One of the best parts with an esport is all new content posted every day online. The hard part can be to keep track and knowing where to go for some good Starcraft matches. I will present what I believe to be the best YouTube channels for Starcraft.
HDStarcraft is one of the biggest and most professional Starcraft channels out there. “HD” who is the owner of the channel gives us Starcraft matches in high definition with some excellent commentary. HD also gives us some other content than just matches. The “daily ladder” is videos of him playing in first person view, which are great for learning the game or just observe for fun.
HuskyStarcraft is another great channel with “husky” as the caster. With a lot of content always uploaded constantly to his channel, husky knows how to keep his fans happy. Husky gives us great matches with good and funny commentary. There is also time to time other content than just pro matches, there are first person videos. Husky often inform all the Starcraft fans of news and changes to the game. A great channel and must checkout if you are a Starcraft2 fan.
Day9TV is the home for any Starcraft gamer; this is where you should spend half your time at least. Sean”Day9″Plott is one of the most experienced Starcraft gamers and brings you the “Day9 daily” where we learn to become a better gamer. Day9 focus more on analyzing the game and teaching than other channels. There is still a great amount of matches to watch and other gaming content such as Diablo 3 now.
ArtosisTV is a great channel for behind the scenes videos and pro games casted by Artosis. He is one of the oldest members in the Starcraft community and an excellent caster. Few have such deep insight and knowledge about the game as Artosis. Being located in Korea, he provides the foreigners with coverage of the Korean scene and tournaments. A channel worth checking out if you want to see what happens behind the monitors.
PsyStarcraft is a channel from the active member “Psy” from team Vile. Psy casts many of his own games he has played against many high level opponents. Very good quality games with the interesting concept of a player reflecting his own games afterwards. It gives the viewer insightful commentary to the games played and decisions made.
TotalBiscuit is the legendary caster from the UK doing commentary and first person videos of him playing on a more casual level. The “I suck at Starcraft” daily is recorded from his live stream and available on the YouTube channel later. Totalbiscuit is a bit of a newcomer to the Starcraft2 as caster but is doing great commentary and becoming better rapidly.