Robbie “Ghostclaw” Nakamura is a long time member of Teamliquid.net, as well as being a banling
and one of the original founding members of Liquipedia. His game knowledge stems from watching
and playing Brood War since the original rise of Nada. In addition to Starcraft, he also studies Electrical Engineering at UC Irvine, and specializes in building hybrid drive systems for racecars.
Timothy "shindigs" Young is the head organizer of the UC Irvine eSports club and the dedicated
streamer/caster for the UCI CSL team, along with co-casters ghostclaw, alia, and darrenc. His major contributions to eSports include watching streams on TeamLiquid without AdBlock and running into BOTH Artosis and Tasteless on his way to the bathroom at Blizzcon. He was also in very close proximity to SlayerS_'BoxeR'.
Wolf "Wolf" Schroder: "Hi, my name is Wolf, and I'm a StarCraft II commentator. I've been doing this for over a year now, and I have covered many well-known foreign tournaments. I'm also on the FXOpen e-Sports Team. I'm really excited to work with the CSL because I feel like it's a great way for StarCraft players to work together in a team environment not only online, but often face to face as well. "
Muny "Ratanak" Tram and "Cragus" are the co-founders and casters of Waterloo CSL TV. Ratanak
is enrolled in Mechatronics Engineering at Waterloo. As an Asian-Canadian, he eats rice and potatoes. Cragus is studying mechanical engineering. As a Dutch-Canadian, he eats pakoras with English stouts.
Dan "Frodan" Chou is a junior at the University of California San Diego. He first started casting to
stream the weekly games for UCSD's coordinator, Xeris. Since Starcraft 2 was released, he has studied the game day and night. During these CSL casts, he found an increased desire to further dive into the game. He does his best to play SC2 whenever he is not casting to understand the meta-game and offer different insight. He hopes to bring CSL entertaining and fun casts in the future and hopes that you guys tune in! "Be sure to say hi if you ever see me online
Mona "Hazelynut" Zhang is a proud member of the Princeton 2v2 team (5g speedling all the way!),
closet commentator, and CSL mother since 2009. And (hell), it's about time to dust off her commentating idol days to get pumped for CSL Playoff action! Season 4, 4ever.
Duran "Xeris" Parsi is known as That Guy Who Organizes Every SC2 Tournament. Ever. As a UCSD alum who shed a few manly tears in Season 3 when UCSD took the gold, Xeris is now reluctantly taking the backseat and not smurfing for his team this season. He'll be joining the CSL as commentator in addition to his role as a weekly reviewer in which teams bribe him for highlights.
Mark "DarthThienAn" Ha is a sophomore at Princeton and an "undefined" admin in the CSL (meaning he does all the work). Darth is well-known for 2-0'ing Haemonculus (using DTs), beating Duke's ace Terran (using proxy 4gate), and hosting the ever-so-popular CSL Starjeweled Tournament.
Kevin "CatsPajamas" Knocke is an aspiring eSports broadcaster, emphasizing on exciting play-
by-play commentary. He is thrilled to be casting the CSL. You can find him at http://youtube.com/
Mike "Adebisi" Van Driel grew up playing the original Starcraft and has been playing SC2 since he got a beta invite. He plays for Dalhousie University and has managed to not drop a 1v1 yet! He began casting a couple of months ago and is very excited to be casting for CSL, hopefully in the future as well, as he will be graduating soon and this is his eligible last season. Check out his YouTube and stream for more here: http://www.youtube.com/adebisistarcraft
Geoff "Incontrol" Robinson is no stranger to the community- he's a member of team EG, a coach for gosucoaching.com, and one of the main organizers of the new NASL. See more of him at http://www.justin.tv/incontroltv
Andre "Gretorp" Hengchua, analytical Terran and former Fnatic progamer turned NASL commentator, is joining the CSL because he loves Princeton kids and education. Watch out for his tutorials and streams, or you may learn too much.
Zach "Diggity" Smith is an experienced commentator, harkening back to the days of BroodWar,
including the earliest days of the CSL. He's well known for his work with SC2GG, GosuCoaching, and Reddit, and we're glad to have him returning for another season of the CSL!
Sean "Day" Plott needs no introduction, but here goes: formerly an A+ Brood War player, he has
become perhaps the world's most famous and most loved commentator, and after his spectacular finals cast last season, we couldn't miss the chance to have him back to cast this season's finals!