LCS 2021 On-Air Broadcast Team Revealed
The LCS 2021 on-air broadcast team has just been revealed, and needless to say, it’s quite an impressive one! It is a fantastic mix comprised of both old and new faces. It’ll be able to stand toe to toe with the LEC in regards to analysis and sheer entertainment.
Barento “Razleplasm” Mohammed (former LPL caster and GGS Academy coach), Emily Rand (formerly of ESPN Esports), Hai “Hai” Du Lam (of Cloud9 fame), Kien Lam, Derrick “Primal” Asiedu, Kieran “Allorim” Logue, and Jake “Spawn” Tiberi will all be joining the analyst desk in some way, shape, or form. All of these individuals come from a wide range of backgrounds (casting, professional play, content creation) will undoubtedly result in one of the best and most interesting analyst desks around. Heck, maybe that’s even an understatement.
They’ll be joining the much-beloved “old guard” — James “Dash” Patterson, David “Phreak” Turley, Rivington Bruce Bisland III, Julian “Pastrytime” Carr, Clayton “CaptainFlowers” Raines, Sam “Kobe” Hartman-Kenzler, Isaac “Azael” Cummings Bentley, Mark “MarkZ” Zimmerman, and Gabriella “LeTigress” Devia-Allen.
Talk about a stacked lineup!
2021 — A Reason for Optimism
All signs are pointing towards North America having one of its best and most entertaining seasons yet. There’s a brand-new rebrand, an exciting new format, and more superteams than you can shake a stick at! Of course, none of this will mean much if orgs and players don’t step up and deliver on the international stage. Regardless, the potential is there, and in ample quantities, too.
The 2021 LCS Spring Split is scheduled to begin on Jan. 15 with the LCS Lock-In. There’s still no schedule at the time of this writing, but you can expect that to change in a matter of days. In any case, if things pan out as expected, we should be in for one heck of a ride, and you do not want to miss any of the action!