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Ender leaves the LEC broadcast after three years

The American plans to move back to Los Angeles, where he aims to work on the LCS and VCT North America.
Ender leaves the LEC broadcast after three years

Christy “Ender” Frierson has decided to leave the League of Legends European Championship broadcast team, the caster has announced via Twitter.

"The past three years have been amazing, and I wish nothing but the best for the LEC team," he says in a statement. Ender has been a part of the broadcast squad since 2018, joining the league when it was still named European League of Legends Championship Series (EU LCS). "I’ve pushed it off countless times, but at the end of the day it is a good time to move back to Los Angeles" he adds in the newly published video.

However, Frierson isn’t done with Riot Games’ MOBA title. In the aforementioned video, he adds that he aims to work on the upcoming Mid-Season Invitational from Riot's Berlin studio, which begins in 2 weeks, on 6th May.

Enders leaves LEC
MSI 2021 will take place in Reykjavík, Iceland. (Picture: Riot Games)

When Ender returns to Los Angeles, he plans to still cover League of Legends. “I’d love to get into LCS co-streaming, or potentially making content or appearing on the LCS broadcast as well. All those things are on the table,” he sums up.

The caster will try to get into the North American Valorant scene as well. “I’m also very excited to move into Valorant space more fully. In Europe, it hasn’t really worked out, but I’m hopeful that in Los Angeles I can be a part of VCT in some capacity” Ender outlines in the video.