It’s finally time to let it all out for the Lima Major.

The first-ever Dota 2 Major in Peru and South America — one of the game’s most passionate fanbases — it’s little wonder that EPULZE is going all out with its broadcast talent, which the tournament organizer announced today.

Dota 2 fans will be seeing Jorien “Sheever” van der Heijden for the first time this season. The Dutch favorite was conspicuously missing from Tour 1 of the Dota Pro Circuit, but will be back doing what she does best in Lima, along with Neal “Tsunami” Khandheria and Sean “Snare” Rihlamvu.

Other popular casters including Owen “ODPixel” Davies, Shannon “SUNSfan” Scotten, and Troels Lyngholt “syndereN” Nielsen will be on remote broadcast — which likely means they will be present through the group stage, but will not appear for the LAN event.

Lima Major talents for the English broadcast

Lima Major English broadcast talent
Credit: Epulze
Neal “Tsunami” Khandheria
Jorien “Sheever” van der Heijden
Sean “Snare” Rihlamvu
Rikard “skrff” Holm Melin
Andrew “Jenkins” Jenkins
Mira “Ephey” Riad
Alexandra “Sheepsticked” Roberts
Clinton “Fear” Loomis
Filipe “Astini” Astini
Kevin “Purge” Godec
Chan “WinteR” Litt Binn
Carlos “The Azathoth” Rios
Ioannis “Fogged” Loucas
Dominik “Lacoste” Stipić
Gareth “Gareth” Bateson
Alvaro “Avo+” Sanchez Velasco
Richie “SeekNStrike” Garcia
Avery “SVG” Silverman
Austin “Cap” Walsh
Trent “Trent” MacKenzie
Gabriel “Lyrical” Cruz
Dota 2 Lima Major remote talent
Credit: Epulze
Owen “ODPixel” Davies
Shannon “SUNSfan” Scotten
Troels Lyngholt “syndereN” Nielsen
Tim “Dktruman” de Lange
Gustavo “Bowie” Mattos
Mike “MLPDotA” Le Phoenix
John “johnxfire” Nathan Fernandez

Where to watch the Lima Major?

You can watch the Lima Major on EPULZE’s official Twitch and YouTube streams.

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