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kabyraGe

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[e][h]Protoss kabyraGe
Commentator Information
Name:
Владислав Перчик
Romanized Name:
Vladislav Perchik
Nationality:
Born:
July 12, 1984 (age 39)
Race:
Alternate IDs:
kaby[raGe]
Years Active (caster):
0,
2015 - Present
Links


Vladislav "kabyraGe" Perchik is an amateur player who used to play for the amateur clan [raGe] (which does not exist anymore). He is an organizer and a referee of a number of different online and offline StarCraft II tournaments and a caster from Russia. He owns a Community Commander portrait in StarCraft II granted by Blizzard.

Caster career[edit]

He started his caster career in 2009 doing StarCraft: Brood War streams. His first big appearance was at WCG Preliminaries in Saint Petersburg (Russia) in 2010. When Wings of Liberty beta was released, he switched to StarCraft II and broadcasted numerous tournaments, such as World Cyber Games, World Championship Series, Dreamhack, Global StarCraft II League, Afreeca StarLeague and more.

He joined Virtus.pro as a caster in 2012 and worked for them until the end of 2014 when the organization decided to leave StarCraft II entirely. At the beginning of 2017, he joined StarLadder and took part in broadcasting World Championship Series events including 2019 WCS Spring and 2019 WCS Summer in Kyiv, where he appeared live on the main Russian stream. In 2019, after WCS Summer, he and Alex007 left StarLadder.

Tournaments Organization[edit]

He started creating tournaments in Quake II in 2007. His first ever StarCraft: Brood War tournament was a small LAN event in Saint Petersburg (Russia) in 2008.

Later he took part in creating a number of LAN events, such as All For Gamers series in Saint Petersburg (Russia), Sc2tv LAN Series Kyiv (Ukraine), Sc2tv LAN Series Lite in Saint Petersburg (Russia), WCS Preliminaries in Saint Petersburg (Russia), Techlabs in Moscow (Russia), World Electronic Sports Games 2017 in Haikou (China), 2019 WCS Summer and 2019 WCS Spring in Kyiv (Ukraine), and more.

He also helped organizing online tournaments, such as World Electronic Sports Games 2017 Online Qualifiers and World Electronic Sports Games 2017 Ukraine Qualifiers, Amateur Series and Ultimate Series in 2017 and 2018, StarCraft: Remastered Open Series and Pro Series, and more.

Notable Events Casted[edit]

DateTierTournamentPositionPartner List
2024-02-11PremierIEM Katowice 2024IEM Katowice 2024Russian Commentator
2023-08-06PremierGamers8 2023Gamers8 2023Russian Commentator
2023-02-12PremierIEM Katowice 2023IEM Katowice 2023Russian Commentator
2022-02-27PremierIEM Katowice 2022IEM Katowice 2022Russian Commentator
2021-02-28PremierIEM Katowice 2021IEM Katowice 2021Russian Commentator
2020-03-01PremierIEM Katowice 2020IEM Katowice 2020Russian Commentator
2019-11-01Premier2019 WCS Global Finals2019 WCS Global FinalsRussian Commentator
2017-01-15PremierWorld Electronic Sports Games 2016World Electronic Sports Games 2016Other Language Commentator
2016-09-10Premier2016 Global StarCraft II League Season 2: Code S2016 GSL Season 2: Code SRussian Commentator
2015-11-07Premier2015 WCS Global Finals2015 WCS Global FinalsOther Language Commentator
About achievementsBroadcasts from any Tournament

Interviews[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • Was granted an unofficial "Headadmin" title by a Russian Quake II community.
  • Won a Rookie StarLeague Season 1 in Brood War playing as Zerg.
  • Is known as an influencer for Alex007 in his early days.
  • Famous for his casting style including a lot of reference to literature and movies.

References[edit]