EB: Anyone you want to give a shoutout to or thanks before we end this?
Sean Plott: I’d like to give a shoutout to everyone that helps making Daytv possible. All the fine crew, because it’s amazing how incredibly consistent and reliable everyone is. They just always… always hit the marks. So huge shoutout to them, ’cause even though I am the public one that people see, Daytv would be absolutely nothing without their amazing help.
EB: Well, thanks to you for doing the Daily and once again thanks for coming along. See you at your next Daily!
Sean Plott: Cheers!
About Sean Plott
Day, aka Sean Plott, wants to be your Funsmith.
Playing games and building relationships through gaming has been a lifelong delight for Day, and he wants to share that same happy passion with you. Day is an 12-year veteran and top player of StarCraft who has been rated A+/A on ICCUP/PGT on multiple accounts over multiple seasons. He has qualified for the World Cyber Games USA finals 7 times, the World Cyber Games Grand Finals 3 times, and won the Pan American Championship in 2007. Sean plays random in StarCraft 2 as a top-rated master player. Day grew up playing StarCraft with his brother, Nick (aka “Tasteless”), now a professional shoutcaster with GOM.TV in Korea. You can watch Day tell the story of his life in StarCraft here.
Day holds a B.S. in Mathematics from Harvey Mudd College and a Master of Fine Arts in Interactive Media from the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California. Since graduating in May of 2011, he has devoted himself to working full time in the eSports industry through his company, Jink.TV.
Day loves to share his knowledge of StarCraft strategy. In addition to hosting his own nightly show, the Day Daily, Sean travels around the world to shoutcast StarCraft tournaments hosted by DreamHack, GamesCom, the World Cyber Games, the Collegiate StarLeague, Major League Gaming, Electronic Sports League, Blizzard, etc, an activity that sometimes wears him out and causes him stress.
Day also loves board games and card games, comic books, combinatorics, green tea, burritos, stand up comedy, storytelling, electronic music (Trentemoller), stained glass art, papercraft, pop surrealist art, funny youtube videos, the community, and his alma mater, Harvey Mudd College – where they actually allowed him to lecture on StarCraft strategy (40% of the student body showed up).