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Worlds 2022 Finals: Casters Revealed

News 03-11-2022 23:35
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CaptianFlowers will be casting his first-ever finals in his home region. | © Riot Games

The League of Legends World Championship finals is just around the corner, and we cannot wait to see if old legends will be able to earn back the title or if we are watching new champions being created. But who will be casting the fiesta?

On November 5, at 7 pm (CDT), we will witness T1 against DRX in the final match of the year to finally decide who will take the newly upgraded Summoner's Cup home.

The casters for the most significant event in League of Legends this year are confirmed to be none other than LEC caster Marc "Caedrel" Lamont and LCS casters Clayton "CaptainFlowers" Raines and Sam "Kobe" Hartman-Kenzler.

For the grand finals, CaptainFlowers will be the play-by-play caster, whereas Kobe and Caedrel will be at his side as color casters.

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Caedrel's First Time

This event will be particularly exciting for Caedrel as this will be his first-ever Worlds finals, where he gets to be part of the caster crew.

Caedrel started off as a pro in the LEC, playing as a jungler for XL. However, after being a guest caster on the LEC while still playing, he turned away from competitive play and became a full-time caster and streamer.

Kobe and CaptainFlowers, on the other hand, have been part of the World finals cast before. However, CaptainFlowers sees this as a particularly special final to cast, as it will be his first time casting a Worlds finals in his home region.

No LCK Casters With Only Korean Teams Left

Many fans have expressed dissatisfaction earlier in the series because only Korean teams are left, but none of the English LCK casters are there to join the show.

This was already an issue going into the semi-finals when LPL and LCK were the only regions left in the competition. Despite having only LCK and LPL teams left in the show, none of the casters, who had been following the teams through the season, were there to share their insight.

We look forward to seeing the final game of the year, and we are, of course, hoping for a banger 5-game series. So who do you think will take the victory home?

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