ATLANTA – Hawks Talon Gaming Club, the official NBA 2K League affiliate of the Atlanta Hawks, has announced that they will team with StreamRecap, a platform that builds video solutions that automate content creation and empower coaches in esports. Hawks Talon becomes the first NBA 2K League affiliate to announce a deal with StreamRecap.
As part of this effort, Hawks Talon GC will receive access to AI-powered instant highlights and a one-of-a-kind coaching suite which provides easier access for both Head Coach Wesley Acuff and the club’s players to review film and take notes in one central location.
“As we continue with remote gameplay, StreamRecap has been an integral part of our game preparation,” said Hawks Talon GC Head Coach Wesley Acuff. “When our team reviews film, we discuss a lot of topics. This platform provides us an opportunity to make the process much more efficient.”
Hawks Talon will join thousands of other amateur and pro esports teams from North America, Europe and Australia in using StreamRecap.
“We are thrilled to be working closely with Hawks Talon GC on tailoring our coaching tools to the needs of professional teams. These enhancements enable highly personalized and anytime, anywhere coaching for players in lieu of in-person reviews,” said StreamRecap CEO Karan Wadhera. “First with automatic highlights and now with our coaching suite, we’re excited to continue advancing technology in esports to the level of professional sports.”
Hawks Talon (4-8) will continue its remote gameplay throughout the remainder of the 2020 NBA 2K League regular season. The club returns to play two games next week. The first match against Hornets Venom GT, the official 2K League affiliate of the Charlotte Hornets, will occur at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 28. The second series will take place at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 31 against Cavs Legion, the official affiliate of the Cleveland Cavaliers. The games will continue to stream live on ESPN’s digital platforms and the league’s Twitch and YouTube channels.