The IEM live hub is not only a one-stop destination for all of the concurrently streamed tournaments taking place at the 2016 Intel Extreme Masters World Championship - it’s also the central portal for accessing the full selection of different language streams and platforms available.
The IEM live hub boasts over 25 different language streams for the six tournaments currently in progress in Katowice, Poland, making it even easier for you to find a stream in your native language.
Additionally, this year Intel Extreme Masters Katowice will also be viewable on a grand total of four different streaming platforms including Twitch, Hitbox, Azubu and Yahoo giving you an even wider choice when it comes to deciding how you want to watch the tournaments.
Nik Adams, VP of business development, said of ESL’s new streaming partnerships:
"The most important aspect to keep in mind when creating an esports broadcast is the audience. Expanding our distribution channels to include Hitbox, Azubu and Yahoo - alongside our long-standing partner Twitch - was done with this very audience in mind. Now viewers all across the world have greater flexibility in choosing how to consume ESL content - a first step with many more to follow."
Check out the incredible esports action at Intel Extreme Masters Katowice and the huge selection of languages and streaming platforms over at live.intelextrememasters.com!