Esports & Gaming.
Groovy Gecko has strong relationships with all of our clients, particularly with social media platforms including Facebook, Twitch and YouTube. This means we can stream across any new platform extensions with the ability to integrate our interactive tools seamlessly, creating the best viewer experience possible.
We produce high-quality streams while eliminating risk, and have delivered complex and interactive live eSports, gaming and charity gaming events for brands including Twitch, Vodafone, McLaren and Square Enix. We’re creative technologists at our core, offering the most cutting edge and reliable tech as well as any creative input you need, from live streaming and video production to event management and league ops. Our team can offer advice on the best use of tournament graphics, sponsorship deliverables, platform engagement tools and how you can make the most of your event to maximise engagement with both your in-room and online audience.
Our approach is modular and flexible, meaning you can pick and choose whichever services you need. We’ve worked on a range of projects of different sizes and have experience working alongside agencies, publishers, tournament ops and production companies. We can fit into your existing production workflow whether you need just the tech for your live stream or a full end-to-end package. Because of our ability to scale, we can deliver everything from small gaming events featuring a handful of players to multi-day live events with hundreds of competitors playing simultaneously. Our technology and production workflows are also highly adaptable, from SDI to NDI, and our team is consistently improving to ensure your event runs as smoothly as possible.
Thinking about live streaming your next eSports or gaming event? Let’s talk.
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LiveU offers a solution where internet connectivity is limited onsite. Particularly useful for outside broadcasts, or those on the move, the unit works by bonding cellular data to create an upstream internet connection which transmits video content back to our London hub and can also act as a standalone internet connection in ‘data bridge’ mode.