We're introducing GTV and would like to invite all eSports fans to try out our open beta this weekend!
Gfinity TV, which is scheduled to launch later this year, will present the community with its first truly personalised media player, as we allow you to gain complete control over your viewing experience. There are over eight camera feeds, fifteen audio feeds, multiple languages, HD resolution, statistics, player profiles and of course a chat, available for you to build your perfect stream.
For this open beta we will be enabling and disabling functionality as we stress test our servers over the weekend. You might notice some things not working as intended as our engineers trial and fine tune. Right now the player facecams are pretty popular! Give it a try and let us know in the comments what you think,
Built by eSports fans for eSports fans, GTV will enable users to:
- Choose from up to 10 different video feeds and arrange the player layout how they want it
- Display up to 5 video feeds on a single single screen
- Choose from up to 15 different audio feeds including music
- Have full Digital Video Recording (DVR) facility on the main feed
- Enjoy HD quality of 1080p/60 or 720p/60
- Engage with other users via the built-in chat
As part of the weekend that sees some of the best CS:GO teams in the world competing, GTV’s functionality will be available as a beta to trial for eSports fans worldwide, free of charge from Thursday 28th April to Sunday 1st May 2016 in open beta.
Please note you'll need a decent internet connection as well as enough processing power. You can find it on www.gfinity.net/live-tv.
GTV in open beta
A full release is due in a matter of weeks (development or server issues caveat applies).