For the first time, an ESL tournament is being broadcasted to VR platforms, and it is done using VR video technology from Voysys. Wonderworld VR produces the live VR video feed from the arena, while Sliver.tv renders a 360 video from inside a gaming engine running the Counter Strike game. Using virtual screen technology, the viewer may watch the linear broadcast from inside the VR experience, at the same time as feeling like being at the arena or inside the game.