Commentators for WCS Europe Season 3 announced
With the World Championship Series Europe Season 3 finals just around the corner, we are pleased to announce our commentator and hosting line up for the Round of 16 shows, September 24th to 27th, and the Ro8 shows, October 5th and 6th.
In control of hosting WCS Europe
Paul 'ReDeYe' Chaloner will return to host the Ro16 shows. Due to family arrangements however Paul could not be with us for the finals weekend. As a result, we are really excited to announce that Geoff 'iNcontroL' Robinson from Evil Geniuses will be joining us as the host for the Ro8 onwards. Four shows will take place next week between Tuesday and Friday featuring the best 16 players of the WCS Europe Season 3.
Commentary will once again be provided by ESL TV’s Shaun 'Apollo' Clark and James 'Kaelaris' Carrol. We are thrilled to announce that joining them will be the former Warcraft 3 World Champion and WCS Premier League star Manuel 'Grubby' Schenkhuizen.
Grubby will also be staying on for the final weekend that takes place on October 5th and 6th, featuring all of the quarterfinals, semifinals and the final of WCS Europe Season 3.
The WCS Commentary Lineup
Shaun 'Apollo' Clark - Ro16 Commentator
James 'Kaelaris' Carrol - Ro16 Commentator
Manuel 'Grubby' Schenkhuizen - Ro16 Commentator
Paul 'ReDeYe' Chaloner - Ro16 Host
Shaun 'Apollo' Clark - Ro8 Commentator
James 'Kaelaris' Carrol - Ro8 Commentator
Manuel 'Grubby' Schenkhuizen - Ro8 Commentator
Geoff 'iNcontroL' Robinson - Ro8 Host
Tickets for WCS Europe Ro16 + Finals at ESL Studio OneTickets to attend the shows are still available, but going fast so make sure you get your tickets. Be our guest and join us in ESL Studio One for the Round of 16 and finals. Visit us in Cologne, enjoy free drinks and watch the players competing for a playoff spot live in the ESL TV studios. Head over to wcseurope.eventbrite.com, where you'll find more information. Get updates for our ESL TV Studio and ESL Arena shows immediately via @esltv_tickets.
The players will once again be in the studio in Cologne and available to fans who attend the shows. With some of the world's best players involved including MC, ForGG, MMA, ThorZaIN & defending champion duckdeok, the final season of WCS Europe in 2013 promises to be highly exciting. With places in the Blizzcon Top 16 still up for grabs, players will be trying their hardest to secure as many points as possible in the chase for a place in the Global Finals at BlizzCon in November.
To learn more about the StarCraft II WCS, stay up to date on the top point earning players, as well as all the latest show dates and times, visit StarCraft2.com/WCS.
pille, Friday, 20/09/13 16:03
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