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Dan "Artosis" Stemkoski is an American Terran player and widely noted commentator.
Artosis is known as both a successful amateur player and a high level commentator, associated with TSL and several other events. He worked for IEG through the site SCForAll.com with news, commentating and had his own StarCraft weekly show. He has hosted many online and offline tournaments and other events during the years, such as Ascension and ESWC Asian Masters in early 2009, with online qualifiers and one foreigner going to Korea for the finals.
Unlike many previous players turned commentators, Artosis has a reputation as a good player that gives him insight into gameplay. This is because he has played StarCraft for so long and qualified for no less than seven WCG USA Finals and in 2004 he qualified for the WCG Grand Finals. In the grand finals he lost two games and won one in his group. That ultimately was not enough to qualify him for the elimination bracket.
Artosis did more for the Brood War community than comment and make videos for SCForAll, he was also one of the people involved in bringing the Dutch Zerg Jos "ret" de Kroon to Korea, supplying eSTRO coaches with replays and acting as the middleman. Later on, when things turned sour between eSTRO and ret, he helped out by letting ret stay at his place until ret decided to leave in January 2010.
During the 2009-2010 timespan, he was one of the four official casters for the 2009 Pokerstrategy.com TSL, where he teamed up with friend and former teammate Nick "Tasteless" Plott. Together they formed a duo that was officially named "The Casting Archon". He also commented the special series between IdrA and NonY together with Blake "Chill" Muzar.
Dan "Artosis" Stemkoski was a top American Terran player before beginning his casting career by covering mainly non-Korean online tournaments like Ascension. After casting the Razer TSL in 2008, Artosis moved to Korea and did interviews and coverage for IEG, the media giant that sponsored the eSTRO professional gaming team. Artosis joined Tasteless to cast Blizzcon 2008 and 2009, as well as the WCG Grand Final this year. Artosis also hosted many online and offline tournaments and other events during the years, such as Ascension and ESWC Asian Masters in early 2009, with online qualifiers and one foreigner going to Korea for the finals. Artosis is known as "The Wikipedia of StarCraft" for his comprehensive knowledge of the game.
"The *NEW* Handgun"
- TheElitists SC2 Interview
- Artosis on SC2 and Kespa/Blizzard - By AndroidBit
- Pclloh Interview
- Broodsport Interview
- Rage Interview
- Aon.Chika Interview
- Korean Interview
- Artosis' First Lan - By Artosis
 Notable Games
- Artosis v. Rekrul betgame series. $20/game(reppack)
- 1 hour TvP featuring Artosis and ex-progamer NonY(rep)