BLAST announce NA Talent for RMR
This morning, BLAST announced the talent for all of the upcoming RMR events hosted around the world. For those headed to Monterrey, Mexico for the BLAST.tv Paris Major Americas RMR, there will be several familiar faces in the six-man crew gracing the studio space.
Most prominently, Jason "moses" O'Toole will be front and center on the stage. A mainstay of North American Counter-Strike and a former coach of Liquid, he will be headed to Mexico as the most experienced caster among the group. He will definitely be leading a solid group of casters as they cover an intense four days of competition.
We also get to see the lovely duo of Conner "Scrawny" Girvan and Mohan "launders" Govindasamy who are returning for their fourth RMR as they did the PGL Antwerp Major Americas and European RMRs, the IEM Rio Major Americas RMR, and now will once more grace the stage. The prominent pair have become a mainstay of top Counter-Strike casting.
Experienced Hawaiian Alex "Mauisnake" Ellenberg will be a vital addition to this year's RMR where he will be a caster for the first time in any RMR so far. Mauisnake has had extensive work as an analyst for most of his career and was an interviewer for the PGL Antwerp Major RMRs across each region, so this time we get to see him in a more prominent role.
Mike "DarfMike" Winnick is making his second appearance in a Major cycle after featuring as a commentator for the IEM Rio Major Americas RMR last fall. A mainstay of North American Challenger League, DarfMike is sure to bring valuable insight for several of the underdog American teams featuring for the first time in the height of competition.
Finally, Mark "boq" Wilson is coming back to North American Counter-Strike casting for his second appearance of the year and only third appearance since the summer of 2020 before transitioning to VALORANT where he was a host, analyst, and commentator for dozens of VALORANT Champions Tour: North American events.
The BLAST.tv Paris Major Americas RMR will begin April 6th and go through April 9th in Monterrey, Mexico featuring teams like FURIA, Liquid, Complexity, and Imperial.