No sooner has he finished hosting IEM Cologne, but ReDeYe will be in action again this week with more hosting duties, this time hosting alongside sjokz once again out in Singapore for the Intel Extreme Masters. This time around it’s both Starcraft 2 and League of Legends where Paul will be once again joined by a huge contingent of talent to broadcast both tournaments to the world.
This will be Paul’s second event and third time in Singapore since 2005, scene of one of his favourite tournaments ever at the WCG finals.
You can get all of the details of the tournament, schedule and streams over at www.intelextrememasters.com with some awesome players and teams in action, it is bound to be an exciting weekend of esports.
As a side note, this will be Paul’s final tournament event of 2013 after a long an exhausting year which started with trips to Poland, Brazil and Las Vegas. In all, Paul will have hosted or commentated at 27 events in 9 different countries and completed more than 100 TV shows in the same time, by far his busiest year since starting in 2002.
2014 will also celebrate his 10th anniversary of attending international tournaments having first attended WCG back in 2004.
Next stop for ReDeYe after hosting Blizzcon is IEM Cologne in his home city. He will be co-hosting with his colleague sjokz as they bring you League of Legends action over a two day period with some of the best teams in the world in attendance for the first time since the Worlds almost 2 months ago.
Alongside Paul are the following awesome talent:
You can follow the entire show on ESL TV on November 23rd and 24th – a rough schedule can be found below.
Please note that these times are estimates and changes as well as delays are possible.
All other information, such as the prize purse, teams participating and updated schedules can be found on the tournament page.
In a huge piece of news for ReDeYe, he has been announced as the official stage host for the WCS global finals held at Blizzcon 2013. The event marks the first time ReDeYe will attend an event he has listed as one of the most prestigious events in gaming and is exceptionally proud to have been chosen by Blizzard for the role of stage host.
The event features the top 16 players in the Starcraft 2 world rankings battling for $250,000 in prize money (the largest in SC2 history) with a huge $100k first prize and title of World Champion 2013 up for grabs too.
Paul will headline an all star cast including commentators Apollo, Artosis, Tasteless, MrBitter, Rotterdam and Day9 as well as djWHEAT, ToD and InControl who will be on the expert desk. He will also be reunited with his co-host/intervew buddy from WCS season 2 finals Chobra.
The tournament runs for just two days on 8th and 9th November 2013 and will be broadcasted on the WCS portal for free at www.starcraf2.com/wcs for everyone to tune in, don’t miss a single second!
This weekend will see the return of the RaidCall EMS One grand finals, live from Cologne in the ESL TV studios. ReDeYe will once again be in attendance, however his job role has changed a little. For this final, he will not be commentating as in previous events but instead stepping in to his other role of show host.
Details on the show below which include 8 of the top teams in the world and 4 fantastic commentators alongside.
* Saturday, 26th of October: 12:00 CEST – Group A
* Saturday, 26th of October: 17:00 CEST – Group B
* Sunday, 27th of October: 12:00 CET – Decider Matches of Grp A/B
* Sunday, 27th of October: 15:00 CET – Semi Finals
* Sunday, 27th of October: 20:00 CET – Grand Final
Over the following weekend, our intrepid host and commentator will head to New York City after a long gap of events in the big apple. ReDeYe will be hosting the main stage at ComicCon for the Intel Extreme Masters return to New York for the first time in two years.
Once again, the event will streamed and produced by ESL TV and you can find all the details to tune in to some great Starcraft 2 action below:
The first Stage and thus the first matches of the tournament at New York Comic Con will be played out in the afternoon of Thursday, October 10th. With both brackets being played out simulatenously, the matches on that day are scheduled to begin at 3:30 PM, EST (GMT-4 / CEST-6) and finish around 9:00 PM, EST (GMT-4 / CEST-6). These matches will determine the final four players in Stage 2.
Stage 2 will kick off on Friday, October 11th at 10:30 AM, EST (GMT-4 / CEST-6). The first four matches of Group A & B are played in the first half of the day, while the second half of the day will show the first four matches of Group C & D. The final match of every group will then be played out on October 12th, also starting at 10:30 AM EST (GMT-4 / CEST-6), directly followed by the four quarter finals. This means that the first four competitors in the quarterfinals are determined on October 11th, while the other four are determined on October 12th.
The semifinal and grandfinal will then be played out on the last day of the event, October 13th. With an event start at 10:30, the first semifinal is scheduled to start at 11:00 AM EST (GMT-4 / CEST-6), while the grand final will start at approximately 2:45 PM EST (GMT-4 / CEST-6)
Thursday, October 10th 2013
Friday, October 11th 2013
Saturday, October 12th 2013
Sunday, October 13th 2013
Our main stream will lead you through the matches from October 10 to 13 and will provide you with the most exciting content live from the venue – player interviews, raffles, presentations and selected matches as well as the entirety of our bracket matches will be shown on our ESL TV stream.
Hosts and Commentators
The MLG commentators Alex ‘Axeltoss’ Rodriguez and Nick ‘Axslav’ Ranish will be providing a second stream during Thursday, Friday and Saturday so you don’t miss a single thing! They will be joined by the occasional guest commentator and player for analysis throughout the three days!
Stream A, ESL TV
Stream B, MLG