WePlay AniMajor Ukrainian-speaking talent crew is announced
The names of Ukrainian-speaking presenters, casters, and analysts of the second Major of the current DPC season are known.
The WePlay Esports media holding company has announced the roster of talents for the Ukrainian-language WePlay AniMajor broadcast, which will be organized in partnership with the Ukrainian Esports Federation (UESF). The Ukrainian casters team, UcAst will participate in the show.
WePlay AniMajor is to take place on June 2–13, 2021, at the WePlay Esports Arena Kyiv. The total prize pool of the tournament is $500,000, and 2,700 DPC points are also on the line.
Ukrainian-speaking talent crew:
- Oleksii “yXo” Maletskyi
Casters and analysts
- Andrii “violinUA” Yatsiuk
- Roman “DoubleEspresso” Hubin
- Vladyslav “JUSTICE” Bahan
- Bogdan “sadEAST” Erlich
- Bohdan “Aelnis” Zaverukha
- Vladislav “Maimeik Luzan
- Yevhenii “TaiTake” Pakholiuk
- Oleg “Feaver” Skarzhinsky
- Roman “bamb1notv” Zhura
“WePlay AniMajor is a great event not only for WePlay Esports but also for the country as a whole. Hosting a tournament of such caliber is a huge deal for fans and esports enthusiasts all over the world. I hope that the fun and the quality of the broadcast will make this event unforgettable for the Ukrainian-speaking audience,” says Oleksii “yXo” Maletskyi, WePay AniMajor Ukrainian-speaking host.
“The development of Ukrainian-language broadcasts is one of the main tasks for all market players. The audience should be progressively introduced to high-quality content in Ukrainian, and we should promote and foster new talent from Ukraine. This case, like esports in general, will become an important tool for popularizing the Ukrainian language among young people and Ukrainian casters, which can push them to improve their knowledge of their native language. In the future, thanks to joint efforts with our partners at WePlay Esports and other companies, we plan a lot of fun national and international events, which will become an additional incentive for creating high-quality Ukrainian-language content,” says Ivan Danishevsky, Head of the Board UESF.
Source: Eastern European Gaming