We’re approaching the end of the Spring Split, and that means more recaps of regional winners as the field for MSI continues to come together. Plus, the rest of the episode will be all about fixing: bug fixing, match-fixing, and so much more! Stay tuned, as some big rulings and a permaban will be discussed.
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MSI Field Continues to Come Together, LCL Makes a Decision
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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 whose 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.