Feardragon

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Player Information
Name:
Ravi Pareek
Birth:
September 13, 1990 (1990-09-13) (age 26)
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Alternate IDs:
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Ravi "feardragon" Pareek is a freelance, North American commentator.

Biography[edit]

Feardragon started Starcraft back in 1998 upon the launch of Starcraft: Brood War. After moving away to other interests, he came back as a casual player on ICCUP(D) and occasional viewer of professional Broodwar games in 2008. Between 2008 and 2011, he was heavily involved in the competitive Super Smash Bros. Brawl community.

Wings of Liberty[edit]

Upon the release of the Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty Beta, he received an early invite and began playing. Eventually, he began commentating for Purdue University's Collegiate Starleague Team and began his youtube channel. For a short time he ran an event called Balance Battles on a weekly basis, which involved pitting players of different skill levels against each other and giving the higher league player a handicap.

Eventually, during an internship at Amazon in the summer of 2012, he commentated a few internal events involving Amazon's After Hours Gaming League Team, leading into later official and unofficial AHGL Season 3 commentaries.

During the Fall of 2012, feardragon began commentating for the Under Rated Team League Season 1. He was later asked back on as a caster for Season 2 in Heart of the Swarm.

Heart of the Swarm[edit]

Throughout Heart of the Swarm, feardragon has continued to freelance commentate for various events including the Under Rated Team League Season 2, the After Hours Gaming League Season 3, and LaG Gaming's $1000 Tournament qualifiers.

Feardragon also started a blog about the intricacies of commentating and casting called Casting Concepts. He updates on roughly every two weeks.

Feardragon was a regular caster for the 2014 Deimos Esports Team League that took place from January 31st to April 13th.

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