Husky

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Player Information
Name:
Mike Lamond
Birth:
May 4, 1988 (1988-05-04) (age 31)
Country:
Race:
Alternate IDs:
Husky, HuskyStarCraft, Huskies, Oregon
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Biography[edit]

Mike "Husky" Lamond is an American former StarCraft II caster originally from Oregon, but currently living in California. Husky ran a popular YouTube channel (HuskyStarcraft), which he closed in August of 2018 after a long period of silence, moving on to other non-Starcraft related projects.

In Beta[edit]

Husky, with HDstarcraft, ran the HDH Invitational a 16 man tournament which was the biggest StarCraft II tournament at the time. This tournament featured some of the best foreign players of the beta and had the biggest prize pool of any tournament until the release of the game.

Wings of Liberty[edit]

He was invited to cast a variety of tournaments including the TSL3, the GeForce Pro/Am, MLG Anaheim 2011, MLG Raleigh 2011, and the After Hours Gaming League.

Trivia[edit]

  • Still maintains a small cult following on Reddit.
  • Was a member of Nerd Alert, a StarCraft-related pop group with Kurt Schneider.
  • He was featured in a YouTube animated series called "Husky Tales", created by SaveAsAwesome and voiced by Husky and other special guests. Official Thread
  • Co-founder of TheGameStation, a popular YouTube channel and company under Maker Studios that focuses on improving gaming media on the internet; at the beginning, only Starcraft channels were partnered (though it has greatly expanded since), and currently Artosis, HDstarcraft, TotalBiscuit, Moletrap and Day9 have channels partnered with TGS.[1]
  • Said he would do something embarrassing if Glider won the Youtube On The Rise contest. He ended up covering Katy Perry's "I Kissed a Girl".
  • Began casting GomTV, Brood War, games in English for his college friends.[2]
  • The only player and captain of the Axiom B-team.[3]
  • Owns a Subaru Impreza WRX STI.[4]
  • Reached Masters league for the first time in his StarCraft II career on May 14, 2013. Previously, he was "forever diamond" -- he had been a very low-level diamond player since the Wings of Liberty Beta and has slowly climbed up.

Notable Events Cast[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Interviews[edit]

2013[edit]

2012[edit]

2011[edit]

2010[edit]

2009[edit]

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