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Full list of Dota 2 TI12 talents for all broadcasts

TI12 talents are set to grace The International 2023 stage, bringing a fresh wave of excitement and expertise to the Dota 2 community.

Valve has once again meticulously curated a stellar lineup of talent comprising seasoned industry veterans and promising young stars.

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Their collective passion and knowledge are bound to elevate the viewing experience of this year’s tournament, making TI12 a truly unforgettable event.

Here is the complete list of broadcast talent for the English, Chinese, Spanish, and Russian streams.

Complete list of TI12 broadcast talent for all regions

TI12 talent for the English broadcast

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Hosts

Jorien “Sheever” van der Heijden

Neal “Tsunami” Khandheria

Natalie “NatTea” Mahoney

Sean “Snare” Rihlamvu

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Observers

Patrik “PTP” Björgell

Rikard ‘skrff’ Holm Melin

Johan “Weppas” Westberg

Steven “Eosin” Cheng

Glem “Glem ” Rafaile

Reporters

Jake “SirActionSlacks” Kanner

Kaci “Kaci” Aitchison

Interpreters

Helen “XiiTuzi” Xu

Jin “Jin” Ru

Commentators/Analysts

Kevin “Purge” Godec

Maurice “KheZu” Gutmann

Admir “lizZard” Salkanović

Roman “Resolut1on” Fomynok

Mira “Ephey” Riad

Alexandra “Sheepsticked” Roberts

Andrew “Jenkins” Jenkins

Chan “WinteR” Litt Binn

Owen “ODPixel” Davies

Ioannis “Fogged” Loucas

Austin “Cap” Walsh

Avery “SVG” Silverman

Shannon “SUNSfan” Scotten

Troels Lyngholt “syndereN” Nielsen

Gabriel “Lyrical” Cruz

Trent “Trent” MacKenzie

Jared “Nomad” Bajina

Robson “TeaGuvnor” Merritt

Benjamin “Bkop” Kopilow

Dominik “Lacoste” Stipić

Rikumikko “T-Panda” Kangasmäki

Clinton “Fear” Loomis

Nick “BreakyCPK” Caras

David “GoDz” Parker

Michelle “Moxxi” Song

Niklas “Wagamama” Högström

Mike “MLPDotA” Le Phoenix

John “johnxfire” Nathan Fernandez

Matt “Danog” Joyce

Lachlan “Ares” Williams

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Statistician

Lea “Leamare” Silakov

Late game host

Ted “PyrionFlax” Forsyth

TI12 talent for the Chinese broadcast

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Host

Zhang “BBC” Hongsheng

Interviewer

Zhang “Dove” Tiange

Commentators/Analyst

Shi “Sdn” Danni

Li “AA” Qiming

Hao “FreeAgain” Peng

He “小雪人” Linli

Wang “Yuno” Jing

Wang “风追忆” Zhibo

Sun “M4” Yabin

Li “Ero” Yao

Wang “Luna” Miqi

Cheng “Mad” Han

Chen “Ams” Juan

Ma “Mashall” Shaowei

Zhang “白坚强” Kaiyue

He “Inflame” Yongzheng

Su “super” Peng

Shi “璨璨cc” Cancan

TI12 talent for the Spanish broadcast

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Host

María “Tainim” García

Marianela Lizeth “Nela” Alva Reyna

Interviewer

Álvaro “Avo+” Sánchez Velasco

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Commentators/Analyst

Leonardo “MiHawk” Astete

Dimas “Er-Kratos” Romero

Aarón “Maverick” Galvez

Jeancarlo Hernan “Nois” Gamarra Antonio

Axel “AxL-” Ramos

Jair “Masoku” Matallana

Leunam “Chilling” Chávez

Paulo César “Pawpaw” Tuya

Luis “Necca” Gómez

Darsee “TaO” Egoavil

Paul “Tio Inka” de la Cruz

Julio “Giulio” Nuñez Murillo

Marco “Blue” Espinoza

Julián “Flapjack” Carbajal

Rikardo “Mr.Choco” Mendoza Mattos

William “Caosfenix” Morera

Andrés “Patrick” Castillo

Cristhian “Vadare” Andrade

Kevin “Lcuky” Nahyr Muñoz Carbajal

Frank “Cutipo” Cutipa

David “Patrick” Sulca

Edgar “Judro” Sotelo

Jhonatan “Dorayaki” López

Carlos “StudyCaster” Fuentes

Gabriel García “Polaris” Dávalos

TI12 talent for the Russian broadcast

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Host

Dmitry “Zloba” Irinchuk

Dmitry “CrystalMay” Korchevinin

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Observers

Dmitrii “foxi” Durdin

Artem “Stubborn” Marakulin

Nikita “Rollen” Lakoza

Vlad “VladYaR” Yarovikov

Ivan “f4t_cat” Shalaginov

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Commentators/Analyst

Dmitry “Inmate” Filinov

Vasilisa “Vasilisa” Chernova

Alexander “Santa” Koltan

Maxim “TpoH” Vernikov

Aleh “LastHero” Dzemidovich

Arsenii “ArsZeeqq” Usov

Maxim “Shachlo” Abramovskikh

Egor “Xakoda” Lipartiya

Vladimir “RodjER” Nikogosian

Pavel “9pasha” Khvastunov

Gleb “y0nd” Vazhnov

Stanislav “633” Glushan

Alexey “Lex” Filippov

Nikita “4ce” Kotkov

Rustam “Adekvat” Mavliutov

Alexander “JAM” Korotkov

Nikita “Sheyl” Demeshov

Dariya “Eiritel” Morozova

Vladimir “Maelstorm” Kuzminov

Yernar “Mantis” Urazbayev

Dmitry “UnderShock” Bolshakov

Anton “Grayne” Afanasenko

Vladimir “Double D” Vylegzhanin

TI12 will follow a similar schedule to its latest iteration in Singapore, with the competition split up between three weekends:

Group Stage: October 12-15

Playoffs: October 20-22

The Finals: October 27-29

The International 2023: TI12 Schedule, results, teams, where to watch

A new group stage format will take the place of the usual two big groups. Instead, four groups of five will be played, with the last team eliminated before moving on to head-to-head matches, meaning that every match matters

The International 2023: TI12 group stage schedule, results, teams, where to watch