I’ll be honest - the mixture of emotions I felt when I was first asked to headline the Starcraft II casting at the U.K.’s largest LAN event was nothing like what you would hear in a press release. The typical “I am thrilled to be casting…” spiel just wouldn’t have cut it, because I was feeling equal parts thrill, excitement, nervousness, responsibility, and a ton of butterflies in the old gamer stomach. While I had been to and even cast at a U.K. LAN tournament before (see my blog posts on the E More

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