The League of Legends English speaking LoL Worlds 2023 broadcast talent line-up has today been announced, and UK talent Joe ‘Munchables’ Fenny is a part of it.
The call-up marks the first time Munchables will be a part of the Worlds broadcast, following his work on the English broadcast of the Chinese LPL in recent years, and Munchables’ time at MSI 2023 in London.
Munchables said: “I made it to Worlds! Literal bucket list stuff. Genuinely so happy with what I’ve achieved this year, I can’t believe this is actually my life.”
Munchables joins fellow UK talent Medic and Vedius on the LoL Worlds 2023 broadcast talent line-up, as well as Irish LoL mainstays Dagda and Oisin.
LoL Worlds 2023 broadcast talent
The full English speaking LoL Worlds 2023 broadcast talent list can be found below:
LoL Worlds 2023 co-streamers
North America (English):
Latin America (Spanish)
- Jim Rising
- English: Caedrel, Broxah
- Spanish: Ibai
- Italian: Terenas, Paoloidolo
- French: Kamet0
- German: Tolkin
- Turkish: LynxCerez, Naru
- Polish: Nervarien, Delord
- Arabic: Dattura, Snow
- Kim Min Gyo
- Lee Sang Ho
- Hello Suya
- Indonesia: Kurohiko
- Philippines: Maggiekarp
- Vietnam: SofM, Optimus, Hoang Luan
- Thailand: Lloyd Style
- Taiwan: RB
- Takaya Special
Caedrel steps back from casting to focus on streaming, will co-stream Worlds 2023
Well-known UK League of Legends caster, streamer and former pro player, Marc ‘Caedrel’ Lamont, is a notably absent from the LoL Worlds 2023 broadcast talent list today.
In a post on X and a video on his YouTube channel embedded below, he announced he’s stepping away from casting on the LEC to focus more on streaming, and confirmed he will be working as a Worlds 2023 official English co-streamer.
Caedrel said: “The struggle I’ve faced is that I’ve been pulled around between two different worlds of being a caster and a streamer for years now. Trying to keep both going has contributed to a lot of exhaustion and stress where I feel like I’ve been going non-stop for so long, that everything’s starting to become so overwhelming.
“It’s affecting my work in both areas as well as my personal life and I’ve neglected it for too long – juggling being a caster and a streamer has become too much. And so, looking to 2024, I will be moving away from being core broadcast talent on the LEC to focus full-time on streaming.
“I knew my last full-time cast as a caster was the LEC finals in Montpelier, and it was quite difficult to accept that I had to step away,” he added.
Caedrel also took the time to thank everyone for the support he’s received over the past three years, and clarified that this doesn’t mean he’ll completely leave the LEC, as he may be around as a guest now and then.
He’ll also co-stream other League tournaments in the future.
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