to be overly brief, the euro production silos were kinda formed due to personal friction between organisers (x won't work with y etc), and partly due to different aims (essentials wanted to do more out-of-the-box stuff and actively try to attract sponsors, Kritzkast wanted CPG to fill in a void left by Deutschlan and be a HL hub). Phoenix red (cpg production)/essentials seem largely compatible at the moment but neither understandably wants to relinquish control over each of their respective events.
it's easy to say that everyone should work together and combine the reach of TFTV with the tech of phoenix red with the prestige of insomnia but I don't see that working out any time soon.
RGL is kinda different because they're a league - owning both a league and coverage of the league gives them much more weight with sponsors and is more typical in esports.
MitchAt the same time, I like that it's creating healthy competition for casting organisations (RGL vs. TFTV, TFLIVE vs. cpTV, ETF vs. KK)there is like a 95% overlap on people working on each of these channels. its all the same people but a different name. there is basically no competition at all
there's still some 'competition', because multiple orgs have different tech despite the same people helping develop each one, and a bunch of work is duplicated several times each year which stifles each event. it's not real competition because each event struggles to focus on its own shit without trying to overtake other events.
Also, why are there only 3 6s games from CPH 2019 (and none from 2018 ?) uploaded to the channel when I'm pretty sure much more were streamed (like the Grand Final for instance).
you should go looking for i65 vods :)