Talent lineup for WePlay! Artifact Mighty Triad: Strength
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The Artifact madness is about to begin and WePlay! will be among the first to bring this new groundbreaking Esports game to you. Here is the talent crew who will be leading us through WePlay! Artifact Mighty Triad: Strength.
Darick "CHARM3R" Oswalt
CHARM3R has been playing card games almost his entire life. At first in learned Euchre and Poker with grandparents, later Darick discovered CCGs like Magic: The Gathering and Pokémon. In his teens, CHARM3R worked for a local comic and comic shop, and his job was to know and teach people about new trading cards.
When CHARM3R got beta Access to Elder Scrolls: Legends, he grew passionate and quickly turned into one of the top streamers for the game. Now Darick Oswalt is a full-fledged esports commentator, coming to cast the first WePlay! Artifact tournament.
Shannon "SUNSfan" Scotten
SUNSfan is one of the pillars of Dota 2 community, he is a content maker, a team founder, and a caster. Shannon has cast or hosted multiple esports events, including The International and Dota Asian Championship. This year SUNSfan was an analyst for multiple major Dota 2 tournaments, and we are thrilled to bring him for our own panel.
Sean “Swim” Huguenard
One of the rising stars of Artifact community Swim became known through his Gwent strims (spelled as intended). Sean became fond of CCGs from an early age when he discovered YU-GI-OH. He has also had decent success in Dota 2 and Overwatch.
Gwent community knows Swim as a very creative player who loves to bend meta with his “cancerous” decks. A couple of weeks ago Sean announced he would a switch to Artifact and now he is one of the biggest personalities in the game.
We’ve covered Swim’s origin story in a separate article, check it out if you want to know more about his extraordinary personality.
Miguel "Mogwai" Guerrero
Back in 2017 Mogwai was one of the most dangerous Gwent players, praised for his strong decks and immaculate decision making. He has been keeping a relatively low profile this year, apparently, because he was practising for Artifact.
Last weekend Mogwai nearly won Artifact Preview Tournament, falling just one series short. Going through the meatgrinder of the Swiss bracket is no easy feat, and we can’t be happier to present his talent for the first WePlay! Artifact tournament.
David “Impetuous Panda” Nolskog
Impetuous Panda has been casting, streaming and playing Gwent for the past year and a half. Before that, he played for Call of Duty at a semipro level and created content.
Panda recently decided to become a full-time esports caster and an analyst. He has been writing for several online projects, including ArtifactShark.
David isn’t fond of streaming, but when he casts, he immediately turns the heat up to eleven.