After having actually revealed her choice to step far from the broadcast to pursue other endeavors, popular LEC caster Froskurinn spoke with Dot Esports’ Meg Kay to discuss how she ‘d desire to be remembered by League of Legends fans, and how the “power of relationship” assisted make the league’s on-air team so successful.

The 29-year old caster signed up with the broadcast group at the start of the rebranded LEC in 2019, and rapidly found her groove alongside popular characters like Drakos, Vedius, and Medic.

Froskurinn said she feels she “offered a lot to the League of Legends neighborhood” in terms of developing the LPL broadcast, getting her things and moving throughout the world, and dealing with herself as a caster at the LEC.

” I just seemed like that was the point where every MSI and Worlds Final, I knew that I would be on it because I knew that I had actually reached my peak of my ability, a minimum of as far as like the expert desk was concerned,” Froskurinn said. “I ‘d like to be kept in mind for the effort and skill that I put into the craft.”

Froskurinn likewise discussed the great relationships she’s made during her time in the LEC, and stated that those connections are what made the broadcast so unique and successful. For instance, she dealt with Vedius for over a year, she’s understood Drakos because before they were casting partners, and she’s extremely near Ender and Medic.

” There’s a lot of different elements that go into making a broadcast succeed, like the production, the proficiency, the execution,” Froskurinn explained. “But I think the secret formula or that unique sauce that the LEC solved really was, as corny as it sounds, the power of friendship.”

She likewise said that although they need to be calling themselves a team in order to separate expert life from personal life, the LEC casters are “a hundred percent [her] family” and the saddest thing is that she will not have the ability to deal with them this year.

In the full interview, Froskurinn likewise discuss the troubles she’s faced throughout her profession as a caster, the lessons she’s learned for many years, and a lot more. Listen to the interview here: