British Peppa Pig speedrunner, Aaron ‘Medic’ Chamberlain (who also works as a caster for the League of Legends LEC), has joined Team BDS as an ambassador.
He’ll be teaming up with the LEC side to produce content together, and will be doing a set amount of streams per month.
The announcement was made on the Team BDS Twitter account in the below video, which portrayed Medic as a ‘caster genie’.
Team BDS player Crownie summoned Medic in the video and said: “I want to win Worlds.”
Medic told him it’s not possible as he needs to remain an unbiased caster, before Crownie says: “Okay, I want the LEC title.”
The two go back and forth, before Crownie asks for a trophy that looks like the LEC title, before Medic denies him again.
Crownie then wishes for Medic to stop being a caster genie, to just being a caster that joins Team BDS.
The announcement was also made while Medic was streaming.
Medic said on stream: “So I’m joining Team BDS as an ambassador/content creator. We’ll make content together, I’m very excited and it should be a lot of fun.
“I’ve wanted to do a lot of the stuff we’re gonna do for a while, and this now gives me the opportunity to do that. So I’m super stoked and very happy to be a part of Team BDS.”
Medic added on Twitter:
Medic will remain an LEC caster and do content with BDS on the side, just like Trouble casts on the LEC and also works with SK Gaming. He will said he will still cast BDS games in the LEC and that there’s no conflict of interest.
Medic’s chat also joked that he’d be doing BDSM content.
Team BDS commented: “Thrilled to announce Aaron ‘Medic’ Chamberlain is joining Team BDS as an ambassador. Exciting plans ahead – stay tuned! Welcome aboard, Medic!”
Medic is of course part of the LEC 2023 broadcast talent line-up.
Medic also recently worked at the Mid-Season Invitational (MSI 2023) in London.
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