Services



Lycon Studios provides turn-key solutions to running esports events at all scales. We have internal casters and all necessary equipment for the players, casters and live coverage production. When you hire Lycon Studios, you can expect hassle free and professional management of all relevant services, as demonstrated on our prior events.

Complete Solution

Lycon Studios can provide a holistic solution to anyone who wants to run an esports event.
Our Complete Solution package includes everything:

• marketing and advertising for the event
• contacting and organising teams
• organising sponsors
• ticket sales
• venue hire
• running online qualifiers
• organising special event guests
• stream and live video production
• provide and transport all equipment
• provide all event support staff
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Equipment Hire

All equipment listed on this website are owned by Lycon Studios and available for hire unless already being used.

• Gaming computers and monitors for the players
• Earphones, earmuffs and microphone for the players
• Gaming chairs for the players
• Gaming mouse, mousepad and keyboard
• Portable wireless internet router, network switches and cables
• Video production computers with multiple video capture cards
• Professional audio systems for casters and event host
• Multiple cameras and tripods

Casting and Production

Lycon Studios can provide expert level play-by-play casters and analysts for esports events. In addition, our production team can support this with professional level live video production. This includes instant camera changes, overlays between in-game and live content and split screens for in-game coverage.

This level of production can only be achieved using professional grade equipment with multiple game observers, cameras and video capture cards, as well as a well-rehearsed production team that is familiar with the software and hardware. Our team work with events production all year round, so they are always ready to produce the best possible content for your event.
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