Esports

AceZones products are used by professional players at esports events globally, by game studios developing the next esports title, by upcoming players at universities and schools as well as at internet cafes where friends gather to compete and have fun.

AceZone is trusted by game publishers and tournament operators world wide

A-Live has been used at more than 100 esports events and tournaments worldwide since the launch in September 2021. From shooter games such as Counter-Strike, Rainbow 6, Fortnite and Valorant, strategy games like Dota II, League of Legends and Hearthstone, to simulation games such as Rocket League, racing esports titles and mobile esports titles Mobile Legends Bang Bang and Clash of Clans.

for pro

tournament Organisers

The A-Live headset is expert-engineered for the world stage. Unparalleled noise cancellation inspired by fighter jet conditions and full EQ flexibility creates the ultimate gaming experience.

AceZone's admin detection system helps tournament organizers discover when players experience audio issues and admins diagnose on-stage issues. Learn more here about A-Live.

a trip down

memory lane

Since September 2021 players has been competing about and winning more than $63,000,000 dollars worth of prize money using AceZone's product. Here's a glimpse into some of the 100's of esports events AceZone has been a part of.

  • PGL CS:GO Major

    The PGL Major Stockholm 2021 broke all viewership records in CS:GO history with 71.269.601 hours watched throughout the event. It was AceZone's first showing at an esports event.

  • EA Games' Apex Legends

    In January 2022 EA Games used more than 180 A-Live headsets in the Apex Legends Global Series, where 60 players and 20 coaches competed at the main stage at the same time.

  • ESL Impact Season 1

    The finals of the ESL Impact Season 1 saw Nigma Galaxy claim their first trophy in Dallas, US. They have since then won four consecutive Impact titles in a row. An unbeatable team.

  • Psyonix' Rocket League

    At the Rocket League World Championship in 2022 Team BDS claimed 1st place and €600,000 after intense battles in Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, US.

  • First VR event for AceZone

    In Miami the VR Esports IVRL took center stage with a $35,000 price pool with Vortex VR crowned as champions. Rewatch the VR action from IVRL here.

  • The International 2022

    At Suntec Singapore and Singapore Indoor Stadium the 16 best Dota II teams fought for nearly $19,000,000 with Tundra Esports victorious in the end.

  • Red Bull Flick 2vs2 Finals

    In Copenhagen, Denmark the Red Bull Flick 2vs2 Invitational saw some of the best pro players and upcoming stars fighting for glory and fame.

  • BLAST Premier World Final

    At the Etihad Arena in Abu Dhabi, G2 Esports with HooXi leading the way secured a $500,000 win after a long dry spell without results.

  • Rainbow Six Invitational

    Ubisoft's annual Six Invitational acts as an informal World Cup, and in 2022 players competed for more than $3,000,000 spanning an event of 13 days of action.

  • BLAST.tv Paris Major 2023

    Vitality won their first CS:GO Major, with zonic and dupreeh taking home their 5th Major title, setting a record never to be beaten by a coach and a player.

  • FNCS Global Championship

    The Fortnite Champion Series 2023 Global Championship was the most watched Fortnite event in 4 years, with duo Cooper and Mero taking home $1,000,000 in prize money.

  • Supercell World Finals

    Supercell's Clash of Clans and Clash Royale League World Finals where the first events to use the analogue XLR version of AceZone's A-Live headset.