October 29, 2020

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Ross Video to host webinars on esports production

Canadian video production company Ross Video is set to host webinars geared towards production in the...

Canadian video production company Ross Video is set to host webinars geared towards production in the esports industry.

With the inability to connect and speak at live events, Ross Video took the initiative and responded by launching a series of webinars facing all production verticals. With esports rapidly becoming one of the company’s key areas of expertise, it’s no surprise to find it among the line-up.

Two webinars are planned, taking place across July 7-9th and focusing on esports production.

Esports arena production

Photo credit: Riot Games

This webinar looks at how esports has evolved over the past of decades, graduating from small venues to fully-fledged arenas. Cameron Reed, Esports Business Development Manager at Ross Video, will lead the session and divulge information on how to create an effective esports production.

There will be two sessions to account for different regions, with an American and EMEA session being hosted on July 7th at 11:00 EDT and an APAC and Oceania session following on July 8th at 13:30 AEST. Register here!

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How esports production companies are doing more for less

ESL UK PREM
Photo credit: ESL UK / Joe Brady

The second esports-focused webinar from Ross video sees Reed return to lead, but he’ll be joined by James Dean, Managing Director of ESL UK, and Andrew Wagnitz, Director Broadcast technology at Next Generation Esports. The session, aptly titled ‘How esports production companies are doing more for less’ looks at how esports companies are utilising broadcast equipment in a clever way to get more for less.

There’s a single session for this particular topic which is aimed at those in America and EMEA at 11:00 EDT on July 9th. Book your spot here!

Note: This is a sponsored piece by Ross Video