TJ Sports launches Asia’s largest esports broadcast centre

League of Legends Pro League 2019 organiser, TJ Sports has launched Asia’s largest esports live broadcast centre.

Since the implementation of the home and away format, LPL teams have established six home venues, with more cities joining the competition in the future. To broadcast multiple live matches simultaneously and improve the efficiency of broadcasting, TJ Sports launched their new esports live broadcast centre, which offers high-quality broadcast production and meets the demand of broadcasting more overseas and international esports events.

The 3550 square meter broadcast centre is located in the Jingan District, Shanghai, includes five studios, five broadcasting rooms and other esports function rooms.

After launching the broadcast centre, TJ Sports will focus on producing content for domestic LPL matches and world LOL events. For audiences, the launch of this new broadcast centre will improve their viewing experience by increasing signal fluency and broadcasting multiple domestic or cross-region live matches simultaneously. Moreover, the live streaming will incorporate new technologies and innovative content to enhance the user experience.

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Besides launching the esports live broadcast centre, TJ Sports also announced the sponsors for the LPL 2019 Summer Season, including chief partner Mercedes Benz, official apparel partner Nike, KFC, Alienware, DXRacer, Intel and Harbin Brewery.

Esports Insider says: As the most influential esports tournament in China, the LPL has always been the benchmark in the industry. It will be interesting to see how this new broadcast centre helps continue to push the LPL but also make viewing global events much easier for the Chinese audience.