OKBET sites news : With the release of their new broadcast platform, BLAST, one of the largest CS:GO tournament organizers, hopes to change the way fans watch the sport.
The release of BLAST.tv coincides with the upcoming BLAST Premier Fall Final in Copenhagen, Denmark, as well as the BLAST Paris Major, the first Valve-sponsored CS:GO tournament of 2023. BLAST.tv will feature a video player with 4K capabilities, a live chat with moderators, and an interactive timeline that automatically uploads highlights to be replayed in real time.
With its superior broadcast and production quality, BLAST has surpassed competitors like ESL and PGL to become the leading CS:GO esports tournament organizer in recent years.
According to Tom Greene, BLAST’s chief growth officer, BLAST.tv may improve the experience even more than the services provided by BLAST’s partner platforms, Twitch and YouTube.
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“Over the past few years, BLAST has worked tirelessly to provide the best esports entertainment possible,” Greene said. “More recently, we’ve been investing in a digital platform that will enhance and supplement these experiences even further.” With the ultimate aim of bringing esports closer to those who love it most, we have designed every facet of BLAST.tv with our fans in mind. We think BLAST.tv could revolutionize esports broadcasting and the fan experience.
At the $425,000 BLAST Premier Fall Final, which takes place from November 23rd to 27th, CS:GO viewers will give BLAST.tv a try. NAVI, FaZe Clan, Heroic, Team Liquid, OG, Ninjas in Pyjamas, G2, and Fluxo are all scheduled to appear at the event.