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MYTHICAL ESPORTS

Mythical Esports is a growing community of gamers created by gamers created to get together, have fun and hold eSports tournaments. Currently specializing in Rocket League and with their plan to expand their reach, I assisted in developing assets for their full re-brand. 

Working off of a logo, color scheme and fonts developed by another artist, I utilized their logo's shape to design a unique circle theme—an uncommon motif in eSports. 


Working with their original limited color palette of a dark red, cool-toned black and almost-white, I proposed a dark and light theme. 

The light was decided as the clear winner, along with my suggestions to add pure white and a mid-toned gray as minor detail colors in the palette. 


TWITTER & TWITCH ASSETS

TWITTER HEADER

STAFF TWITTER HEADER TEMPLATES

Templates for Mythical staff members, with an optional dark version. 

TWITCH PROFILE HEADER

TWITCH BUTTONS


TWITCH STREAM ASSETS

"WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK" SCREENS

Two versions of "We'll Be Right Back" screens: One with the option to have video playback, and one without.

"STREAM STARTING SOON" SCREENS

Two versions of "Stream Starting Soon" screens: One with the option to have video playback, and one without.

"COMING UP NEXT" SCREENS

Rocket League team logos used as an example. Two versions of "Coming Up Next" screens: One with the option to have logos, and one without.

CASTER SCREENS

Caster videos from Rival Esports used as an example. Spaces left in the bottom and left sidebars for optional content. The top left Mythical Esports logo is a placeholder meant for a tournament logo.

XPANELS

Various configurations for side and bottom panels. Requirements were to have options for team logos and scores, as well as space for extra information and sponsorships. 

GAME UI

Game score elements: one version with the team names, logos and score on top, one version with the names on the top left side. Other requirements included having space for sponsorship logos and Matcherino donations.

The final assets given to the client included versions with and without space for team logos, with and without team colors as well as versions for the team colors to be on either side.

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