The Story Mob is thrilled to be the communication partner of some of the best broadcast talent in esports. We work closely with influencers, analysts, casters and hosts to help them build and articulate their own values, connect them to the right media and elevate their personal brand. If you’re looking for experienced brand ambassadors and narrators who speak directly to the esports fan audience, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a snapshot of our current talent partners.
Host of some of the biggest stages in esports history, including Dota 2’s The International and multiple CS:GO Majors, Machine got his start at the tender age of 16, casting Call of Duty tournaments from home. After graduating college in the UK,
he worked for ESL in Cologne as a commentator across multiple games before earning his place as the go-to desk and stage host for top-tier CS:GO tournaments. With over 15 different games covered over his career, Machine is a flexible and experienced broadcaster who can take on multiple on-camera roles. He’s also known for his positive, conversational style, bringing out the
best in competitors and fellow analysts.
As one of CS:GO’s most significant voices, Anders is recognized by peers and fans as one of the most prolific casters in the game’s history. Getting his start in 2013 in his native Denmark, Anders was approached by Ninjas in Pyjamas to be the face of NiPTV along with his co-caster Semmler. Since the beginning of his career, Anders has casted 11 out of 12 CS:GO Majors and worked on every season of TBS’ ELEAGUE. In 2015, he set up Room on Fire, an international group of top-tier casters and analysts. Pioneering a strategic, indepth style of casting for Counter-Strike, Anders has also worked on original creative content for Blast Pro series and hosts his own show (Theorycraft) which examines the metagame of tactics and tricks in CS:GO.
One of Australia’s first full time pro gamers, Spunj has evolved a popular pro career into a high demand role as a caster and analyst for CS:GO at tournaments around the world. Picking up Counter-Strike at the age of 14, Spunj started playing professionally with Sydney Underground at the age of 18, going on to act as captain of Vox Eminor (and face of the Australian Counter-Strike scene for many fans). After retirement from professional play in 2016, Spunj has put his deep game knowledge and charisma on camera to use as a caster and analyst of the game, including several Majors.
Prior to launching his broadcast career, HenryG was one of the most successful British Counter-Strike players of all time. With a focus on iron-fist style leadership and dynamic strategy, he led some of the most historical lineups of Counter-Strike: Source. Since starting his casting journey with CS:GO in mid-2015, HenryG has become a leading voice for some of the biggest events in the world, including six Majors. Thanks to his deep in game knowledge and experience on the battlefield, Henry is able to dissect and analyse the tactical side of the game for newer fans and long time viewers alike.
Indiana “Froskurinn” Black is an international broadcaster and content creator, who has been featured on esports broadcasts in multiple markets across the world. Perhaps best known for her work as the fan-dubbed “face of” of the Chinese League of Legends Pro League ( LPL) English language broadcast, Froskurinn recently made the jump to Europe to the cover the League of Legends European Championship (LEC), based in Berlin. Her portfolio includes 9 international event appearances, including the League of Legends World Championship Finals, as well as 7 regional finals casts. Froskurinn is an outspoken champion of gender inclusion in the esports industry and as one of the few female casters currently working at the highest level of esports broadcasts, is committed to sharing her experience and driving diversity.
Affectionately known as ‘The Bald Eagle’, Moses is the most accomplished and experienced CS:GO broadcast professional in North America. Getting his start as a pro player based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Moses was one of the highest ranking Counter- Strike 1.6 players in NA. Since his retirement as a pro he has worked in original content creation for ESEA and Room on Fire as well as working every major date in the competitive CS:GO calendar for the last few years. Moses is known for his ability to break down complex analytical information for an audience, bringing a versatility and breadth of knowledge to the broadcast lineup as caster or analyst.
Matthew “Sadokist” Trivett is a Canadian esports commentator and host, who since 2015 has been the voice of some of the most prolific and memorable plays in the industry. Working across multiple games, Sadokist is best known for his work in CS;GO, where he’s been part of 7 major lineups in the last three years. Known for his quick wit, unique poetic vocabulary, and unrivaled pace and delivery, Matt is able to adapt and mold his style to any situation and any broadcast. Outside of esports, Sadokist has a passion for motosports, combining this passion and his esports knowledge for work on projects like McLaren’s World’s Fastest Gamer, and G2 Fernando Alonso Racing. Returning to racing in 2018 in his BMW e46 M3, which he races in Canada in various classes, he’s been on the podium over 14 times in two seasons.
Tres “Stunna” Saranthus has seen esports from almost every angle, starting with a manager position in 2013 at the recently formed compLexity CS:GO squad (later acquired by Cloud9). As a broadcaster, his career has spanned different roles at some of the world’s biggest and most watched esports events, including ESL One, IEM, DreamHack, and StarSeries tournaments. Prior to his entry into esports, Stunna was a member of the United States Army and served a combat tour in Kandahar, Afghanistan with the 10th Mountain Division, earning his Combat Infantry Badge and the rank of sergeant. As a seasoned pro on multiple fronts, Stunna is passionate about offering guidance and expertise to those joining the industry.