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Nicolas Alexander' Tasteless' Plott is a well-known commentator.
Plott rose to fame after commentating for the GOM TV StarCraft II main event. Ever since the time he got offered a permanent job by GOM TV in 2019, he has been living in South Korea.
South Korea has always held a special place in Nick's heart. In an interview, he mentions how he always wanted to come to Korea as this was where the StarCraft tournaments began.
Plott is also famous for playing Protoss in Brood War.
Nicolas Plott, the famous sports commentator, has made a name for himself. Nick Plott has an estimated net worth of between $1 million- 5 million.
Information regarding his salary of Nick is currently unknown. However, at the young age of 37, Plott has already done very well for himself regarding income and fame.
Nick Plott's height is not known.
Nick Plott was born on August 11, 1984. His sun sign is Leo. Nick Plott is 37 years old as of 2021.
Born in Kansas City, Kansas, Nick Plott spent much of his time playing with his brother, Sean Plott. In 1998 when they were in school, the two brothers purchased the video game StarCraft from the store owing to the game's popularity.
Nick and Sean used to visit the internet cafe and play while giving each other gameplay advice. They would also meet other players who were much older than them.
As the internet connectivity got better over the years, they started attending StarCraft competitions that took place on Korean servers. They also won various tournaments while still in high school.
Nick later went on to study philosophy and psychology at Regis University in Denver.
During his time at the university, Nick Plott was an active member of the parliamentary debate team. Plott initially wanted to attend law school, but instead of grad school decided to pursue StarCraft full-time.
Unfortunately, very little information is available regarding the personal life and relationship status of Nick Plott. It is believed that Nick is currently single.
In 2005, Nick Plott and his brother Sean participated in the World Cyber Games 2005. Unfortunately, Nick lost to his brother quite early on in the game. Plott watched as an audience supported his brother. While listening to the game's commentary, he felt angry at the inexperience of the commentator. He then requested to co-host the game's commentary, which was accepted. This was Nick Plott's first experience as a commentator.
After this, Nick Plott was offered commentary jobs without pay in various countries like Singapore, Europe, and Japan. Nick was in his last semester of college when he was called upon by GOM TV, a Korean broadcasting company. Nick Plott provided commentary in English for the competitive StarCraft: Broodwar series. The network contacted Nick in a bid to extend the reach of the game.
After receiving the offer, Nick dropped out of school and was in Seoul a week after. He decided to make a career in StarCraft commentary. In 2007, Nick became the first Western StarCraft commentator or caster in South Korea. Star Invitational had about 75,000 viewers. Three seasons of Averatec-Intel Classic were some of the other shows Plott provided commentary for.
Before the launch of StarCraft II, Plott, and the American commentator, Dan Artosis Stemkoski began casting together. They came to be known with a portmanteau moniker of their nicknames, namely Tasteless and Artosis - Tastosis. Plott and Stemkoski commentated at the StarCraft II World Championship Series Europe finals, UK nationals, DreamHAck Winter 2011, Australian and Oceania finals, Major league Gaming 2021 Spring Arena, 2011 Orlando and Raleigh.
Plott's hobbies include traveling, reading, and internet surfing.
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