Streamer: White-Ra

Name: Aleksey Krupnyk

ID: White-Ra

Team: Tt Esports

Race: Protoss

Stream: whitera

About: White-Ra is one of the most loved StarCraft II streamers. He is a professional Brood War and SCII player, very well known for his “Special Tactics”. He comments his games while streaming, giving players advice, explaining his strategies and showing his unique special tactics. His games are very fun to watch, even for non-protoss players.

Related Links:
Official White-Ra Website
White-Ra Facebook Page
White-Ra Youtube Channel
White-Ra Twitter (@WhiteRaSC)

Streamer: Polt

Name: Choi Sung Hoon


Team: TSL – Team SCV Life

Race: Terran

Stream: TSLPolt

About: Polt is one of the best and most accomplished players in StarCraft II. Winning the GSL Super Tournament consolidated his name as a top player in the SC2 community.  His persisting bio play causes terror in the most powerful players all around the world.

Related Links:
Polt Fan Club (on Team Liquid)
Liquipedia Article about Polt

Streamer: ForGG (Fin)

Name: Park FinJi Soo

ID: oGsForGG

Team: oGs – Old Generations

Race: Terran

Stream: ogsforgg

About: ForGG is a former StarCraft Brood War player, who now plays StarCraft II under the ID Fin. During his Brood War career, he played for Lecaf Oz and KT Rolster, and was a very recognized Terran player. After retiring from BW, he made it into GSL November Code A, where he devastated his opponents, gaining a spot in code S for the next season.

Fin is an amazing player, ranked GrandMaster on the Korean server. He managed to bring his style with him from BW, making his play very strong in the SC2 environment. Tune in his stream and learn a lot from this experienced top player.

Related Links:
Liquipedia Article about BW career
Liquipedia Article about SC2 career

Streamer: Dragon

Name: Jeon, Yong-Soo

ID: Dragon

Team: Millenium

Race: Terran

Stream: SlayerS_Dragon

About: Dragon is, by far, my favourite streamer. Maybe even my favourite player. This guy streams everyday for many hours, during which he is usually practicing, trolling or playing online tournaments. Still, no matter what he is doing, it’s always fun to watch him play. I really hope to see him more in the professional scene in the future. For more information, check his fan club on Team Liquid.

Related Links:
Fan Club (on TL)
Twitter – @SC2Dragon