I’m living in a world where I am not alone. There are people, everywhere, watching me play League of Legends (LoL) and other games. This is especially true in the competitive scene. When you watch the LCS, or the IWCA for that matter, you see commentators who are paid a great deal of money to report on this event. But there is another side to this, in that these commentators also have a great deal of responsibility. There are plenty of statistics to back this up. In the LCS, there are multiple commentators who can commentate at the same time, so they need to be able to speak the same language as everyone else (which is why they are paid a lot).

The International WoW Community Awards (IWCA) are being held in Melbourne, Australia this July. The IWCA is the only event of its kind that gives WoW players the chance to be recognized for their achievements in the virtual realm.  The event is presented by g15tools and is a great opportunity for Australian and International players to meet and socialise with each other.

We have a lot of recently announced exciting news for the g15tools.com community. We’re really excited to share this with our friends and followers. Firstly, the first EU LCS Casters will be coming to Melbourne, Australia to present the International Webcast Awards (IWCA) Awards. The Casters are:

Riot Games has announced that the famous European League of Legends Championship Series (EU LCS) casting crew will be in Melbourne from November 26-29 to present live at Margaret Court Arena for the International Wild Card All-Stars (IWCA).

Trevor HenryTrevor a.k.a. ‘Quickshot’ Henry

The EU LCS team, which includes Trevor ‘Quickshot’ Henry, James ‘Stress’ O’Leary, Devin ‘PiraTechnics’ Younge, Richard ‘Pulse’ Kam, and famous Belgian born presenter Eefje ‘Sjokz’ Depoortere, will go to Australia.

Max ‘Atlus’ Anderson, Julian ‘Pastrytime’ Carr, Zack ‘Rusty’ Pye, and Jake ‘Spawn’ Tiberi, the Oceania shoutcasters who hosted and casted the Oceanic Pro League, will also be on stage. The OPL Grand Finals were broadcast live from Luna Park in Sydney earlier this year, and Australian fans were able to watch them live.

Richard KamRichard Kam (nicknamed “Pulse”)

“I’m really looking forward to working on IWCA because, first and foremost, I’ve never been to Australia and I’ve heard great things about the League community there. Furthermore, we get to explore the greatest Wildcard teams and speculate on who may be successful on the international scene in the next seasons! Sjokz, who famously hosted the 2013 World Finals at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, said, “Can’t wait.”

 SjokzDepoortere, Eefje ‘Sjokz’

Tickets are still available for the two live days on November 28-29 at http://promo.oce.leagueoflegends.com/en/iwca-2015/index.html.

The IWCA website will open voting for the Oceanic All-Star roster on September 21. On the official website, you may learn more about the worldwide casting crew.

James ‘Stress’ O’LearyO’Leary, James ‘Stress’

Riot Games has said that they would have a smaller presence at PAX Australia this year (which will also be held in Melbourne) in order to concentrate on its eSports leagues.

Will you be attending the League of Legends IWCA in November at the Margaret Court Arena?

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This week’s MCM Comic Con Melbourne is set to kick start the International Wizarding Convention in Australia, one of the largest fan conventions in the country. The show will catered towards fans of the incredibly popular Harry Potter franchise, with costumes and props showcasing the many aspects of the wizarding world.. Read more about lcs winners and let us know what you think.

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Holly is the smartest person you will ever know (Or so she tells us lol). She's a gamer by heart, and an author by soul. Writing for the website g15tools is a dream come true for her - she loves being able to share her thoughts and insights with others who love gaming as much as she does. When she's not writing or gaming, Holly can be found spending time with her friends and family.