Gaming Event Uses Epson Projectors

The North American Star League (NASL) recently hosted several gaming events using the power of Epson projectors, and we thought this might be a story our readers would be interested in.
NASL creates highly visible, organized and invigorating professional video game tournaments in North America. They have leveraged Epson projectors for their recent competitions, including:
  • BarCraft: World champion gamers from Europe, China, and Korea played at local bars and pubs around North America and the events were live broadcast into bars using the PowerLite 1925W projectors
  • Global Tournaments: At the Grand Finals Tournament in Toronto they used the Epson PowerLite Pro Z8455WU to show the tournament in an arena on a 16’x9’ main screen and the Epson PowerLite Pro G6900WU for multiple side screens and viewing rooms

NASL provides a unique viewing experience for video game fans, taking video games from home entertainment to a spectator sport that draws a global fan base and viewership.

News and Comments

  • digitigrade

    Somewhat missleading title, as the story explains no actual gaming took place on the Epsons. They were just used as the spectator monitor.


      Hi digitigrade,

      Busted! Scott was one of my gamers who wrote occasional blogs. That was one of his last. Mostly he was supposed to stick to talking about input lag times, and other useful info to gamers, not posting marketing press releases which this obviously was. I was probably only aware of his post briefly, and never read it. On the positive side, we do, normally, measure input lag on most of the home entertainment and home theater projectors that we review. -art

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