The League personality will be dealing with scouting and establishing NA’s up-and-coming skill.

North American esports organization Evil Geniuses has signed former League of Legends content creator, analyst, and coach Kelsey Moser as the head of its competitive and collegiate development program, the group announced last night.

Popular in the community for her clever and personalized co-streams of the LPL, her intriguing written features, and guest appearances on broadcasts and podcasts all over, Moser has actually developed a reputation as one of the most knowledgeable minds in League’s modern-day scene.

Outside of her personal content, Moser has actually worked with teams like 100 Thieves and H2K Gaming in the competitive area. With 100 Thieves, she worked mostly as the academy director of its development program.

” [I’m] exceptionally delighted with this outcome,” Moser said on Twitter about the announcement. “I was pretty sure my next year would consist of a lot of consulting projects in the space, however EG concerned me with a full-time opportunity to work with them on numerous of our mutual concepts for college and path to pro.”

Moser may have her work cut out for her at EG, though. The org’s developmental team, Evil Geniuses Academy, went winless in the opening week of the 2021 NA Academy Spring Split, losing both games in convincing style.