Over at ESPN, they have a career story on Paul "ReDeYe" Chaloner, dubbing him the "Voice of esports". That's some claim, but our man has been around for over 15 years and in that time clocked up nearly 200 events, hundreds of TV shows and hosted, presented and commentated the biggest esports events of all time. He's also done it across more than 50 game titles working with every one of the top publishers in the world from Blizzard to
In the realm of entertainment, eSports has been the new kid on the block for the past couple of decades, evolving and growing in to the industry it is today. One person who knows all too well about the trials and tribulations that come hand in hand with eSports is Paul 'ReDeYe' Chaloner. Redbull eSports sat down with Paul to discuss how he started out in the world of eSports, what he is up to at the moment, his plans for
A little over a week ago, Paul headed down to South Africa for the first time to host the Telkom DGL Masters launch show. Alongside his hosting duties he was also interviewed by the national media and appeared on the News channel eNCA for a live interview on the morning news.
It's been a while since we saw ReDeYe hosting an esports event and some thought that his James Bond Tux was stowed away for good. To show that his skills are by no means rusty, his first major appearance as host since joining Gfinity will be at one of the hottest events of the year; The International 5. ReDeYe is no stranger to the DOTA2 esports scene after hosting ESL One Frankfurt last year where he won over the crowd and
A hour one special conducted by Thorin with ReDeYe on his thoughts about hosting, commentary and lots of other esports topics.