Austin Talent

With barely two weeks left to the anticipated tournament in Austin, Texas, we’re ready to reveal the broadcast talent that will make the next DreamHack ASTRO Open an unforgettable experience.

As we move closer to upcoming clash on American soil with 8 CS:GO teams competing for a $100,000 prize purse, we’ve teamed up with 8 professionals, old and new, that are no strangers to scene.

With a majority of the line-up hailing from North America, but still with a little touch of Europe, DreamHack ASTRO Open is aiming to give the both American crowd and watchers online a weekend of amazing CS:GO games.

Alex “Machine” Richardson – Desk Host
Pala “Mantrousse” Gilroy Sen – Host & Interviews
Halvor “vENdetta” Gulestøl – Analyst
Eric “adreN” Hoag – Analyst
Dustin “dusT” Mouret – Commentator
John “BLU” Mullen – Commentator
Mohan “launders” Govindasamy – Commentator
Sam “DaZeD” Marine – Commentator

What’s next?

We will be releasing the groups tomorrow so make sure to check in for that! Also, we will release full schedule information with times so you can tune in to watch your favourite teams play.

Watch CS:GO Live!

DreamHack Austin will go down through April 28th – April 30th and everybody knows that the best way to watch an esport tournament is live! The only thing you need to enjoy DreamHack ASTRO Open is a valid entrance ticket and you can find them here.

If you’re not going to make it to Austin we will be streaming the show on multiple platforms live online, links to these will be provided shortly.

Stay updated on social media

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