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Commentator Information
Joshua Gray
April 1, 1986 (age 37)
Years active (caster):
2011 - 2014

Joshua "Clutch" Gray is an American eSports on camera talent and content producer known for his work with Major League Gaming and the North American Star League.


Clutch began working on the StarCraft II stream for Major League Gaming as a cameraman after the first StarCraft II event in Raleigh, NC in 2010. He was promoted to Production Assistant during the 2011 season for live events. Between events he interned for Major League Gaming, mainly producing the Beta Caster program and Diablo 3 Beta content. During the MLG Orlando 2011 event, in order to fill the gaps between matches with content, Clutch was asked to help conduct interviews, fan interactions, and player introductions on camera. He continued in this capacity during the 2012 MLG & the NASL Season 3 Finals.

Clutch is a trained actor, having performed in various plays, films, and television shows. He graduated from Old Dominion University with a BFA in acting. He is passionate about video games and eSports, especially StarCraft II, & is represented by eSports Management Group.

Shifting Gears[edit]

Shifting Gears was a gaming variety show hosted by Clutch. [1] It began airing independently in 2011 on his personal stream. Shortly thereafter it was recruited to the platform to accompany the newly signed State of the Game as part of an official Major League Gaming program lineup.

In January of 2012 it became an independent show again, moving back to Clutch's personal twitch. Later (Episodes #72 and on) it aired on Tasteless and Artosis's short-lived TheHandsomeNerd twitch page.[2] Topics ranged from live gameplay of recently released titles, betas, and independent games to discussions with writers, referees, casters, and pro-players in the eSports realm. StarCraft II was featured a variety of times with such guests as Kennigit and Sheth.

The entire show run produced 77 episodes, with VODs that are archived on YouTube.




Notable Videos[edit]