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:
- 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)
“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
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