Epic Esports Events invites independent streamers to collaborate in the second season of EPIC League. The tournament organizers are also announcing recruitment of community casters for the official broadcasts of the season’s games.
Mark Averbukh, Epic Esports Events Product Director:
“Epic Esports Events is inseparable from the esports community. We are confident that the synergy between the EEE and the audience can deliver amazing results. We respect the work of independent streamers and we are certain that the community should have a choice in which voiceovers to watch the EPIC League. Therefore, we have developed a proposal which lets streamers comment with minimal delay, and we hope that many people will be interested.“
Independent streamers can broadcast EPIC League Season 2 content on their channels, subject to the following conditions:
No visual and voice advertising;
Every 60 minutes streamers are to post a link to the official broadcast of the event in the chatbot. For example: “Official broadcast is available on https://www.twitch.tv/dota2ruhub and https://www.twitch.tv/epicenter_en1”;
15 minutes delay after the broadcast on Dota TV;
Using a unified broadcast name, e.g. “EPIC League TEAM1 vs TEAM2”*.
Community casters are also invited to collaborate. Pre-qualified community casters will be able to stream EPIC League matches with minimal latency, as well as receive tournament rewards.
Streamers interested in cooperation must fill out the form by November 2 and specify the most convenient format for them to work at the tournament. This offer is limited.