Overwatch League caster DoA takes his exit
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Another one rides into the esports sunset. Erik “DoA” Lonnquist won’t be returning for the Overwatch League’s third season, the caster announced today. He’s the latest talent member to pursue other opportunities, joining his casting partner Christopher “MonteCristo” Mykles, who left the league last week.
“After a lot of thought I’ve decided to move away from a full-time role at the Overwatch League in 2020 and explore other opportunities in gaming,” DoA said in a TwitLonger post. DoA previously avoided explicitly saying that he was leaving the league, only mentioning that his contract was expiring this year.
MonteCristo and DoA have been casters for the Overwatch League since it began in 2017. “It’s hard to find the words to describe the monumental esports journey we shared,” DoA said, discussing the seven-year casting partnership the duo had. They covered the earliest days of the professional Overwatch esports scene as well as League of Legends and other titles.
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