It has been quite some time since ReDeYe last commentated at a CS: GO tournament but this upcoming weekend sees his return to the caster desk at the FACEIT finals in Milan.
The FACEIT Season 2 LAN Finals will run from October 24-26 as part of Milan Games Week fair.
6 teams, four from Europe and 2 from North America will be battling it out for a chance to win a chunk of the $50,000 prize pool.
ReDeYe will be joining an all star cast with host SirScoots and casting team lurppis, ddk, JZFB, cadiaN and Thorin.
For more information on groups and schedules, click here.
ReDeYe will return to hosting the desk for DOTA2 this week as he leads an all star cast at ESL One New York City. The event takes place at the legendary venue of Madison Square Garden Theatre on October 9th and 10th 2014.
The teams have been qualifying from all over the world and with only 8 spots, competition has been fierce to get to NYC.
All of the details can be found on the official ESL One website.
ReDeYe joins The Late Game to discuss all things SC2 including player unions, balance issues, free to play models and the real story behind the ‘what an idiot’ incident.
This coming Saturday 27th September at 2pm, ReDeYe will be on the Twitch stand at EGX London, giving a talk and a Q&A on the subject of shoutcasting and esports broadcasting. Make sure you guys are there !
EGX London offers visitors the opportunity to play the biggest console & PC games before they’re released. Our developer sessions will bring attendees face-to-face with leading designers as they present their brand new games.
Plus they have tournaments, indie games, cosplay, a retro zone, board games and loads more. What’s not to like? Join them this September for the biggest EGX ever!
Tickets for EGX London 2014 are now on sale here!
In other important news, this website now has a new manager, Amine “WurzGG” El Ouarzazi who will be making sure the site is up to date and has plenty of news on what ReDeYe is up to. You can follow him on Twitter here.
A hour one special conducted by Thorin with ReDeYe on his thoughts about hosting, commentary and lots of other esports topics.