Guys we'ld like to explain what happened with this game and hopefully we'll be making a thread soon that describes exactly all that happened including the miscommunication and confusion.
A small synopsis, it's not a huge problem at all, it was just a simple mistake between GSL and E-Frag. GSL expecting E-Frag to cast in serbian since facetv have license for the english stream. The casters were not aware and casted the game, we were told to shut down mid way. In the middle of casting such an incredible game, in the heat of the moment we thought they were just closing us because of the competition, we had no knowledge of what was going on.
iFactv deserved 100% to cast that game, it was our fault for casting when they had the license and it was our mistake. We take back anything we said because it was out of hand and we were unaware of the situation. We had the go-go then suddenly we couldnt cast.
We've spoken to GSL and faceitTV and so there are no issues hopefully. E-frag don't have anything against ifacetv and in-fact during the stream we did give a good word for them and were referring to them throughout.
We are very sorry for the confusion, hate and problems caused by it. Hopefully next time there will be more organisation and this wont happen again. We thank everyone for understanding.
Faceit is a very high quality stream that is doing so much for CS:GO, a stream that I watched and will continue to watch.
No problem, even though the license thing is ridiculous. People should be able to cast whatever they want on twitch.
Either way, you're a good caster. If you get a decent studio mic and start your own thing in csgo you can definitely make it far and eventually get to cast events.
Just make sure to keep your stream serious, not much jerking around and tune down on the giveaways as they're abit distracting. It's nice to give something out to people but have to do it SO much and interrupting what is happening in the game because there is some announncement of some dude winning some skins is not always nice.