Eden Esports to debut new broadcasting solutions for female esports event

Malta-based esports tournament organiser Eden Esports has secured a partnership with h8r.gg to create a new female
Counter-Strike 2 event.

Called FemmeFury: Queens of the Server, the pilot online event will utilise h8r.gg’s Pocket Production — a fully cloud-
based studio powered by game data and automation tools — to create a broadcast without a broadcasting crew
present.

As a result, the event will only feature talent and players on the server. Despite this, the event will still look to create a
full-scale production set-up which includes a two-caster setup, game observation, replays, custom HUD, animations and
overlays with banners, stats and advertisements.

By utilising this technology, the aim is to create a professional streaming experience and modern tier-2 event whilst
reducing costs associated with running a tournament.

The inaugural event will be hosted between July 7th-14th
and looks to take advantage of the Counter-Strike season
break to put a spotlight on female competition. In total, 16 teams will compete for its $5,000 prize pool. Eden Esports
has yet to disclose which organisations will take part in the event.

According to Eden Esports, FemmeFury is expected to be part of a future series of competitions

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