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Duncan “Thorin” Shields (born March 5, 1983) is a British e-Sports journalist and analyst. Shields is also known as “the eSports historian” as he is known for his knowledge of the history of the games, teams and players he analyses. He currently works as an analyst for various events from organizers like ELEAGUE and DreamHack, writes articles for GAMURS.com, and has his own YouTube channel.
Henry is a CS:GO caster and analyst who started casting premier level tournaments in early 2016 however he has been in the counterstrike scene playing at LANs since 2016 and has picked up a powerful level of experience along the way. Henry has commentated over 4 Major championships on top of that he is a regular Premier championship commentator. Henry has become quite the personality within the CS:GO esports community amassing over 100,000 followers on his personal twitter account.
Brian is an Irish YouTuber who uploads variety gaming content in which he commentates typically he plays with a group of friends where their comedy value weighs heavily over their actual skill at the games. Brian is known for his humour and quick wit and this has garnered him over 2.2million subscribers on his YouTube channel as well as over 270,000 followers on his twitch channel. Brian has done multiple charity events in the past in the form of streams having raised various amounts for charity including $10,000, $12,000 and even $20,000 in different instances.
Spencer is originally a FIFA youtuber playing the game through many different series’ throughout the years since he created his channel in 2013. He has now grown into a large channel with over 1.9million subscribers on his main channel as well as a total of over 900,000 subscribers on his 3 side channels “Spencer & Alex”, “Spencer Owen” and “Hashtag United”. Spencer’s growth on YouTube has led him to great opportunities such as his “Wembley Cup” series that is sponsored by EE for him and his team Hashtag United which he formed in early 2016 to play at Wembley in front of thousands. As well as this he has also toured the world with his team Hashtag United playing up against stern competition around the globe.
Manchester born and raised Tom has been in the gaming content creation scene with his main YouTube channel “TheSyndicateProject” since 2010 and has amassed over 10million subscribers on one channel alone. Tom first rose to fame through his unique commentary energy and skill at Call of Duty Black Ops’ zombies mode. This continued into him creating many Minecraft series to which he streamed on twitch.tv to become the most followed streamer on the platform a title he has held down for years. Tom has now developed into a daily vlogger where he shows his audience an inside view to his life and has amassed over 2.5m subscribers on his vlogging YouTube channel. Tom has shown a charitable side throughout his career including making multiple make-a-wishes come true he has also raised over £160,000 for motor neurone disease.