The National Esports College Tournament — Top 8 Tournaments took place in Viveland Virtual Reality Park Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The game, Zero Aim, designed with the most cutting-edge virtual reality technology, appealed several dozen of players to test their skills.
The event was sponsored by the international leading brand HTC VIVE. The VR facilities brought players stunning visual effects, which broke down the boundary between real and virtual. However, the production team found it challenging to present the virtual vision seen by the Esports players and how to live stream the game show to the online audience.
Datavideo was happy to support the Chinese Taipei Esports Association (CTESA) with Datavideo’s flagship MobileCast, the HS-3200, producing a very professional live video for the event.
“Datavideo HS-3200 is so powerful, it provides several inputs and output channels” Rex said, the deputy manager of Viveland Store. “With the multiple video inputs, director can see all of the VR visions of the Esports players so that she is able to know which is the best view to present to the audience.” The fast-changing image with fascinating audio and visual effects brought the audience the intense and exciting atmosphere of Esports competition.
Besides the on-site audience, there are more than thousands of online audience watching Esport videos via the internet. The online streaming platform is one of the most important channels to watch Esports videos. The HS-3200 equip with the built-in H.264 streaming encoder, which allowed the director to stream the video to Twitch in no time.
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