Will the talents of Miles Ross ever cease to amaze the esports community?
The nephew of British TV personality Jonathan Ross is well known for his work in the Halo and Call of Duty world, but it appears he’s now expanding into CS:GO.
IEM Sydney’s $260,000 (AUD) tournament will take place between May 3rd and 7th, as teams travel from across the world to compete.
Fans turning up at the Qudos Bank Arena will be treated to Astralis, OpTic Gaming, North, FaZe, Renegades, SK Gaming, Chiefs and ViCi Gaming all battling it out.
The broadcast team for the tournament has now been announced, including Miles Ross as a reporter. The former Halo 2 pro player moved to Australia quite some time ago, but kept up his esports activity during regional ANZ Halo and Call of Duty tournaments.
His work led to him being invited to major international events, including being the only person to commentate at both the Halo and Call of Duty world championships in 2016.
Joining Miles at IEM Sydney will be a range of familiar faces, including the popular duo of Henry ‘HenryG’ Greer and Matt ‘Sadokist’ Trivett.