OGN's National PUBG League

Idonix partnered with Fanview to deliver real-time data driven graphics for OGN's inaugural National PUBG League (NPL)

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The Brief

With a brand new studio being built in Los Angeles, California, designed specifically for eSports by South Korean broadcaster OGN and Detune, our partners Fanview were tasked with providing a complete broadcast graphics package for the National PUBG League (NPL) - the debut event to come from the arena.

Requiring everything from incoming real-time data feeds, to an augmented reality match analysis experience, what better solution to use than Ignition - our multi-functional graphics control and data handling system.

How Did We Do It?

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Data

Both post-match analysis data and real-time in-game data were delivered from a Fanview API. This was ingested into Ignition's own internal data model - allowing easy access and a simple display of all the relevant numbers that had been crunched.

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Graphics

Ignition's slick and configurable control screens were given to operators for both 2D and AR graphics TX. Previews updated in real-time to give instant feedback and an opportunity for a visual validation of the data.

All graphics pulled their data from Ignition's live-updating data model, no manual type-ins required. As soon as the data appeared, it was ready to go.

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Augmented Reality

Idonix also built the augmented reality map scene in Ross Video's Xpression graphics engine - pulling in assets provided by Fanview, and integrating with our 'Main Controller' scripting pattern.

Ignition then provided a simple control interface that let operators build sequences - toggling different map overlays driven from live data.

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OGN’s North American PUBG League ran in three 8-week-long phases throughout 2019, involving two tiers, each containing 16 teams of 4 players. During each phase, matches were broadcast twice a week from the OGN Super Arena.

Each phase was interspersed with exhibition tournaments, and at the end of the third and final phase there was a Global Championship to crown the overall winners of the NPL.

11

Months


10+

Hours broadcast per week


$1,000,000

Prize pool


1,059,000+

Total hours watched


33

Graphic templates


28

API endpoints


 

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