The North American Star League Season 3 is winding up and we are set for a treat.
Last week we reported on BitterdaM joining Gretorp and Frodan to cast the NASL. A great move bringing one of the worlds most popular casting duos to one of Americas biggest stages. Bringing the excitement of BitterdaM to the NASL is a great move for the public support, because who doesn’t love BitterdaM?
Tthe public has never hidden its biased opinions of the NASL, but these changes are easily a big step towards winning back the hearts and viewership of the community.
Another move for the NASL is a change towards live production.
The fans will be ecstatic over this, as it’s a movement that all productions should take. It keeps the show fresh and the casters on their feet, providing yet another layer of engagement. Hopefully the community will start to see the NASL in a different light as they have taken massive steps towards creating a more positive atmosphere for disgruntled fans.
The NASL has publicly stated in the past that they have always been aiming for the long run of the NASL and that short term decisions should not be how people have viewed the league. Should people see these new decisions and eat their words for criticizing them previously?
The NASL is taking leaps and bound towards creating a product that is going to push them even heavier into the North American StarCraft scene. They have easily had the best tournament structure – for long term entertainment — over any other organization and now these little fine tuning tweaks will really push them into the top runners of foreign StarCraft 2 content providers.
Stay tuned this week as the NASL announces their bone chilling line up, as once again Koreans will be in the mix.
Is Season 3 set to be the season that blows everything out of the water? Tell me what you think in the comments below.