BluScale, Otomo, Ares, and wingblade are the casters who agreed to work at the russian Dota 2 tournament organized by the russian government

Сергій Таран

Today, the "games of the future" tournament started, with a Dota 2 tournament taking place. The competition is also being covered in English, and the broadcasts are being hosted by well-known commentators and analysts.

The Australian Ares, who was a commentator at two The Internationals (2022 and 2023), is present at the streams. The Dutchman wingblade, who has worked at ESL tournaments and recently actively covered BetBoom Dacha events, also comments on the "games of the future".

The list of casters also includes BluScale and Otomo, both of whom have worked at various tournaments, including ESL tournaments.

Earlier, one of the leading Ukrainian Dota 2 telegram channels Pango with Javelin shared information that English-speaking commentators received outsized offers for working on "games of the future."

The "games of the future" were created at the initiative of the russian government. It is stated that 3.6 billion rubles have been allocated for this project.

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