from the Supersphere team as he shares his experiences with these events.

Lucas WilsonFounder, Executive Producer at Supersphere
Andrew Wagnitz

Creating Unique and Unforgettable Esports Exeriences with NGE

Andrew Wagnitz is the Director of Broadcast and Technology over at NGE- a full service esports partner dedicated to creating something unique and unforgettable for game, league, an esports event. Andrew and his team have an impressive list of credits including the FORTNITE WORLD CUP (2018-2019), TWITCH RIVALS, and the ROCKET LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES. Join Andrew Wagnitz from the NGE team as he shares his experiences with these events.

Andrew WagnitzDirector of Broadcast and Technology

LEARN MORE HOW KEY CODE MEDIA CAN HELP YOUR PRODUCTION WITH ESPORTS PRODUCTION WORKFLOWS

Key Code Media is the preferred broadcast reseller/system integrator, with certified technicians and sales staff available to help walk you through a successful facility, flypack, and live solution deployment.