DreamHack Stockholm 2014
I’m very happy to let you know that I will be attending DreamHack Stockholm 2014 tomorrow and Saturday, covering the event on behalf of Blizzard Entertainment as part of the Blizzard Streaming Zone.
This is a fun and interesting opportunity – as many of you know I have been behind the StarCraft II casting desk previously at DreamHack Bucharest (known as well for the appearance of the infamous Rapollo…) and thoroughly love it. This will be a different and challenging experience though, where not only will I be filming video content and interviews but writing blog updates and perhaps the odd audio interview as well.
The days will be long and it’s quite likely I’ll be editing content for upload into the early hours all weekend, but I’m looking forward to it a lot.
Your Ideas for Content and Interviews from DreamHack Stockholm
What I’d love to hear from you is your wants and suggestions for content coming out of DreamHack Stockholm that might be something you don’t normally see. There are plenty of superstars attending and I’m sure I’ll be speaking to a fair number of them – who in particular do you want to hear the story of, or even ask a specific question to? Which behind-the-scenes staff member do you want people to know about the most? Are there any parts of the venue you want to see photographed or perhaps have a walking tour of? What about written content – what are the stories that YOU want to see followed throughout the tournament?
Please let me know your thoughts in the comments section of this post. I will be looking whenever I can, and I’ll be aiming to capture as much as possible of the side of DreamHack Stockholm that you want to see and hear about.
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2 comments on “JoRoSaR at DreamHack Stockholm 2014”
I’d like to see a little focus on the observer(s) – Funka is it? Anyway, some questions, maybe:
– How does the obs react to the casters? Does he focus on what they’re talking about, or look on the game for the things they might be missing?
– What games (allins/ macro/ etc) are the hardest to focus on? Is multi-pronged aggression easy to miss? Does he have an idea what certain players will do? Who are his fave/ worst players to obs? Fave worst race? Fave worst/map?
– I’m sure you can think of some more.
Keep up the great work!
As the South East Asia Representatives, I need you to find, PiG, Livibee and Blysk together and grill them on there time being in Europe. SEA Fighting!!!