Half-Life TV, more commonly known as HLTV, was created by Valve Software in the summer 2001 and allows for the broadcasting of matches on the Half-Life engine. Games supported include Counter-Strike 1.6, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, Day of Defeat, Team Fortress Classic and Natural Selection.
SourceTV spectators are invisible to players and can't interact with the running game in any way. The camera view in SourceTV is controlled by an auto-director AI or a human camera man. The broadcast is usually delayed by a certain amount of time. This ensures that the playing teams can't use SourceTV to get any usable information about their opponents.
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