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Commentator/Caster Tryouts For Upcoming Tournament
« on: May 15, 2018, 12:23:12 pm »
There is a tournament coming up and I am in need of new caster/commentators. If you've ever wanted to try out casting live matches then this is your opportunity!

Here are some requirements:

•  You must speak fluent English.
You don't need to be an English major. Just fluent and not struggling with words.

•  Have a basic understanding of L4D2 and competitive mechanics.
You don't need to be high-tier, mid-tier, ect. You simply need to understand the basics.

•  You must be over 18.
There could possibly be exceptions to this rule. I just simply don't want kids voices.

•  You must have Discord & Mumble readily available.
I am still not sure which voice program will be used. Please also make sure your microphone is clear, and there are no risks of you disappearing in the middle of a tournament.

•  No politics, religion, or trash talk.
You can discuss it all you want off the stream, with friends, in steam chat. I don't care. Just don't bring it up during the tournament streams.

That's currently my only list of requirements. It's not much to ask.

I will be hosting live tryouts during the evenings when I get people interested. They will be recorded and viewed by others, so you need to make sure you are comfortable with speaking to an audience. I am generally very open to new casters, and have a lot of experience teaching.

If you're interested, please hit me up through the Official L4DNation Discord. Upon joining, you can DM(Direct Message) me:

If for whatever reason you can't get Discord working, then please hit me up on Steam as a last resort.

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