We are all geared up to witness top-notch Dota 2 action from the best teams and players worldwide at the ESL One Stockholm Major, which is set to begin today.

With the first Dota 2 Major of the year finally taking place with a live audience, ESL has brought in an all-star cast of talents, with a combination of rising young stars and well-loved veterans that are set to entertain the fans throughout the tournament broadcast.

Stockholm Major 2022 talent roles explained

Stockholm Major English broadcast talent
Credit: ESL


These hosts will inform the audience of the upcoming matches, open discussions with the analysts, and keep the broadcast on schedule.


Analysts on the panel are always ready with top-notch information on the teams and their players, along with discussing the drafts of both sides. Analysts also serve as co-casters for some of the matches.


These fast-talking talents will explain what is happening during the games. They will share their in-depth knowledge about the game by breaking down what the players are doing and how the games are going.

Stockholm Major English broadcast

Stockholm Major 2022 English broadcast talent
Credit: ESL
Jorien “Sheever” van der Heijden
Jake “SirActionSlacks” Kanner
Ted “PyrionFlax” Forsyth
Owen “ODPixel” Davies
Ioannis “Fogged” Loucas
Shannon “SUNSfan” Scotten
Troels Lyngholt “syndereN” Nielsen
Avery “SVG” Silverman
Michelle “Moxxi” Song
Kevin “Purge” Godec
Robson “TeaGuvnor” Merritt
Andrew “Jenkins” Jenkins
Dominik “Lacoste” Stipić
Alvaro “AvoPlus” Sanchez Velasco
Richie “SeekNStrike” Garcia
Tal “Fly” Aizik
Mike “MLPDotA” Le Phoenix
John “johnxfire” Nathan Fernandez
Neal “tsunami” Khandheria
Austin “Cap” Walsh
Gabriel “Lyrical” Cruz

Fans can watch the Major live on ESL ONE’s official Twitch stream from May 12 to 22.

During the group stages, two additional streams will be broadcasting. You can find Stream B and Stream C here.

You can check out the upcoming playoff schedule and more information about the Stockholm Major here.

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