WePlay Esports has been appointed as the Ukrainian-language broadcasting studio of The International 2022 Regional Qualifiers. The qualifiers matches are to start already on September 3 and will last till September 17, 2022.
During this year’s Regional Qualifiers, the teams that took part in the third round of the 2022 Dota Pro Circuit Season and have not qualified for The International 2022 as the top 12 teams in DPC rankings will participate in the competition. 13 to 15 teams will compete in each of the six regions — North America, South America, China, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, and Southeast Asia — for the chance to get a direct invite to The International 2022. WePlay Esports will host the Ukrainian-language broadcasts of all the matches within the 2022 Regional Qualifiers.
Earlier this year, WePlay was responsible for the coverage of the BLAST Premier 2022 Spring Showdown and Final and the BLAST Premier 2022 Fall Groups in Ukrainian.
“We are happy to see how rapidly more and more esports tournament operators and organizations open up new opportunities for Ukrainian-speaking casters. The WePlay team is happy to be one of the first who takes part in the popularization of Ukrainian-language esports content among the audience, since the end of 2019.
The preparations for the Regional Qualifiers are already going at full steam, and we will do everything we can to make the viewer want to return to Ukrainian-language broadcasts,” says Oleh Humeniuk, CEO of WePlay Holding.
“Broadcasting the Regional Qualifiers for The International in Ukrainian is another important step for the continued development of Ukrainian esports. Parimatch is confident that Ukrainian-language content must be actively promoted, so the brand will proudly support the broadcasting of matches for Ukrainian Dota 2 fans. Also, cooperation with WePlay Esports is always about delivering a high-quality and powerful product.
We expect spectacular qualifiers for The International and are confident that the studio’s talent pool will produce vibrant and real emotions”, comments Stepan Shulga, head of esports at Parimatch.
In order not to miss the start of the broadcasts, subscribe to the following channels, where the official Ukrainian-language cast from WePlay Esports will run: 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 about the broadcast and the talent team 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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