Originally Posted by BIGCAN-RULES
PSP/PBaccess is the epitome of what a webcast should be for a professional/national organization showcasing our top talent. IMO, the APL is not trying to go head to head with them on whose better electronically. Having the announcers acting more laid back, more personal, "not as serious" fits in with the more relaxed "player friendly" tournament being offered.
Find your niche and grow from there. Nothing will compete with the PSP, so make the crumbs as attractive as you can
Quoted, in case you didn't read it the first time. I think this is a really good explanation of what the APL is doing.
After checking in on the webcast a little Friday, as well as watching a few hours of it yesterday I have to say APL does look pretty fun to play and the atmosphere seems pretty chill. Guessing it's the SoCal influence there.
I'm glad this series exists, and it's cool that they do a webcast even if it isn't on the production scale of the PSP because in the end, we all get to watch more paintball
and that is never a bad thing