Well, the holiday season started off with a real bang, as not only did the official highlight reel from Worlds 2021 get released, but there were major…MAJOR roster moves aplenty! Two big questions will be answered on this episode: how is the preseason patch holding up, and will the recent drama at Fnatic lead towards their demise? All this and more as Erik Watkins and Bryan Espinoza present their coverage of the League of Legends Preseason!
All that and more on our first official…almost regularly scheduled show!
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About League 2 The Max
League 2 The Max sounds almost exactly like you think. Bryan Espinoza and Erik Watkins discuss all the big news in the world of League of Legends, be it the game itself, what’s going on in the North American eSports league, and different stories from at home and around the world. Just… don’t be surprised if there are some crazy tangents from time to time.
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Erik, disguised as the great Dr. Manhattan, is admittedly a newb when it comes to League of Legends. Yes, he’s known about it for quite some time, but lately his interest has piqued after Worlds 2021. He’s committed to learning as he goes, and behind the scenes, Bryan is getting him to consider delving in himself. Until then, he may have a new retirement plan up his sleeve.
Bryan Espinoza is better known by his gamer tag “andesian”. He’s a Gold 4 peak League of Legends player who’s analysis and commentary have been featured in previous Worlds broadcasts, and is an ADC main. His favorite champion is Caitlyn, and his first champion was Varus. He also does reporting and producing for DragonConTV, a fan-convention-based broadcasting channel/news service. Bryan has a background in Television Production and has been playing League of Legends since Season 3.