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Beastcoast have announced a new set of pre and post-game shows that will work to supplement the main stage games at The International 10. The broadcast will be streamed in both Spanish and English starting on Monday, the first day of main stage games.


“During TI (The International) we are working with some of our favorite analysts, hosts, and players to create additional content around TI and help fans to follow storylines for upcoming games or have a quick and easy recap for games they might have missed during the day,” said Beastcoast General Manager Colin Bashor. “Our team loves Dota and wants to help those in different time zones or who may not have been able to watch every game jump into a day with ease.”

The shows will feature some prominent talent in the DOTA 2 scene, including: Brynden “Neph” Barbour, Murielle “Kips” Huisman, and Jared “Nomad” Bajina on the English version of both broadcasts. The Spanish language broadcast will be hosted by Paulo César “Pawpaw” Tuya and Nela. The Spanish broadcast will also feature analysts Leonardo “MiHawk” Astete, Junior Reyes “Yadomi” Rimar and more.

This is one of the few events that have tried to bridge the South American and North American DOTA 2 scenes. Beastcoast sponsors and supports many players from both regions, and continues to expand in both regions.

“Beastcoast, the final hope of South America, is taking up the reigns to provide the people with quality content free of SirActionSlacks,” Neph joked. “I had no choice but to answer the call.”

Fans who tune into the show will also have a chance to win Beastcoast merch, which includes their new Ancestro jersey and their new Bloodmoon hoodie. All the VODs will be uploaded to the Beastcoast YouTube Channel.

The first pre-game show will air 11 p.m. PT, while the post-game show will be 11 a.m. PT. The English version of the broadcast will be streamed on Twitch, while the Spanish version will be on Trovo.