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[e][h] Kieran
Player Information
Kieran Cullinan
October 19, 2000 (2000-10-19) (age 18)
Alternate IDs:
KieranTheCaster, VortexKieran

Kieran Cullinan (born October 19, 2000) is a British esports commentator. He is also the CEO & Co-Founder of Vortex Entertainment, an event organization and live production company specialized Counter-Strike tournaments. After starting commentary in 2014, working for Enervate Gaming to begin with, he branched out into managing CS:GO events in late 2017, typically as the Head of Broadcasting before creating his own event under the Vortex Entertainment branding in 2018.

Notable Events Casted[edit]

Date Tier Tournament Position Partner List
2019-10-12 A3B-Tier LOOT.BET/CS LOOT.BET/CS Season 4 Commentator
2019-09-22 A2A-Tier Games Clash Masters 2019 Commentator
2019-08-22 A3B-Tier UCC Summer Smash Commentator
2019-08-22 A3B-Tier LOOT.BET/CS LOOT.BET/CS Season 3 Commentator
2019-06-16 A2A-Tier Moche XL Esports 2019 Commentator
2019-05-03 A3B-Tier LOOT.BET/CS LOOT.BET/CS Season 2 Commentator
2019-03-17 A1S-Tier World Electronic Sports Games World Electronic Sports Games 2018 Remote Commentator
2018-09-30 A2A-Tier Games Clash Masters 2018 Commentator
2018-06-24 A3B-Tier PMU Challenge PMU Challenge 2018 Commentator
2017-05-10 A4C-Tier World Cyber Arena World Cyber Arena 2017 - China Qualifier Remote Commentator
About achievementsBroadcasts from any Tournament


  • He attended college in his hometown of Manchester, graduating with the highest grade possible (D*D*D* / Triple Distinction Star) in "IT Web Development, Software Development, and Networking".
  • Kieran makes music under the alter-ego name of "3CLIPZE".
  • Kieran makes websites for both esports and non-esports companies, his most recent project being Granit Gaming's new website.
  • He owns a start-up venture yet to be named which will enable him to hold talks at local schools and youth clubs to educate teenagers on career paths and prospects in esports.
  • During his sporting years, Kieran broke both of his ankles and his wrist in football-related injuries and tore his achilles tendon during rugby practice.