English ProLeague casters announced
Professional player mOOnGLaDe is joining Wolf and Brendan.
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Vincent Oh from IEG announced, just now, the English casters responsible for bringing SK Telecom StarCraft II Proleague 2014 to international audiences in a Team Liquid post. Australian professional player Andrew 'mOOnGLaDe' Pender, Wolf 'Wolf' Schröder, and Brendan Valdes will be casting the shortened season.
@ToDsc2 thanks man :D so stoked for this opportunity— Andrew Pender (@mOOnGLaDeau) December 27, 2013
Round one will start on January 29th, and the season will last eight months. All matches will take place in the NEXON e-sports Stadium.
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