Broadcast Talent and Streams

Announcing the talent we’ll get to enjoy on camera next week at the ASUS ROG Summer 2019 StarCraft II Tournament, together with the list of partner streams covering the event on August 1-3, 2019.

StarCraft II makes a big return to Helsinki next week on August 1-3 as the ASUS ROG Summer 2019 tournament is right around the corner. For the past couple of weeks we’ve been revealing the player roster piece by piece but now it’s time to welcome the talented people who will steer us through the three days of competition. It’s our pleasure to announce the arrival of Hyunseon "Hajin" Park, James "Kaelaris" Carrol, Kevin "RotterdaM" van der Kooi, Benjamin "DeMusliM" Baker, and Yoan "ToD" Merlo to Helsinki! We would also like to introduce the men behind the scenes who will direct our in-game experience, the observers Igor "Indy" Kaczmarek and Kevin "MapuTV" Kremser.

Besides the mentioned lineup our desk will feature player guests providing more insights about the game. It’s always refreshing to hear opinions from the people who live by the rules of the game and know all the tiny details there are to master one of the hardest esports of all.

The tournament will go through 67 games during the three days of competition. That is far too many for just one stream to cover, but luckily the StarCraft II community is not lacking in awesome casters! We’ve partnered with multiple streams in different languages to cover as much of the action as possible. Check the full list of streams below.

Talent

  • Hajin - Stage Host
  • Kaelaris - Desk Host
  • RotterdaM - Commentator
  • DeMusliM - Commentator
  • ToD - Commentator
  • Indy - Observer
  • MapuTV - Observer

Main Stream

ROGTournament - English

Partner Streams

Where to watch

We have allocated stream to different groups so it's easier for you to know where your favorite player is playing.

Check out the: Streams Sheet

Farewell iNcontroL

It is with a heavy heart that we are bringing you news about talents when we are in the midst of mourning the loss of one of the greatest talents in the whole esports scene, Geoff "iNcontroL" Robinson, who passed away last weekend. Geoff will be missed by us all. Our deepest condolences to his family and friends.

More info

Read more about the tournament from the event page.