Dennis Gehlen. Machen worauf man Bock hat! Former SK-Gaming Pro, GIGA / ESL Host / Moderator und Gründer von TaKeTV aka „TaKe“:) und zweifacher. Interview mit Dennis Gehlen, der Kopf und Gründer von TakeTV, einer Event- und Produktionsfirma die unter anderem den HomeStory Cup organisiert und seit. Vor knapp zehn Jahren hat sich der ehemalige Profi-Gamer Dennis Gehlen selbständig gemacht und seine Produktionsfirma TaKeTV in.
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The second HomeStory Cup is when the tournament started gaining more international attention for having a bigger prize pool and more participants.
In HomeStory Cup IV , South Koreans participated for the first time and the players had specifically come from Korea to participate.
Stream numbers for the event broke into the 60, concurrent, around the same as most premier tournaments at the time.
Regarded as one of the most fun tournaments of the scene, the string of HSCs continued and reached a pinnacle at his tenth anniversary where HSC X was held in a local club named "Königsburg" allowing for a big live audience for the first time.
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Instead, another venue Gehlen wanted to go to was chosen to host the upcoming event, the Tropical Islands near Berlin, an indoor resort in a former airship hangar.
According to GosuGamers StarCraft II player rankings, eight out of the top ten players are Korean. Six of those top ten players will participate in the upcoming event.
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Remember Me. Wednesday, January 6, He is able to rely on many famous co-casters, because of his former gaming career. Gehlen is a former Warcraft III -player, founder and manager of the clan SK06 today known as SK Gaming.
Gehlen started the Homestory Cup in , a bi-annual, invitational StarCraft tournament that takes place in his apartment and features top players from all over the world.
In , Gehlen started his gaming-career with the game StarCraft: Brood War but one year later changed to Warcraft III  playing "Human".
In the next year Gehlen wasn't able to achieve such a good place, but in he was able to finish under the top three. Only 19 years old, Gehlen became team-manager of his clan Team SK Furthermore, he is managing the Team Alternate and lead it to big tournaments wins in the years , and Since the beginning of the Starcraft II Beta, he began playing and commentating for his new game.
In spring Gehlen became a freelancer but gets hired by Turtle Entertainment for events like the ESL Pro Series or the Homestory Cup. The event was cast from Gehlens flat which was the main reason why it was named "Homestory Cup".
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MICHAEL BISTER. LOUIS-LEE HOFFMANN.Dennis Gehlen. 14, likes · talking about this. Public Figure. Dennis "TaKe" Gehlen is a German WarCraft III player. Dennis Gehlen, (born March 7, in Krefeld, Germany) also known as TaKe, is a German professional StarCraft II commentator and works as a freelancer for Turtle Entertainment which hosts ESL-TV as well as the Electronic Sports League. He is able to rely on many famous co-casters, because of his former gaming career. The format was brought to life by former Warcraft III pro player and StarCraft competitor Dennis “TaKe” Gehlen, who explains, “the HomeStory Cup is a community-driven esports event from the very early times.”. TaKeTV stands for Dennis “ TaKe ” Gehlen who decided to pursue a career as progamer in his favourite game called "Warcraft III" back in the early s. He became one of Germany's most successful players at the time but quickly turned his eyes towards a different career path: use his gaming knowledge and popularity to become a commentator for the first German esports-TV-channels "GIGA 2" and "ESL TV".