LEC 2023 broadcast talent line-up includes MediVedi, Caedrel, Dagda and others


The League of Legends esports LEC 2023 broadcast talent line-up has been announced, and it includes a host of familiar faces – including UK talent.

LEC 2023 broadcast core talent team

Medic and Vedius (aka MediVedi) and Caedrel are the UK talent on board, while Irish caster Dagda has also been added as part of the team for the year.

Dagda has previously worked as a guest caster as part of the LEC 2022 caster line-up and will now be a part of the core team for 2023.

Other individuals on the LEC 2023 broadcast talent line-up include Sjokz, the return of Ender, Guldborg (who left the NLC last year), Daniel Drakos, Quickshot and Laure, who said she’ll now be working as an interviewer and host.

Riot made the announcement on the LoLEsports website.

Dagda’s addition to the LEC comes after he left the Chinese LPL broadcast line-up.

It was announced a few days ago that UK talent Jamada and Nymaera have joined the LPL 2023 Spring broadcast talent line-up.

Aux is another UK caster that has departed the LPL line-up, and Esports News UK understands he will have an announcement on his broadcast plans for 2023 soon.

LEC 2023 broadcast guests

Once again, the LEC Berlin studio will host an array of guest talent throughout the year.

This time around, guests will include former player Broxah, UK talent Nymaera and Jamada, former Fnatic coach YamatoCannon, former NLC caster Troubleinc, Irish caster Oisín Molloy and others.

The news comes after an independent survey found that LEC fans were overwhelmingly impressed with the on-air talent, content and analysis on the broadcasts.

Other LEC 2023 details

A few months ago, Riot Games announced some format changes to the LEC, and changes to its EMEA Regional Leagues.

The LEC was renamed the League of Legends EMEA Championships and was given a season overhaul. The competition will now take place across three splits: Winter, Spring, and Summer, with Winter Split and Spring Split taking place prior to MSI London 2023.

The LEC gets underway once again from January 21st 2023 for the winter split.

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