Angel Moon Tournaments is a non-profit organization created for the purpose of organizing tournament-styled events and activities for the Homeworld franchise. The group is headed by a board of Executive Officers, with a lead Tournament Manager, which will also share the roles of other staff members that do not have seniority.
The following Tournament Rules & Regulations apply to all staff members and contestants during any event and activity which is hosted by AMT. The Tournament Rules & Regulations may be found here. (Completion pending and subject to change.)
Casters are staff members who have accepted the commitment of commentating and being our public-voice during tournament events and activities. You’ll have to be able to adjust to a fast-paced and developing situation in the heat of the moment, diversify your analysis mid-match, and be knowledgeable about the game itself.
You’ll be expect to agree with pre-arranged match schedules, make management decisions if a senior staff member isn’t present, and have both an acceptable audio setup and an acceptable amount of free time so that your commitment isn’t hindered by either the latter or the former.
Should we find the minimum amount of staff members beforehand, AMT is looking to host it’s first event during December, with more events planned for both the Easter and Summer holidays.
Shoutcasters, or Casters for short, as defined by the Liquipedia… “A Shoutcaster, or a caster is a person dedicated to the broadcasting side of eSports, providing commentary for games. Shoutcasters often double as hosts for tournaments, conducting interviews and player introductions amongst other things. Some casters are well known for in-depth analysis of builds and strategies.”
Some well known casters in the StarCraft 2 scene are Day9, Husky, TotalBiscuit, Kaelaris, Artosis, etc.