2022

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Qualifier matches will start on September 3, so it’s time to announce the talent crew that will work on the official Ukrainian-language broadcast from WePlay Esports.

During the Regional Qualifiers, teams in each of the six regions – North America, South America, China, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, and Southeast Asia – will compete for a direct invitation to this year’s biggest Dota 2 event, The International 2022. The Regional Qualifiers will start on September 3 and run until September 17.

The teams from Eastern Europe and South America will be the first to join the fight: Eastern Europe matches will start at 8 a.m. CEST, and South America will enter the game at 4 p.m. CEST. WePlay Esports will be responsible for the Ukrainian-language broadcast of all Regional Qualifiers matches.

The Ukrainian-speaking talent team of The International 2022 Regional Qualifiers:

The Ukrainian-speaking talent team of The International 2022 Regional Qualifiers. Зображення: WePlay Holding

The Ukrainian-speaking talent team of The International 2022 Regional Qualifiers. Зображення: WePlay Holding

  • Alexander “DkPhobos” Kucheria (Twitter)
  • Yaroslav “Tekcac” Petrushyn (Twitter)
  • Alexei “Travka” Trofymenko (Twitter)
  • Oleksii “yXo” Maletskyi (Twitter)
  • Andrew “Ghostik” Kadyk (Twitter)
  • Bogdan “sadEAST” Erlich (Twitter)
  • Andrii “violinUA” Yatsiuk (Twitter)
  • Roman “Telpecarne” Shevchuk (Twitter)
  • Yuriy “Strike” Tereshchenko (Twitter)
  • Vladyslav “JUSTICE” Bahan
  • Oleg “Feaver” Skarzhinsky (Twitter)
Anton Tokarev, lead esports manager at WePlay Esports. Photo: WePlay Holding

Anton Tokarev, lead esports manager at WePlay Esports. Photo: WePlay Holding

The first tournament our team broadcast in Ukrainian was the WePlay! Bukovel Minor back in 2020. Now we are happy to continue this tradition of hosting Ukrainian-language broadcasts, especially in times when our culture needs strong support. Ukrainian broadcasting has made a long way that took many years to get to this point — from small amateur streams for a few people to the official Ukrainian-language broadcast of the main esports tournament of the year!
We have gathered a strong team of talents with many years of experience commentating in Ukrainian. However, we still have a lot of great surprises in store for the audience. Therefore, we recommend that you follow the announcements very closely — it’s going to be great! Support Ukrainian and listen in Ukrainian!” shares Anton Tokarev, lead esports manager at WePlay Esports.

The broadcasts will run on the following channels: Twitch Channel 1, Twitch Channel 2, Twitch Channel 3, and Twitch Channel 4. The official partner of the Ukrainian-language broadcast is Parimatch.

More news will be announced on WePlay Esports’ official website and social media pages: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

Source: WePlay Holding Press Office

Contact information for media outlets:
press@weplayholding.com
https://weplayholding.com/press-room/

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Source: WePlay Holding Press Office

Contact information for media outlets:

press@weplayholding.com
weplayholding.com/press-room