STREAMERS

PLAYERS

Grant Harris

Grant

Dota2 Streamer and Caster
While Grant is without a doubt a fantastic streamer, he is probably even more well known for his commentating skills. Originally a professional Dota 2 player, he took that knowledge of the game and began community casting on his own stream. Since then, he has built his notoriety in the scene and you can now catch him casting at the most reputable tournaments in the world (most notably as a commentator in both The International 2018 and 2019).
Grant Harris

Grant

Dota2 Streamer and Caster
While Grant is without a doubt a fantastic streamer, he is probably even more well known for his commentating skills. Originally a professional Dota 2 player, he took that knowledge of the game and began community casting on his own stream. Since then, he has built his notoriety in the scene and you can now catch him casting at the most reputable tournaments in the world (most notably as a commentator in both The International 2018 and 2019).
Swim has long been one of the preeminent deckbuilders in Gwent, often building the decks that go on to define metagames going forward. Currently you can find him streaming and winning in Runeterra.
Swim has long been one of the preeminent deckbuilders in Gwent, often building the decks that go on to define metagames going forward. Currently you can find him streaming and winning in Runeterra.
Justin Kats

Fearitself

FearItSelf has a history almost as storied as EG’s having started his esports career back in 2005 as a Halo 2 competitor. He spent twelve years competing at the highest level across the Halo franchise as a member of some of the most prolific teams including Triggers Down, Instinct, and, most notably, Final Boss. With the launch of Fortnite in 2017, FearItSelf recommitted to the world of esports by devoting his efforts into building his stream and reinvesting his talents in a new franchise. His rapid success and growth makes him a valuable addition to the EVIL team.
Justin Kats

Fearitself

FearItSelf has a history almost as storied as EG’s having started his esports career back in 2005 as a Halo 2 competitor. He spent twelve years competing at the highest level across the Halo franchise as a member of some of the most prolific teams including Triggers Down, Instinct, and, most notably, Final Boss. With the launch of Fortnite in 2017, FearItSelf recommitted to the world of esports by devoting his efforts into building his stream and reinvesting his talents in a new franchise. His rapid success and growth makes him a valuable addition to the EVIL team.