Here are some of the good resources to learning about Starcraft.
- filtersc’s YouTube channel – he starts at a very basic level, so if you’re newer and need to get your fingers underneath you, his videos are a great resource
- Apollo’s YouTube channel – he has made a few playlists of guides to playing each race and explaining builds in every matchup. Check out his “Bronze to Master” tutorials
- Day Daily “Newbie Tuesday” – he does hour long shows where he talks through a particular topic. Besides being a premier personality and commentator, he’s a former Brood War pro and very helpful and entertaining
- Liquipedia – TeamLiquid is making a big push right now to improve their StarCraft strategy content
Videos and Streams
Below are a few favorite streamers as well. Note that there’s an American bias because they stream at times that are convenient for me to watch.
- iNcontroL – American pro player. He’s not top-top tier, but he is still far better than most of us, and also quite entertaining. He talks through his games quite well
- Artosis – American caster. He is quite familiar with the meta and often provides good replay analysis of his games
- DrennoC – American amateur streamer. He doesn’t have a huge following, but he commentates continuously through his game and interacts with chat well
- ViBE – American pro player. He’s best known for ridiculously high APM, but more importantly, he’s constantly talking through his games
- Pseudorandom63 – American amateur streamer. He also doesn’t have a big following, but he innovates his own strategies and provides good analysis for his games
- qxc – American pro player. I happen to think he’s really smart and has good micro. He likes bio a lot.
And an obligatory Brood War throwback guide, for all of you who may have missed it.