Tom 'SneakyBeaky' Taylor

About this service

  • My name is Tom Taylor and I've been working as a CSGO commentator since July 2020, taking the leap to working fulltime in May last year. During my tenure, I have worked 74 events including 2 Valve RMRs, 9 A-Tier events and 5 LANs. I've worked with a plethora of notable companies including ESL, Blast, WePlay and GRID and have become a contracted commentator/content creator for the Champion of Champions Tour (CCT) since November. For a more complete list of my work, see my Liquipedia page here:
  • I have more recently delved into interviewing and hosting, working as a freelance interviewer/journalist at multiple S-Tier and A-Tier event last year such as the PGL Antwerp Major, IEM Cologne and the Pinnacle Cup Finals where I sat down with many of the scene's seasoned veterans. I had my first stage hosting role through Epic 37 where I worked their CSGO Finals and I will soon be working a booth at the upcoming Paris Major as a host interacting directly with fans inside the venue.
  • I have over 5,000 hours inside CSGO itself and before working in the industry, I would regularly attend events so I pride myself on having a firm knowledge of the game allowing me to add a new depth to my work, even when focusing on an energetic play-by-play style of commentating. I am also looking to expand my horizons into further content creation and new esports titles, predominantly Apex Legends, should the right opportunity present itself.
  • I am ready to travel at any time and have dual UK and Irish citizenship which makes jetting off on short notice significantly easier.
  • If you decide to hire me for your event, you can expect professionalism, energy and dedication to both the research and live performance that make up my role.




British/Irish CSGO caster, interviewer and host with 3 years of online, studio and LAN experience ranging from Tier 3 to Tier 1

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Tom Taylor

United Kingdom
On since May 27, 2024
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