ESL Brings The UK’s First Remote Studio Coverage To The Epic.Lan Counter Strike Competition

AOC Monitors and Razer partner with ESL UK and epic.LAN for the UK Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) Challenge, seeing up to £4,000 of prize money available to participating teams.  The competition, due to take place at the thirteenth instalment of the gaming and eSports LAN series epic.LAN, is to feature a UK eSports first, a remote studio broadcast with on-site camera crew.

“It’s a exciting to be developing eSports in the United Kingdom by creating content that is normally reserved exclusively for traditional sporting mediums”, explains Peter Mather, Community Manager for ESL UK. “We couldn’t be breaking these boundaries without the support of AOC Monitors and Razer, and it’s great to be working with companies that want to help us push eSports past the perceived norm.”

The find out more about the competition or to purchase tickets head over to epiclan.eslgaming.co.uk.

About ESL UKESL is the world’s largest eSports company, leading the industry in raising eSports production and audience levels to those of mainstream sports. With offices across the globe, including the United Kingdom, it has a truly global footprint. Creating events across the eSports spectrum, including high profile international and national leagues and tournaments, such as the Intel Extreme Masters, ESL Major Series and the National ESL Pro Series, ESL endeavours to create a competitive environment for every player, no matter their skill level.

In the United Kingdom ESL UK runs regular broadcasts from its event and production studios, based primarily within the central midlands. Alongside studio productions, the mobile production team hosts and broadcasts tournaments across the United Kingdom. With a rapidly expanding user and spectator base, ESL UK has been increasingly successful in its ambition to deliver amazing gaming experiences conveying the thrill, emotions and excitement of competing at the highest level.

 

About epic.LANThe team behind epic.LAN has over 10 years of experience delivering gaming events for both social and competitive gamers as well as a wide industry experience. The team are also avid gamers themselves and you will often see them on online servers as well as visiting LAN events worldwide to look at what works best for their home LANs.

epic.LAN’s eSports expertise covers a huge range of their own offline events as well as tournaments for a number of external clients both online and in venues from Birmingham’s NEC to the Wembley Stadium.

Jim Smale

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