The Pro Tournament Organizers Headset

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  • Esports Events Solution
  • Engineered for Live Tournaments
  • Admin Detection System
  • Best-in-class Noise Cancelling
  • Fighter Jet Tech Microphone
  • Handcrafted with Premium Materials

The A-Live headset is an advanced version of the AceZone A-Rise headset. It comes with a built-in admin detection system and is expertly engineered for pro tournaments and esports events.

A-Live is available in both a USB version and an analogue XLR version for mixer solutions.



  • to Solve a challenge for the esports industry


    "AceZone took on the mission to solve a challenge for the esports industry that no other peripheral or audio manufacturer previously had dared to do. We're very pleased with the outcome that is now broadly known as the A-Live headset, being used in a variety of tournament environments at ESL FACEIT GROUP."

    Marc Winther, Head of Game Ecosystems, EFG



    “Pulling off any live esport event, let alone a Battle Royale such as Apex with 60 players competing at the same time, is full of technical and logistical challenges. There’s simply nothing better on the market than the AceZone A-Live in delivering crystal clear game audio and in-game comms while isolating players from event noise, which is why we’re using them for the Apex Legends Global Series.”

    Shahin Kanafchian, Partnerships, EA

  • the highest level of tournament integrity


    "The AceZone headsets are simply superb. The incredible noise cancellation means they are already unrivalled but the continued interaction with the admin detection system to improve the tournament integrity and player experience on an ongoing basis is what really sets them apart. We love working with them and the comfort they give us that we’re operating at the highest level of tournament integrity"

    Andrew Haworth, VP Ecosystems, BLAST

3 Challenges at

esports events

In an arena packed full of cheering fans, players competing on-stage struggle to communicate with each other using normal headsets.

1. Headset Microphones

Pick Up Ambient Noise

Players are rightly frustrated when their headset microphones pick-up crowd noise and commentators' voices, and muddle this with team comms. What's worse is they hear this noise twice: through their teammates' microphones and the poor damping on their own headset.

2. Insufficient

Passive Damping

Players can struggle to hear important in-game sound cues, and even their own teammates, due to arena noise when playing on stage. Headsets with insufficient isolation allow arena noise into the headset and can lead to players not receiving game-breaking information, as they can hear the live commentary in the arena whilst playing on stage.

3. Ineffective


Currently event operators have no equipment they can turn to, in order to fix the aforementioned issues. This leads to events distancing players from fans, using costly soundproofed cages and dialing back production value, all of which damage the online and in-person fan experience. However ultimately, these solutions fall short on all fronts: competitive integrity, fan engagement and operational overheads.

advanced hybrid noise


Created with esports events in mind, the A-Live headset features world-class passive damping with the world's only Advanced Hybrid ANC designed specifically for gaming, a combined solution helping esports athletes concentrate and perform at esports events. Read more about AceZone's technology here.

Fighter jet communication technology

We have partnered with Terma, a Danish state of the art defence technology company having the only operationally fielded Active Noise Reduction headset for fighter aircraft. Terma’s audio solution is being used by U.S. and Danish F-16 pilots to be able to concentrate and hear threats while flying at speeds faster than sound. AceZone is now introducing this audio technology to be used in the gaming and esports communities.