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BLAST outlines its broadcast innovations for the Fall Final

The tournament organiser will be bringing 4K, new camera angles, and AI help to its broadcast.

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The tournament organiser, BLAST, has revealed that it will be improving its broadcasting efforts starting with the Counter-Strike BLAST Premier Fall Final. Starting today and running until Sunday, the major event will feature a variety of new broadcast elements and features.

This includes more angles such as ones aimed at players and coaches, as well as 4K/60 fps in-game gameplay exclusively on BLAST.tv. There will also be mic'd up moments following games, as well as in-game predictions that use AI to make snap judgements about which team is most likely to win a match, and so forth. Lastly, there will be new and updated graphics and visual elements.

Speaking about the improvements, BLAST.tv's creative director, Lasse Vig Jensen, stated: "We're experimenting. Something might not work, but then we'll change it."

The Fall Final is live right now, with the grand finals planned for Sunday, November 26.

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