The idea is making replays of StarCraft II matches available on the internet as in much faster and much more powerful way.
*YouTube is quite advanced as in showing statistics of videos and thus this system could simply retrieve data from the replay log to display current statistics in the match.
*Since it is the biggest online streaming server I wouldn't be surprised if this could considerably widen up the e-sport frontier around the world as it makes it quite damn well accessible.
*Considering that these replay files are relatively quite low file-size-wise I would presume that this shouldn't be a problem. No longer do players have to upload hundreds of megabytes but instead just a couple of megabytes thus saving a lot of time and effort. Save, Upload, Done.
PS: No poor quality videos^^
*As for observer mode. In my opinion basically you'll watch the match as if you were an observer ingame. Basically it'll load what you want to watch and since it isn't exactly just a video it won't require much resources neither to stream it all. Think about it as a Flash based game where you're a powerless observer.
*EDIT: Again, the idea is not to use any client at all. The idea is that everything will be online driven and accessible from anywhere on any device you'd like. And even be watchable from a TV connected to a console which can access the internet. What about watching a match in HD on your TV screen? ._.
What do you guys think about the idea? Sorry if it has been mentioned before.
Poll: Upload StarCraft II Replays to YouTube?