LeTigress joins LCS broadcasting team League of Legends season 2020

Gabriella “LeTigress” Devia-Allen will be joining the LCS broadcasting team for the 2020 Spring Split. She will also host Monday Night League as well. This would be LeTigress’ second time joining the LCS, as she previously worked on the 2019 League of Legends Championship Series last summer.

As someone with plenty of previous experience, LeTigress has worked on many different gaming events. She’s done commentary for CSGO, NBA 2K19, ESPN, Teamfight Tactics, and more. As the end of 2019 approached, she also commentated for DreamHack CSGO.

Broadcasting and the LCS

Recently, she made an appearance on Cheddar Esports, speaking about upcoming changes to the LCS this year. As she goes into detail, viewers can tell she’s very knowledgeable about League of Legends. She will fit right in with the LCS broadcasting team. Joining the desk with her will be long-time LCS hosts James “Dash” Patterson, Sam “Kobe” Hartman-Kenzler, Ovilee “Ovilee” May, and more. More importantly, this will bring a refreshing new perspective on the LCS as her vibrant personality takes over.

Monday Night League

Along with the LCS, she’ll also be a big part of Monday Night League. This is a part of a new weekly schedule showcasing LCS games three times a week. On Saturdays and Sundays, viewers will watch four LCS games along with an Academy game. On Mondays, Riot Games will host other competitions starting with a pre-broadcast at 5:30 p.m. PT. Overall, these nightly competitions will feature all 10 LCS teams throughout the spring season. 

What do you think about this new addition? Be prepared for more content, interviews, and excitement as the entire broadcasting team gets ready for the new season. The LCS is set to begin Saturday, Jan. 25 at 5:00 p.m. EST. Opening the series will be Cloud 9 vs. Team Liquid, and you don’t want to miss that. Keep up to date with our LCS coverage here at Daily Esports!

Carly Soba
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