Also, Fish cast the LPL freelance in summer so I would not assume he can't absolutely cast every match, but he has a full time gig casting for Funplus.
Very ??? situation because honestly as a viewer I would say that Pulse and Dom had the best years of their careers this year.
Given the fact that overall the LPL casting this year was great when it wasn't on life support due to illness at the end of summer and the insane number of games for a small casting team (rising to sixteen best of 3s a week next year, which is dramatically more league of legends than NA and EU combined this year) this is really surprising.
IMO I greatly enjoyed the LPL and I thought the casting was a lot better than the two main Western regions in spring.
Pulse got a lot better and was generally my favourite play by play in the LPL. This might surprise some who remember him from EU but people do in fact get dramatically better at their jobs after two years. Dom was also an all round great desk host and needs no introduction.
Hard to predict what this means for the LPL, there's a range of theories about what could happen from Riot doing a smaller team, Riot cancelling the English LPL cast, to Riot hiring a bucket of different talent.
Right now things are super up in the air about the future of LPL English overall though, which is super yikes.
Not only did LPL just win worlds, but the domestic league is dramatically better to watch with teams like JDG Suning RW and a much improved Snake hugely raising the competition and quality in regular season.
I'm hoping there is an English option of any kind, even if it's LS doing bootleg casts, next year because watching China in 2018 was so much better than in 2016/2017 it wasn't funny, and it will only improve as time goes on and the money is pumped in.
Razle says they're hiring which is a chin scratcher so more news to come.
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