Aug. 30, 2022 - When you scrutinize the landscape, you'll uncover that esports applications also share many similarities with today's more common collaborative applications like hybrid meeting spaces, classrooms, and digital signage. While the scale is different and the intended experiences vary, the functionality is nearly the same regardless of size — or name.
Each esports venue — labs, training venues, and competition venues — has something of an analog in the corporate and/or educational worlds.
These spaces are similar to hybrid workspaces and standard conference rooms in corporate settings, and much like classrooms in schools and universities. They could potentially scale up to include technology shared by courtroom, executive conference room, or lecture hall/training room applications. Larger venues also have commonalities with military installations.
These spaces share many of the same attributes as simulation centers, command and control centers, and emergency operations spaces.
Needs for these similar spaces include (in addition to what's mentioned in Labs and Training Venues):
Any application that demands high integrity, lossless video; state-of-the-art audio; and best-in-class lighting, control, and security features is best served by the kind of top-quality ecosystem only a company like Crestron can provide.