Polsat, in collaboration with Aram, open TV-station owned esports studio

24 October 2018


TV station Polsat, in collaboration with ARAM, has opened a state of the art studio dedicated to gaming and esports.

The new studio is located in Warsaw, Poland inside Polsat’s complex. ARAM was in charge of the design and execution of the project. The new studio is equipped with state-of-the-art technology to provide the viewers and the players with the best esports experience.

Michał Mrzygłocki, Co-Owner of ARAM said: “Since this year we see a big demand for permanent installations of esports studios. A few years ago we have delivered studio setup for ESL Poland in Katowice. Polsat eSports studio is a second permanent studio we provided and I believe not the last one.”

ARAM is one of the few technical production companies specialised in esports, an industry with a particular set of needs. The esports experience is different from a concert or conference; lightning and sound should not interfere with the communications between the players – as for the audience, they must be able to enjoy the action inside the game.

Rafał Mrzygłocki, Co-Owner of ARAM  added: “We believe that thanks to our knowledge and understanding of eSports needs, we were able to design project crafted for Polsat needs and that is the reason they decided to work with us.”

The esports scene continues to grow in Poland. In 2019, Poland will host the IEM Katowice featuring an ESL One event and the IEM Katowice 2019 CS:GO Major.

Esports Insider says: Esports needs infrastructure in order to keep growing. Purpose built esports venues are key to for esports to grow around the world, while large venues are perfect for major finals – smaller studio venues are key for the growth of amateur and semi-pro scenes. The Polsat esports studio will undoubtedly contribute to the growth of the scene in Poland.

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