Stunlock plans to use VR to support esports. A spectator using Vive will be able to access an immersive firstperson camera that allows you to take in battles from above or even sit in the crowd and watch from the sidelines. VR can also be used by video makers and broadcasters. Multiple camera operators can feed video to a producer in realtime, offering a variety of perspectives on the action that isn’t often found in esports. Where other game broadcasters have to contend with massive maps, here one or two camera operators can easily cover a small, clearly laid out arena.