Here are the big personalities casting for LEC's 2023 splits!
The LEC is starting the year off right. After highlighting the region's strengths in the Kickoff Event, they've shown the world how serious the region's biggest teams can get, old and new. Things are just getting heated, and the vast EMEA league holds a lot of things in store for their splits.
With the Winter Split set to start in just a few days, the League for EMEA has at last revealed the faces of their shoutcast teams. These personalities will add on to the hype that takes place on the stage before, during and after each match. Everyone has a vital part to play in the esports scene. Offering careful insights, player interviews and high-adrenaline play-by-plays, these experienced talents will elevate the LEC experience for the coming year.
Curious about the charming voices that are set to grace the matches among the LEC's best? Here's the complete list of old and new shoutcasters joining us in LEC 2023:
- Eefje 'Sjokz' Depoortere
- Laure Valée
- Christopher 'Ender' Frierson
- Mikkel 'Guldborg' Nielsen
- Daniel Drakos
- Marc 'Caedrel' Lamont
- Aaron 'Medic' Chamberlain
- Andrew 'Vedius' Day
- Trevor 'Quickshot' Henry
- Robert 'Dagda' Price
The powerhouse cast also boasts accomplished presenters in their field. Vedius spoke over epic matches from last year's Worlds Semifinals matches between T1 and JDG, while Eefje Depoortere deservedly earned a Game Award for Best Esports Host back in 2020. Whichever way you look at it, the international LEC crowd's in good hands.
With the majority of recognizable talents comes a new voice. Robert 'Dagda' Price will be making his debut in the LEC shoutcast team starting 2023. We've seen and heard Dagda and his commentary in the past Worlds tournaments, and we can't wait to see the spice he adds to this group of clearly colorful personalities.
With this announcement comes a few more names that are going to guest star in the LEC's seasonal events. Here are the guests who are going to drop by the LEC's largest events of the year:
- Mads 'Broxah' Brock-Pedersen
- Alexander 'Nymaera' Hapgood
- Georgia 'Troubleinc' Paras
- Jakob 'YamatoCannon' Mebdi
- Oisín Molloy
- Adrian ‘Jamada’ Wharlton-Thorne
- … and many others
Dad jokes, absurd skits and whacky musical numbers galore will inevitably find your screens (and your hearts) when these talents take the stage. Don't get left out, because shoutcasters as a whole, know how to mix things up!
The LEC's inaugural Winter Split arrives on everybody's screens at January 21, 2023.