#019 - Becoming a Shoutcaster, Your Worth and The World Stagewith Mitch "Uber" Leslie (Overwatch League Caster)
- What would you say your ‘big break’ was in esports?
- What advice do you have for someone coming from a smaller region looking to break into the ‘big time’?
- What’s the biggest risk you’ve taken in your esports career?
- What’s the process for picking a mainstay game title for you?
- What is
dayto day life like as an on-screen talent?
- How important is out-of-game work to your professional life? Social media, taking on brand deals, alternative gigs, streaming etc
- As a commentator, what makes a player stand out from the rest in or out of matches?
- What are financial and business considerations that many don’t forecast when becoming a freelancer in esports
- What does Overwatch league do well that other leagues may be able to learn from?
- Is staying as talent long-term what you’re looking to do?
- What made you decide to pursue esports instead of being an engineer?
- Being a sports fan, with a father who played AFL, was it a hurdle to explain esports and the similarities between it and traditional sports
Mitch “Uber” Leslie – Shoutcaster Overwatch League