The organizers of one of the most prestigious leagues since the conclusion of this year’s The International, G-League, have announced that an English stream will be available starting from the quarter-finals.
Earlier this month, Gamefy proudly announced the host of the second edition of the 2012 G-League featuring no less than USD$42,000 in prize money. After the immense success of the G-1 Champions League — which saw the victory of LGD-Gaming over Team DK — the Dota 2 enthusiasts were about to enjoy another formidable tournament. The joy was short-lived as the tournament’s organizers quickly made themselves infamous for not allowing an English stream which made the non-Chinese speakers very frustrated. However, the organizers have reconsidered the question and announced that an English stream will be available starting from the quarter-finals.
G-League's Tournament Director, Weirong Shen has the following to say:
The entire staff of G-League understands that foreign audience has great interest in our tournament. Truth is we have been communicating with many regarding this topic. English casting for G-League will be available starting quarter finals. We will provide a high-definition stream without Chinese commentating for all foreign casters to stream off of. The camera control is also guaranteed professional.
As we write this, it is still not known who the casters will be but be sure to check It's Gosu as we will give you this information as soon as it comes out.