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The most influential
Male Caster

Muhammad Farouq "Flava"

(Malaysia)

Dota 2 caster, Esports News Anchor (FYP Weekly), Malaysia Esports Players Association, Content Lead (SEA Gamer Mall) Muhammad Farouq Bin Abdul Patah, also known as "FLAVA"​ in the international world of esports, is an Honors graduate in the American Degree Program (ADP) under Upper Iowa University (UIU), Majoring in Communications and Psychology.

Flava is the Director of Communications for the Malaysia Electronic Sports Federation (MESF), and a content creator for SEA Gamer Mall (SEAGM) in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and Free Fire esports titles. He started his esports career in early 2012 as the very first esports commentator and shoutcaster in Malaysia.

He has done Dota 2 commentaries alongside world-renowned talents such as David Parker (GodZ), Owen Davies (ODPixel), Jorien van der Heijden (Sheever), Andrew "Zyori"​ Campbell and many others, including the regional matches for esports tournament TI (The International Dota 2), which has a total cumulative prize pool of over US$177 Million / RM 736 Million to-date since its inception. Now, he is engaged as a professional esports caster, host, and emcee in Malaysia and Southeast Asia region such as the World Electronic Sports Games (WESG) South-East Asia (SEA) 2018 and 2019 by Alisports, the sports arm of Alibaba Group and Agrimind, Malaysia Cyber Games (MCG) by Suara Anak Muda 1 Malaysia and Tune Advertising, and the Esports Industry Professional Conference (EPIC) 2019 by Perak State Government and Pusat Aspirasi Anak Perak (PASAK). He has also organized and hosted the SEA Games Manila 2019 Esports Athletes Flag-Off at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC), the esports segment for LEVEL UP Biz 2019, and LEVEL UP Play 2019 / 2020 by Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC).

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(Dota2, SEA)

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Jeancarlo GAMARRA ANTONIO "Nois"

(Peru)

Jeancarlo Hernan "Nois" Gamarra Antonio is a Spanish-language caster from Peru.
He is passionate about video games, especially Dota 2, who found an opportunity in a contest called The New Caster Second Edition. With this, he made his debut in Movistar Liga Pro Gaming Season 10. Later, he had participated in ESL ONE Fall 2021. He presented in all the seasons of the DPC of Western Europe and North America as Spanish Caster.

He was the main caster at ESL One Stockholm Major. He was the main caster at ESL One Malaysia 2022. And finally, he had the great opportunity to be part of The International 2022 as an analyst.

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(Dota2, Spanish)

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SirCloud

(Malaysia)

Andrew "Sir_Cloud" Cheong is a Malaysian esports commentator for League of Legends: Wild Rift.  Andrew "Sir_Cloud" Cheong (born July 12, 1986) is a Malaysian professional PUBG Mobile, Valorant, Wild Rift and Dota 2 Caster. He also works as an analyst for the PUBG Mobile team CRIT VIP. Sir_Cloud is a gaming hype caster and enjoys being highly engaged with audiences on stream.

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(League of Legends: Wild Rift)

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Bek Bek

(Philippines)

Aiman "BekBek" Arabain is a professional Filipino caster, analyst and host for PUBG PC and PUBG Mobile. BekBek is a graduate in BS Medical Technology in Far Eastern University - Manila, and went to pursue Esports casting after a debut in the YEAH International League 2020. They now considered BekBek as an esports personality who is providing content creation and broadcasting for FPS games especially PUBG Mobile & PC through partners and events with two years of experience in the gaming and esports industry with dedicated skills in esports marketing.

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(PUBGM)

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Male Caster

Benjamin "Bkop" Kopilow

(US)

(Dota2)

Benjamin Kopilow began his career as a Dota 2 caster covering Tourr Captains Draft League in August 2015. Shortly thereafter, he independently casted the JoinDota League and H-Cup, earning the recognition of Beyond The Summit. Bkop covered the DPL for quite some time, grinding out English coverage for the Chinese region. He have been the commentator for many notable events, such as
 

  • 2022-08-14  PGL Arlington Major 2022 (Tier 1) 

  • 2022-07-24 Riyadh Masters 2022 (Tier 1) 

  • 2021-09-10 OGA Dota PIT Invitational (Tier 1)     

  • 2021-04-04 ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021 (Tier 1) 

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Alex "Axeltoss" Rodriguez 

(US)

(Rocket League)

Alex "Axeltoss" Rodriguez is a StarCraft II player and commentator.

Having studied Communications and Journalism at Texas A&M, Axeltoss has been able to combine his goals in education with a long and experienced StarCraft casting career in both live and online events.

 

He moved to New York City in September 2012 to pursue a full-time job with Major League Gaming at their headquarters as a StarCraft II Commentator, Liaison, and content producer.

He has been the Host and Commentator for over 10 years. Most well known in Starcraft and Rocket League. Hosted World Championship events in Starcraft, RL, Halo, Forza, and Autochess. Won a PS5 in Super Impossible Road. He has been the Twitch and YouTube parter since 2011. He can play piano as well! 

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Chatchai "Nohimitsu" Chaichalermphot

(Thailand)

(Wild Rift)

Chatchai "Nohimitsu" Chaichalermphot is a Thai esports commentator and analyst.  He has been the  Official Shoutcaster on League of Legends (Thailand) Since 2017
and League of Legends Wild Rift Since 2020. He was the commentator in:

 

  • 2022-10-16 Snapdragon Pro Series 2022 APAC (A-Tier)

  • 2022-07-09 Icons Global Championship 2022 (S-Tier)

  • 2022-05-08 Champions Southeast Asia 2022 - Finals (A-Tier)

  • 2021-11-21 Horizon Cup 2021 (S-Tier)

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Dathan "Daks" Rosales

(Philippines)

(VALORANT/OW)

Originating from community weeklies and tournaments in Overwatch Daks is an expert on Philippine esports and community scenes, with extensive knowledge of Asia Pacific competition. Community experience ushered him into working on the Overwatch Open Division Pacific community circuit broadcast, which lead to sponsored trips as a representative to the Overwatch League Grand Finals 2018 and as the Head Coach of the Overwatch World Cup 2019 for Team Philippines. Moving then into Valorant, he was a pioneer of early community building since the closed beta as the head of broadcasting within the Valorant PH community. He has been part of the official English talent of the Valorant Champions Tour for the Philippines and Asia Pacific since its inception. 

He is also brought over to cast for official Filipino language broadcasts of Valorant Masters, Asia Pacific Last Chance Qualifiers, and Valorant Champions. Beyond the pro circuit, he has extensive knowledge in the Philippine collegiate circuit as a seasonal talent through AcadArena. Other career highlights include being the official caster for the 2019 Southeast Asian Games in the StarCraft 2 medal sport and working in the official circuits for Apex Legends (Apex Legends Global Series APAC South 2022-23) and PUBG Mobile (PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021 Filipino broadcast).

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Daniel Na "Gclef"

(US-Korean)

(Heroes of the Storm)

Freelance esports caster / commentator. (Prolonged Extension) Daniel Na is a Korean-American born caster, currently working on Heroes of the Storm game. He became a shoutcaster for the esports stadium after feeling the tremondous atmosphere in the Korean Yongsan eStadium. At University, he played CS:Source and SuddenAttack to pay for his tutition during univesity years. In his later years, he has casted for StarCraft, PUBG and then later Heroes of the Storm. He later changed into a shoutcaster and mainly worked in the English Casting team for HGC KR with Wolf Schröder as his partnering broadcasters.

 

  • 2020-2022     Crossfire Stars Int. NA/EU 2020, 2021, 2022 & 21 Grand Final @VSPN & Big Picture

  • 2020-2022     Epic Seven World Arena Championship 2021 2022 @Smilegate     

  • 2021-2022.    International Esports Festival: PUBG @IEF

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Faraz "Wildeity" Abro

(Pakistan)

(CS:GO)

Faraz "Wildeity" Abro is a Pakistani professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive commentator. He started as a semi-competitive player but quickly turned to casting after being introduced to a few local events within Pakistan. 


He works for Twitch and YouTube live streaming channels, and he was recently commentating for the Pinnacle Winter Series. He has commentated for nearly 40 internationally recognizable tournaments in the past 2 years. He has worked with notable brands such as Mountain Dew, Red Bull, Galaxy Racer and ESL to bring both Counter-Strike and Valorant tournaments to life - online, in studios and on LAN!

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Maxim "STARBOY" Fomin

(Russia)

(Rainbow Six)

Maxim "STARBOY" Fomin is a Russian PUBG Mobile esports analyst & host, works as a talent for more than five years. He is a former professional Rainbow Six Siege player & caster. Collaborated with all major CIS studios. He is the Official caster, analyst and host in PUBG Mobile, analyst and host in PUBG Mobile. In the two years at PUBG Mobile, he covered every major tournament in the game. In addition to mobile games, he worked on coverage of most major tournaments in CS:GO, Rainbow Six Siege and Warface.

  • 2023-01-08  PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2022 (S-Tier) Russian Commentator

  • 2022-02-14  PUBG Mobile Pro League - CIS Spring 2022 (A-Tier)  Analyst 

  • 2021-11-21  PUBG Mobile Star Challenge Europe 2021 (A-Tier) Russian Host

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Matthew "Dadum" A. Duma

(Philippines)

(Mobile Legends, League of Legends, Valorant and League of Legends: Wild Rift)

Freelance professional esports commentator currently part of KJC eSports and DoubleTap Games. Caster for Mobile Legends, League of Legends, Valorant and League of Legends: Wild Rift. Recently shoutcasted Yesports University League Wild Rift Tournament. have Matthew Duma as one of our shoutcaster and official streamer for the Red Cloud Interactive AKATSUKI CUP. Dadum is a Shoutcaster from San Pablo City, Laguna. His enthusiasm and prowess when it comes to both streaming and shoutcasting is something we should look forward to.

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John Pritchard

(Philippines)

(Valorant)

"JohnPee" or John Pritchard is a British analyst, broadcaster and host.

With a background in performing arts and musical theatre, John is plenty comfortable with a microphone in hand. John started his career in esports at the age of 16 as an amatuer competitive Call of Duty player, before making the natural switch to hosting and commentating on events. Since then, John's bright and cheerful personality has shone, as he made a name for himself in the pro battle royale scene. He's also stage-hosted MCM Comic Con and worked eith razer hosting their stage at Insomnia Gaming Festival, entertaining the crowd and having a blast the whole weekend. He has also landed himself a role on Ginx Esports TV as a weekly presenter on three shows a week.

He’s broadcasted to millions worldwide on Sky and Virgin Media TV in the UK, and is the on-hand Fortnite expert for North American and Canadian television channel Heads Up Daily, broadcast on Supper Channel and Ginx Esports TV Canada.

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