v1lat

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Player Information
Name:
Виталий Николаевич Волочай
Romanized Name:
Vitalii Volochai
Birth:
August 8, 1986 (1986-08-08) (age 34)
Country:
Status:
Active
Role(s):
Links
History
DotA:
2007-10-15 — 2008-??-??
Wolker Gaming (Manager)

Vitalii Nikolaevich "v1lat" Volochai is a Russian-language caster from Novovolynsk, Ukraine.

Biography[edit]

In the early days of Dota 2, v1lat was casting as a part of SLTV, the leading Russian language coverage studio, before departing in order to found Dota 2 RuHub in 2015.[Citation needed] He left RuHub Studio in April 2018 due to logistics and travel difficulties between Kyiv and Moscow.[1] In June 2018 v1lat, together with former RuHub director Andrey "x3m4eg" Grigoriev, founded a new studio called "Maincast" to cover and host Dota 2 and CS:GO events.[2]

Trivia[edit]

  • Is married to Ineska, fellow CIS Dota 2 personality and interviewer.
  • Prior to casting Dota 2 and Defense of the Ancients, he was casting FIFA matches.
  • He is a big fan of football team Liverpool.

Notable Events Casted or Hosted[edit]

DateTierTournamentPositionPartner List
2019-08-25A1Tier 1The InternationalThe International 2019Commentator
2018-08-25A1Tier 1The InternationalThe International 2018Commentator
2017-08-12A1Tier 1The InternationalThe International 2017Commentator
2017-04-30A1Tier 1Dota Major ChampionshipsThe Kiev Major 2017Commentator
2016-12-10A1Tier 1Dota Major ChampionshipsThe Boston Major 2016Commentator
2016-08-13A1Tier 1The InternationalThe International 2016Commentator
2016-03-06A1Tier 1Dota Major ChampionshipsThe Shanghai Major 2016Caster
2015-08-08A1Tier 1The InternationalThe International 2015Commentator
2015-02-09A1Tier 1Dota 2 Asia ChampionshipsDota 2 Asia Championships 2015Off-site Commentator
2014-07-21A1Tier 1The InternationalThe International 2014Commentator
About achievementsBroadcasts from any Tournament

Interviews[edit]

2018[edit]

2013[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "Мы не поссорились, никто никого не увольнял и не уходил со скандалом" (in Russian). Cybersport Media. 2018-04-02. Retrieved 2018-08-14.
  2. "V1lat и x3m4eg открыли компанию Maincast" (in Russian). Cybersport Media. 2018-06-09. Retrieved 2018-08-14.