Bitcoinist.net · March 13, 2018 · 12:45 pm
Play2Live CryptoMasters was scheduled to release of the 2.0 version of MVP with advanced player and P2P CDN, that was tested during the broadcast of the tournament.
Play2Live (P2L), the first full-blown blockchain-based streaming platform for gamers and esports fans successfully hosted and broadcasted the world’s first esport tournament with the main prize – 2 000 000 LUC (Level Up Coin) tokens ($100,000).
Eight international teams — 7 invited and 1 from the open qualifiers, took part in the tournament. It has resulted in the triumph of AGO, a Polish esports organization, that took the main prize of 1 000 000 LUC tokens ($ 50,000). The second team was Space Soldiers (Turkey), which received 400 000 LUC tokens ($ 20,000), the third and the fourth place with 200 000 LUC tokens ($ 10,000) prize pools were taken by the teams BIG (Germany) and GODSENT (Sweden).
P2P CDN technology, claimed in the company’s Whitepaper, was tested during the tournament as part of a demonstration of the Play2Live MVP 2.0 features.
Alexey Burdyko, CEO and Founder of Play2Live, said:
We have successfully coped with the load of the first cyber tournament. P2P CDN technology tested during P2L CryptoMasters allowed us to save up to 30% of traffic per separate stream. This gives a lot of opportunities in