Im not entirely convinced that’s necessary. I feel like there is enough talent available within each region that we wouldn’t need a dedicated team to go all over the place. Not to mention that the sponsorship to support the endeavor would be nearly impossible to capture.
Some of the better streams out there have a mix of people in the booth from all over the country. I would pay money to be able to call a round with Greg Dunlap at every tournament. Steven Bowden Was basically born in a broadcast booth. There are far more examples of people who do an excellent job, but I pointed out those two for the sake of example.
This is where my earlier point about standardizing things comes in; if you can set the expectation and come to a consensus on how things are to be done based on internal and external feedback, you don’t have to scramble to find people to make a decent broadcast. Even if you don’t have “a-list” (sorry b-list booth people.... suckers) you can meet with the team pre-broadcast and give a rundown of what to do, what to expect, etc... something like this may also help to groom not-so-experienced commentators into being phenomenal commenters. The same could be said of producers and the overall production itself.