It’s not surprising that more than half of the money in the esports industry circulates around sponsorships and game publishers, with live audience watching through streaming platforms on Youtube or Twitch. Esports competition organizers need to attract a lot of viewers in order to get sponsors to invest in their competition.
But unless you’re a global brand with millions of fans and a strong production setup, keeping viewers glued to the screen can be tricky. Imagine watching a basketball game without seeing the score and game time on screen. Now stop imagining that or you’ll never watch sports again. The problem is that many esports event organizers don’t have the setup and ability to extract, process and present game statistics in an easy and compelling way.
It’s simple to use for the organizer and intuitive for audiences, overlaying most interesting information on top of the broadcast stream. The solution was recently proven in 10 game competitions with delivered statistics & graphics viewed by a quarter of a million viewers.