Friday, July 5, 2013

MS London webcast

Is available on Livestream. There's a link on the MS homepage. As I recall you may have to register but it's fast and easy. The day's events are nearly done but you can replay same day coverage. The quality is consistent with prior MS events this season--so weak on D-side coverage but overall not too bad. It's particularly interesting to watch this layout versus the similar PSP Chicago layout. It looks like Chicago was the better more versatile layout but like Chicago there's lots of bodies dropping OTB. Not much action at the M today that I saw but, like Bitburg, some premature if not completely ill-considered moves into the middle of the field. Catch some action over the weekend and tell VFTD what you think of a comparison between PSP and MS play.

6 comments:

Dubai Paintball said...

The Millennium Series webcast is leaps and bounds ahead of how it was this time last year. Their snake cam is great but as you said, weak on the d side as well as being weak in commentary unless someone like bear is on, he actually does a very good job.

Anonymous said...

Agree! Excellent snake side angles. Would be nice with a cam on the D side also.

Regarding commentary Bear brings a nice energy to it. Most american pro players make a good job as well.

Bryan Parks said...

Grats to Infamous over Art Chaos for the cup. American boys brining the painttrain

Anonymous said...

I think it's a great idea to have American players doing commentary. This makes the PSP webcast fan base feel right at home watching the Millenium events.





Anonymous said...


Speaking frankly with regards to commentary, Bear is a moron (or managed to consistently come off as one). I don't know him so he may be a great guy but I cringed every time he opened his mouth, the only redeeming feature was watching try to fight through it while looking like he clearly wished he'd just go away. I realize that HK sponsors Dynasty, and that according they need to treat the company reps/backers/hangers-on with a certain degree of respect) but that just made everyone involved look bad.

Anonymous said...

I should be clear my comments regarding the webcast are about the prior event not London.