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One of the biggest esport tournament organizers, DreamHack has just released a mini-documentary titled “What’s life really like for a broadcast talent?”.
The Swedish production company released the almost 18-minute documentary yesterday on it’s YouTube channel featuring desk host Tres “stunna” Saranthus, analyst Christine “potter” Chi, and commentator Anders “Anders” Blume. The documentary was filmed while the three talents were attending DreamHack Masters Malmo in early October this year.
In the documentary, the three individuals can be seen discussing life on the road, their time away from home, the personal struggles they have to go through in order to keep pace, how they prepare themselves and what goes on in their mind before going live, all of this while keeping themselves in top shape and good health.
The documentary which is a part of “The Corsair DreamHack Masters Journey” likey points out towards more such mini-documentaries being released by the production company in the coming times. Maybe each DreamHack Masters tournament will bring forth one such mini-documentary, focussing on one aspect related to esports and how it impacts the lives of people involved in it.