I am happy to announce that GameSense will be returning to Chezy Champs again this year!
We are all super excited to be heading back to such a wonderful event. You can expect the same coverage, stats, and overlays from last year, and a few new surprises as well!
This whole endeavor would not be possible without the great support we have received from everyone working on Chezy Champs and team 254. In addition to this, we would also like to take this opportunity to thank GameSense’s sponsor Symboticfor making it possible for us to attend the event this year. Symbotic has just signed on to sponsor GameSense for the second year in a row, and we could not be more thankful!
So don’t forget to tune in and watch the best of the West compete on Saturday 9/19 and Sunday 9/20 at chezychamps.com!
We will be recording the native 1080p/60 feed at 20mbps. It will be streamed at 1080p as well and transcoded on the server end for those with slower connections. The stream will be ad free and embedded in the CC website and elsewhere. With the help of some new streaming providers to be announced soon we hope to give viewers the best possible live streaming coverage currently available.
Is this something worked out with providers specifically sponsoring CC or is this a system that could be adopted for regional tournaments? A white paper on the setup, if it works, would be appreciated.
I would assume any number of the issues that have plagued FIRST webcasts for years: overzealous copyright claims on music, uncontrollable ads interrupting broadcasts, general quality/stability issues, terrible resolution, no automatic archive, and so on.
I’m suprised that the STEMtv announcement isn’t generating more attention. Having a purpose-built solution and site for robotics events is a huge deal, which should dramatically improve the accessability of these events.