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Episode 37: pashaBiceps, CSGO pro player & streamer

September 2nd, 2020

Frankie Ward chats to Jarosław "pashaBiceps" Jarząbkowski for a special final episode of season two, which was originally recorded on 14th August 2020 for YouTube and can be watched here:

Special thanks go to Frankie and Pasha's sponsor OMEN for arranging and supporting this episode of the podcast.

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Episode 36: Parker “Interro” Mackay, Rainbow 6 Siege caster

August 26th, 2020

The Rainbow 6 Seige caster chats to Frankie Ward about his unusual name, becoming a caster, studying politics, making a break in esports, turning 30 and much more.

Episode 35: Ryan Horton, HITSCAN YouTuber

August 19th, 2020

Ryan Horton became one of the go-to Overwatch YouTubers alongside his channel partner Mysca back when the game was still in beta testing. He talks to Frankie Ward about what made the game so appealing, where he thinks about Overwatch 2 and why VALORANT is the future of his YouTube content output.


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Episode 34: Vince Hill, CS:GO caster

August 12th, 2020

Vince Hill has been casting CS:GO for several years and is a familiar voice to those who follow the esport. Frankie Ward talks to the commentator about growing up in a miltary family, making his start in esports and welfare for on screen talent in the industry.

Episode image by Stephanie ''Vexanie'' Lindgren for DreamHack.

Episode 33: Indiana “Froskurinn” Black

August 5th, 2020

Froskurinn is one of the most established faces in League of Legends esports, who also uses her platform to talk about equal rights and diversity. She talks to Frankie Ward about how videogames played a key part in her upbringing, her start in League of Legends coaching, and what it's really like to live with fellow LEC talent Vedius in Berlin.


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Episode 32: Adam Savage, gaming and esports host

July 29th, 2020

Adam Savage is like pure sunshine. Hosting for the best part of a decade, he's been the face of several shows on Ginx TV and has made an impression on the global esports stage, hosting in arenas around the world as part of the Blast Pro Series. Here, Adam talks about the different roles he's taken on, his future in esports, what it's like to command a crowd of 12,000 people and his own podcast, The Savage Situation.


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Episode 31: Marissa Roberto, sports, esports & gaming presenter

July 22nd, 2020

Marissa Roberto is a Canadian presenter who, as she explains to Frankie Ward, hustled her way into her first hosting role and has gone from strength to strength ever since. She chats about going from gaming in her small hometown to a much bigger one, dipping her toe into CS:GO, and her current role as the host of Digital Sports Centre on TSN (The Sports Network).


In the wake of the revelations of harassment in the gaming industry, this podcast discusses d*ck pics for the first time. You have been warned...


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Episode 30: Okaydrian, Twitch streamer and host

July 15th, 2020

Frankie catches up with Okaydrian, a Twitch streamer and host who is on a mission to educate his audience while gaming. Okaydrian talks about his route into streaming, as well as his advice for budding hosts who want to make their mark in gaming.

Episode 29: Miles Ross, caster & host

July 8th, 2020

Miles Ross is from a family with an background in producing some of the most entertaining shows on the planet. The caster speaks to Frankie Ward about his background competing in Halo and getting his unexpected start as broadcast talent.

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Episode 27: Ben Goldhaber, founder of JukedGG

December 4th, 2019

One of the first employees to join Justin.TV's gaming verticle, Twitch, Ben Goldhaber spent several years seeing the streaming giant grow into the behemoth it is today. After leaving Twitch in 2018, he decided to continue his mission of bringing esports to the masses with new "esports aggregator" Juked. He talks to Frankie Ward about gaming as a triplet in California, early shoutcasting and how he esports became his everything.

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