She posted a picture of herself on the evening of Thursday, February 21st on Twitter, but according to one Twitter troll, she was inappropriately dressed. So happy for you that your journey has led you to where you are today and I'm sure there are more great things ahead. . Literally nobody shit like some people here did above the mental age of 12. As opposed to anything remotely contributing, you decided to take a condescending approach, and refer to people on this thread as drooling 12 year olds. Sjokz has yet to publicize what projects she plans to have on the table, but expect the veteran host to have a lot of projects outside League of Legends in 2019.
The Game Awards took place Thursday evening and League of Legends was represented in several esports categories. I don't know if I'm going to be going full-on into journalism again, but I'm going to keep the door open because I love doing it. Sjokz gets too much of this shit and while most women tend to give voice to how they don't care about it and it doesn't affect them at all. The 2018 World Championship also won the award for best esports event. As one of the faces of LoL esports, she's often in the limelight and as with any personality on center stage, she receives her fair share of criticism from internet trolls. Although pointless, you felt the need to join in on the thread just to point out the flaw in discussing two women on the league scene. I'm so happy and proud to see someone be able to pull it off and I'll be honest- it brings back my curiosity on if I should give it another go.
She has been with the broadcast team of ever since and is still considered as one of the best in the business. But thank you so much for everything you have done for the community. By coming to criticize others on a thread you don't seem to care about, you are indirectly pointing out your superiority over everyone else here. I'm not here to be the white knight, I'm not against this shit to directly defend them, I don't have to do that. Cloud9 and Reapered as currently in South Korea, bootcamping.
If there's one valuable piece of information gained from this article, it's don't mess with Sjokz. Don't take out your insecurity on me. From coach of the year to event of the year, League truly cleaned up in a bulk of the categories they were nominated in. Unfortunately, none of the winners were at the event to accept the awards, as Sjokz and most of the Riot esports team are attending the 2018 All-Star event in Las Vegas. I was doing exactly what you were doing when you started out- making a weekly recap show to help people stay caught up on everything. European League of Legends host Eefje Depoortere, famously known as Sjokz, will be pursuing a freelancing career which will make her eligible for other projects outside Riot Games, she announced last Thursday.
It was a privilege to meet you and the crew in Stockholm. Eefje 'Sjokz' Depoortere is a Belgian television presenter, reporter and former beauty pageant contestant who is well known for being the host of the European League of Legends Championship Series. I ended up taking the safer option at the beginning of 2017 and dropped doing it all which a part of me regrets because i cant help but look back and wonder where I'd be right now had I just kept going. It appears the user wasn't expected this kind of reply and subsequently deleted his account from the social media site. And you think that I'm prejudiced or something, but it's not like I was wrong.
Like I said it could be a good discussion thread, but you know the community and you know that it will not happen. That must've been extremely difficult because I know a lot of unpaid work goes into it. A woman of many talents, she was also once a competitive player and competed on the game Unreal Tournament '99, including attending a number of events in Belgium. You also had to face a tough decision, and you opted to keep going with what you loved and you helped build something incredible not just for yourself, but for the entire LoL community As much of a sobstory my end is on this, I'm bringing it up because I understand how scary it must have been for you at the time but you just kept powering through it and made something you can be truly proud of, while also showing everyone else how it's done. It gets to people and I doubt you can just get used to it or ignore it. Cloud9, who also won esports team of the year, had a rocky start at the beginning of the 2018 Summer Split, but ended up making it to the World Championship through the gauntlet and had a semifinal finish. .
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