“I am excited about the partnership with Znipe TV streaming service, it truly gives a new level of experience and dimension to follow esports in a unique and innovative way.“ says Marcus Lindmark, CEO at DreamHack.
Znipe TV offers users twelve streams to choose from during each match, allowing users to build a customized visual experience in single, double, triple and quad views. The ability to switch between multiple viewing formats at any point during the game adds a dynamic new level of control, bringing the polished, flexible architecture of premium sports viewing to esports fans.
Coming of a series of broadcasted CS:GO events in the likes of ESL One Cologne, ESL Pro League and Intel Extreme Masters Oakland, Znipe TV is now expanding their content portfolio through adding DreamHack to the mix, and also extending the platform support for the Valve game Dota2.
”We are proud about formalizing a partnership agreement with DreamHack, they have been a world leading esports tournament organizer for a long time, showing very high level of professionalism and one that has given us great memories in esports.” Says Johan Ryman CEO and Founder of Znipe TV.
Johan continues ”We are also extremely excited to announce that our platform now also supports Dota 2. We believe this will provide a great viewing experience for all the Dota2 Fans out there. Stay tuned as we are about to announcing more exciting news around our platform in the near future, and make sure to check out www.znipe.tv .”
ABOUT ZNIPE ESPORTS
Znipe Esports is a new company with a focus on changing how fans follows and watch e-sports. Founded by Johan Ryman and Erik Åkerfeldt, recognized innovators in the field of streaming solutions and with a management team that includes Christian Lidström in Business Development and Fredrik Niemelä heading up Product — Znipe aims for nothing less than delivering a premium sports watching experience to fans, players, organizers worldwide. More information is available on www.znipe.tv
DreamHack is the world’s largest computer festival. DreamHack’s core, and origin is the LAN party, with the two major festivals in Sweden, DreamHack Summer in June and DreamHack Winter in November. DreamHack also arranges festivals, events and competitions in several locations in Europe and North America.
The events are a platform for esport, knowledge and creative competitions, music acts, lectures by game developers, Internet & game culture, cosplay, the fair DreamExpo and much much more. DreamHack is also a production company with a focus on gaming, esports, music and arena productions for both traditional TV and the Internet.
During 2015 DreamHack had 192,000 visitors to its events and more than 72 million unique viewers who followed the live broadcast online. More information is available on www.dreamhack.se