Worlds 2022 English broadcast talent announced
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Riot Games announced the English broadcast talent pool Tuesday for the upcoming League of Legends Worlds 2022 tournament. The talent comes from a host of different regions, including North America, Europe, South Korea and China.

With Worlds 2022 taking place in North America, it’s no surprise to see that many of the League Championship Series talent have gotten the nod. The LCS studio is even being used as home base for the English broadcast throughout out the play-in stage of Worlds 2022. From there, the team will move between locations.

Worlds 2022 talent
The English broadcast talent pool for Worlds 2022. | Provided by Riot Games

Provided below are all the talent for Worlds 2022 divided by the region where they work during the regular season.

North America

  • James “Dash” Patterson
  • David “Phreak” Turley
  • Clayton “CaptainFlowers” Raines
  • Sam “Kobe” Hartman-Kenzler
  • Isaac “Azael” Cummings Bentley
  • Joshua “Jatt” Leesman
  • Barento “Raz” Mohammed
  • Emily Rand
  • Julian “Pastrytime” Carr
  • Mark “MarkZ” Zimmerman


  • Eefje “Sjokz” Depoortere
  • Laure “Bulii” Valée
  • Trevor “Quickshot” Henry
  • Daniel “Drakos” Drakos
  • Andrew “Vedius” Day
  • Marc Robert “Caedrel” Lamont
  • Mikkel “Guldborg” Guldborg

South Korea

  • Max “Atlus” Anderson
  • Maurits “Chronicler” Jan Meeusen


  • Jordan “Lyric” Corby
  • Oisín Molloy
  • Robert “Dagda” Price

Darkos, Vedius, Guldborg, Atlus, Chronicler, Lyric, Oisin and Dagda are all still waiting on confirmation of their visas.

Almost all of the talent announced were present at Worlds 2021 in Reykjavík, Iceland. CaptainFlowers made the personal decision to miss the event last year, but is returning to cover Worlds 2022.

Worlds is the culmination of professional League of Legends. The 2022 World Championship runs from Sept. 29 to Nov. 5. Matches will take place in Mexico City, Mexico as well as New York, Atlanta and San Francisco in the United States. Following the play-in stage, 16 teams will compete for prize money, the Summoner’s Cup and the prestige of being the top team in the world.

Coby Zucker is Upcomer's resident CS:GO writer. He's also played League of Legends at the collegiate level and is a frequent visitor in TFT Challenger Elo. He's a firm believer that Toronto should be the next big esports hub city.