Articles by Paul Chaloner
Clear rules, strong leadership and education needed to combat...
Racism has no place in esports. In any part of esports. I think we can all agree on that. So when it does, from time to time, rear its ugly head in whatever community, we are usually quick to
Redeye: TOs are shooting themselves in the foot by treating talent...
Paul Chaloner is an advisor and ambassador for Luckbox and founder of esports agency Code Red
In the interest of improving conditions and pay for on-screen talent, I’ve often spoken to tournament
The politics of talent selection
Majors, world championships and The International. All events talent aspire to work at and why wouldn't they?
It might not be clear to you, the fan, but on-screen talent are just as competitively minded as
Esports on ESPN: Overwatch ratings highlight challenge for TV...
TV or not TV? A question possibly even Shakespeare couldn’t answer. Well, he never had TV I guess so there is that…
Anyway, in 2018, it’s a question for a lot of people both in the TV and
What does it take to make it as an esports broadcaster?
Luck > Skill.
All right, it’s a stolen mantra from the most famous of Unreal Tournament frag movies (The Fooze movie, go watch it, it’s still great) but it entered my head again today after a chat with an
In The Red Corner: Gambling can benefit esports - if it's done...
Esports icon Paul 'Redeye' Chaloner discusses esports betting, skins gambling and his work with Luckbox
When you look at traditional sports, it's pretty obvious that the investment from the
The peculiar case of the Dota Pro Circuit
Esports icon and Luckbox ambassador Paul 'Redeye' Chaloner dreams up how his version of the Dota Pro Circuit 2018-19 would look
EDITOR'S NOTE: Valve has since announced its plans for the
Welcome to Redeye's fantasy Fortnite esports world
What would you do with $100million?
With the announcement from Epic Games of their $100m commitment to Fortnite as an esport, it got me thinking.
What would this look like and how would