Originally Posted by YohY
Not really true - simply putting your foot in the door and providing a bad experience will tend to make many people not return.
The main issue is there was, as of early aftenoon, no real link that worked on the NPPL site nor were there any scores posted.
Last it really does not assist the sport to have clowns on the mic that just feel the need to swear. What sport has national web cast and allows people to come on and cuss? There is a reason that no other sports allow this - simply put image. Image or lack of it is why no real outside advertisement comes into the sport other than some off brand energy drinks from time to time.
before i say anything i will say that i have been one of those people that hated to even attempt to watch the nppl webcast in the past, and have watched the psp webcast religiously. the webcast in my opinion has been leaps and bounds better than the past nppl webcasts. yes there were technical difficulties (audio, lagging and picture quality) but i actually got to watch the event today. i will say i agree with the quoted comment to an extent but im not a crazy cuss nazi. they didnt say the f-word or anything man calm down. with all this said they still cant compete with psp's paintball access production but compared to where they were at, tons better. alot im not sure if this is a new format but have they done the race to format all season? i like it.
pros-it actually works, commentators arent horrible (yet real), and actually works.
cons- picture quality, camera angles, and definatly their first time to actually produce a webcast they actually can start to be proud of
nppl keep up with the ACTUAL webcast production