As Worlds 2023 is on the horizon, here is the list of all the casters attending the event.
Worlds is the most significant event in League of Legends. In it, the best players from worldwide compete against each other. It is an exciting time for both a player and a spectator.
There are many central parts of the League of Legends Worlds Championship. For example, having a LAN venue, having exciting matches, etc. But one of the most important aspects is casters.
Casters are the people who bring excitement to the pro matches with their voice talents. They hype up the matches in ways that are still unmatched. Additionally, they even give their gameplay feedback and analyze the game so that it is understandable. The Worlds or any League of Legends pro tournament isn’t the same without them.
Recently, Riot has revealed all the English casters who will be participating in Worlds 2023.
Read more: LoL Worlds 2023 Co-Streamers Lineup.
League of Legends Worlds 2023: All Casters List
Here is the list of all of the English casters joining in Worlds 2023.
- Eefje ‘Sjokz’ Depoortere
- Maxwell ‘Atlus’ Anderson
- Laure “Laure” Valée
- Trevor ‘Quickshot’ Henry
- Samuel ‘Kobe’ Hartman-Kenzler
- Andrew ‘Vedius’ Day
- Clayton ‘CaptainFlowers’ Raines
- Daniel ‘Drakos’ Drakos
- Barento ‘Raz’ Mohammed
- Joseph ‘Munchables’ Fenny
- Christy ‘Ender’ Frierson
- Oisín “Oisín” Molloy
- Mikkel ‘Guldborg’ Nielsen
- Isaac ‘Azael’ Cummings-Bentley
- Mark ‘MarkZ’ Zimmerman
- Emily “Emily” Rand
- Maurits ‘Chronicler’ Jan Meeusen
- Robert ‘Dagda’ Price
- Wolf “Wolf” Schröder
- Joshua ‘Jatt’ Leesman
- Aaron ‘Medic’ Chamberlain
- Brendan ‘Valdes’ Valdes
- Jake ‘Hysterics’ Osypenko
Compared to previous years, this year we have even more variety of casters. As if this time, there are more LCK and LPL casters, like Munchables, Hysterics, Valdes, etc. As there is more diversification, we can hope that we can see more of the underrated casters after play-ins.