This week we discuss the recent competitive ruling about Jens Hilgers and Fnatic, community trust in Riot, Regionals, and Immortals roller coaster season.
This week we invite Phoenix 1 Co-owner Michael Moore onto the show to discuss recent discussions around sustainability in esports and the #LCSForever movement.
This week we discuss sportsmanship and BM in competitive and professional league, as well as the mindset of teams that are having struggles in the LCS Playoffs on the road to Worlds.
This week we examine the complicated issues that stem from LCS Franchising as well as the path to pro and amateur League of Legends competitive scene.
This week we talk to TheScore Staff Writer Kelsey Moser about China, the LCS Playoffs, and the newly announced Interregional Movement Policy.
This week we talk to TheScore Staff Writer Emily Rand about the upcoming NA LCS showdown between IMT and TSM and their playstyles, coverage of international leagues, and what we can learn from troll Teemo and Rammus picks.
This week on Shotcallers we examine how BO3s/BO2s and lane swaps have impacted viewership and interest in the LCS. We also examine the proposed solutions to lane swaps.
This week on Shotcallers we examine the use of randomness / RNG in League of Legends and how it affects competitive play; specifically Dragon spawns and Critical Hit.
This week, we discuss innovation (or lack thereof) in the LCS, if its a design problem or time management issue for teams, and where the game can go from here to be more interesting.
This week, we discuss progress in the LCS so far, what is separating the great teams from the pack, and who are likely Playoff & Worlds contenders.