Do you happen to have a mobile equipped with Gyroscope or a VR headset? Then you might be able to experince the first-ever Esports event in full 360 degrees thanks to ESL and Silver.tv.
ESL and Sliver.tv are teaming up for the first ever eSports VR livestream ofCounter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO)and League of Legends during Intel’s Extreme Masters Oakland tournament next week (November 19th and 20th). The coverage will be available on nearly every mobile and PC platform, including Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Gear VR and others. It’ll drop you into the middle of the action with a 360-degree birds-eye view and first-person player perspectives, in the case of Counter-Strike.
Viewers will also see real-time stats like kills with different weapons and multi-kill streaks by player and round. “Having a real-time, in-depth look at everything that happens in a CS:GO match is … only possible in a VR environment,” says ESL Product Manager Stuart Ewen.
Esports and VR have an undoubtedly interwoven future, with more games and events offering VR attendence in the near future.