PGL has provided guidelines and policies that will allow third-party streamers to stream the upcoming PGL Major Antwerp 2022 and RMR tournaments on their channels.
We would like to take this opportunity to kindly remind you of the rules and guidelines set for the public broadcasts of this event. Please be sure to follow these rules to avoid any potential infringement action against your channel.
List of rules and guidelines for broadcasting PGL Major Antwerp 2022 and RMR tournaments by third-party streamers
- Streamers and community members can only stream games through GOTV. Rebroadcasting of any official broadcasts, including those available in the game, is prohibited. Please strictly follow this rule to avoid potential copyright infringements.
- While broadcasting, must use a 2-minute delay on their channel/stream for the duration of the broadcast of any GOTV-related core content.
- Streamers must have a generally good reputation in the community.
- Players and/or individuals who are currently banned from participating in events by Valve may not attend the broadcast, either visually or aurally.
- Use the official name of the tournament in the broadcast title: "PGL Major Antwerp 2022" or the abbreviation "PGL Major 2022" if space is limited.
- Make sure your viewers are informed that the views, thoughts and opinions expressed on the stream are your own and not those of the tournament organizers.
- You are responsible for maintaining a clean and positive image around PGL Major Antwerp 2022 during match broadcasts.
- You shall not claim to represent PGL, Valve or PGL Major Antwerp 2022 in any form.
At the same time, the organizers noted that the rules can change at any time at their discretion.
Recall that PGL Major Antwerp 2022 will be held from May 9 to May 22 in Belgium. 24 teams will compete for a prize pool of $1,000,000, as well as BLAST Premier and ESL Pro Tour points.