Representing women on the talent panel is Soe Gschwind, one of the most accomplished casters in the industry. Soe's e-sports career began with shoutcasting beat-em-ups. She then moved on to shoutcast Quake Live, and continues to be involved with that scene. Also…going to work in my pj and being dressed up is rather nice tbh… — Soe Gschwind-Penski Soembie kicks off Wednesday night, assembling the best players the globe has to offer. She has since then shifted her focus heavily onto Dota 2, hosting events and creating shows for the project such as X Marks the News and Items of Interest which she is hosting with her co-worker Austin 'Capitalist' Walsh. Soe's e-sports career began with shoutcasting beat-em-ups, Bloody Roar.
Salome Soe Gschwind Penski born in Basel, Switzerland on September 16, 1988 is a Swiss Commentator and Moderator working Freaks 4U Gaming GmbH, an international gaming agency located in Berlin, Germany, since 2007. She has been working in this field for over a decade, and can bring valuable insight to the broadcast. A more comprehensive collection of Soe's sketches, paintings and other artwork is available on her. The company has also taken a firm stance against toxic behaviour around its game. Believe it or not but women are not the only ones fighting for equality.
The diversity of its line-up and variety of its female characters has been praised by various critics. The top tier subscriptions are sold out, but every patron gets hand-drawn doodles from Soe every month for supporting. Soe was part of a four-person team that hosted GameSports in 2015, an Esports-focused show that aired on cable in Germany. Videos of some of Soe's artwork are available on her. So now that we have this over and done with, lets hope we can move forward and try and do better as a species. I had hoped we had evolved beyond this crap sadly no.
How about exclusive behind-the-scenes videos and vlogs from some of your favorite eSports events from all over the world! So it looks like she feminist wrongly, seriously what the hell 2018, are we still going to behave in such a silly way. Believe it or not but women are not the only ones fighting for equality. From her Soe Gschwind is a Swiss commentator and host. Due to her commitment to adaptability and her ongoing involvement with a myriad of games, Soe has not been able to focus exclusively on any other game in particular.
She then moved on to shoutcast Quake Live, and continued to be involved with that scene. If Soe had made a hateful angry message then maybe this could me justified but all she did was thank the men that have stood by and supported women. . In July 2015, Soe started hosting an eSports show on German television alongside 3 of her German-speaking colleagues from Freaks 4U Gaming. Honestly I feel like just because I am a man I have no say in this, but as a human I have to say to anyone who thinks what she said should result in a public stoning, seriously just walk out in front of a bus and do us all a favor.
Most of the artistic stuff is from several years ago, as Soe has shifted more towards a full-time career in Esports. That time has been increasingly sparse lately as she prepares for Overwatch League, but her YouTube channel is filled with crafts dedicated to some of her favorite characters in gaming. Blizzard has always positioned Overwatch as a game that promotes inclusivity. Soe has been a fixture in Germany, and is involved with Freaks 4U Gaming.
But there are a few gems for those who browse her channel, including this awesome. She is an Artist and Sculptor In her spare time, Soe enjoys making crafting and will sometimes post her work on her YouTube channel. Blizzard has for homophobic remarks during livestreams - behaviour that later saw him - and has. Its ok to disagree with someone but you do not need to give out empty cowardly threats! Now onto the important issue we do really need to get some female players in the Overwatch League, especially since I play with a very skilled female player I know and anyone with common sense knows that women are just as good as men. In July 2015, Soe started hosting an eSports show on German television alongside 3 of her German-speaking colleagues from Freaks 4U Gaming.
Various video games firms celebrated International Women's Day in their own way last week. Soe brings credibility to a new Esports scene. In the original tweet, Soe Gschwind-Penski aka Soembie thanked any men that have supported women's fight for equality and recognised her as an equal. But Soe was able to make it happen, and provided expert insight on Dota2, Starcraft2 and World of Warcraft when called upon.
You can read the message below: It's I'd like to give a special shoutout to all the men in our lives who have supported us, gave us a voice when we had none, fought for our cause and treated us the way we all ought to treat each other. She Has a Patreon Where She Will Make You Art If you like her art so much you want some of your own, Soe will make you art if you. After hosting a daily esports show on German television in 2016, she moved to Versailles, France, to work as an Associate Esports Manager and on-screen talent for Blizzard Entertainment. A notable figure from the world of esports has received multiple death threats over a tweet she made to celebrate International Women's Day. You can now support me on Patreon : With your help I will be able to finally create more artsy stuff, random videos and much more - I am ever so grateful for the interest you guys have been showing over the past years in anything I do and I am determined to continue my efforts, create things and hopefully put a smile on some peoples faces! Blizzard has spared no expense for the inaugural season, including gathering some of the biggest and most influential casters in Esports. .