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YouTube is the new exclusive broadcasting platform of the Esports Championship Series (ECS), the league's organisers have announced.
The multi-year partnership between ECS and Youtube will come into effect on March 25, in time for the Season 3 Promotion stage, which will determine the last four teams entering the league.
The news marks a huge shift in the ECS structure, with Twitch having been a partner of FACEIT since the launch of the league, which paid out $3.5 million over the first two seasons.
The ECS is now the second big CS:GO competition to partner with YouTube, which was announced in January as the exclusive platform for the English-language broadcast of the ESL Pro League throughout 2017.
"YouTube offers fans of the ECS an unmatched online viewing experience," FACEIT Chief Business Officer and co-founder Michele Attisani said in a statement.
"YouTube is by far the most watched platform for gamers in the world and continues to innovate and lead on video technology, making it a great place for us to call our new home for the Esports Championship Series".
All ECS matches will be streamed live in 1080p/60 fps, with "advanced future integrations" soon to be unveiled within YouTube and FACEIT's gaming platform. YouTube has also vowed to work closely with the ECS players to provide guidance on how they can grow the audience of their channels.
"This is our most significant investment into esports to date and illustrates our continued commitment to growing esports with the hundreds of millions of gamers watching YouTube each day," Ryan Wyatt, Global Head of Gaming Content at YouTube, added.
"The ECS revenue sharing and co-ownership structure reinforces our belief that all players should have a voice. We know the CS:GO community is already watching clips, highlights, and rebroadcasts on YouTube, so we are excited to be able to bring them all this same action live."
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Youtube is so fucking sterile, I need my daily Golden Kappa checks :(
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The fact that twitch is being pushed off, means youtube has the $$$
Excuse me for my language.
Edit: Valve has no problem by the way with YouTube streaming, I'm pretty sure ELEAGUE Major was streamed on YouTube. It's just that if you do it exclusively, a huge viewerbase gets lost because Twitch simply is the leader of gaming streams.
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Now they have a chance...
The Thing that is important for me is that i Can watch at a good quality on YouTube but Twitch always buffers on good quality for me
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With Twitch everything was fine .(
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is the link for ESL Pro league stream.
We dont need to add gaming.youtube.com everytime.you can just open ESL's youtube channel and see what live broadcasts are happening,click on what you want to watch,enjoy.
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i.e. see every valve update changing maps or guns in CSGO and the initial reaction.
yeah sure more people watch shitty YT live streams than on twitch lul
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Twitch streams >>> Youtube streams
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Esl pro league on youtube - under15k for the biggest matches
Twitch gets so much more viewers and is just generally better for streaming
Emotes: Political to not offend anybody extremely boring.
Layout: Not functional, chat aways missing when you expand the video.
Just those two things kinda totally ruin the experience as a viewer
rip ecs , last tournament was bad for pros
of course for people who know about HLTV this is the solution but for normal casuals looking to find games on twitch then it's a big problem.
It doesnt matter if its twitch or youtube.
but i am esport fan and i am hate change so boo!
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Twitch is a co-owner of the league ESC in partner with faceit.
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bad: quality problems, no legendary twitch funny chat and more :(
youtube losing money, not amazon.
why the fuck u lying?
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On Twitch its 100% fun and then its 60% video and 40% chat.
On Youtube its 50% fun with 90% video and 10% chat and that is very boring.
HUH? how, just how?
ESL has been unwatchable so far in youtube, how in the fuck is it an unmacthable experience???
Didn't you guys just sit back and watch it in fullscreen?
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