Machine to host ESL Prem UK & Ireland finals: ‘I’m excited to see what talent the UK is fielding’

Well-known British caster Alex "Machine" Richardson will be hosting the ESL Premiership CSGO and League of Legends UK & Ireland finals taking place this month.

Machine will be hosting the CSGO finals on March 18th, which sees MnM Gaming face FM-eSports, as well as the League of Legends finals on March 19th, where MnM will play against Team XENEX.

The appointment sees Machine return to work with the organisation where he first started out as a university student.

Since then, he’s gone on to work with ESL HQ and hosted big events like ESL One, DreamHack Masters and the Intel Extreme Masters.

 

"I am incredibly honored to be able to return to where a lot of this started and host the 2017 spring season finals. I’m excited to see what talent the UK is fielding this year."
Alex "Machine" Richardson

 

"The ESL UK Premiership and ESL UK studio was where I was given the chance to forge a career in esports," Machine said.

"I am incredibly honored to be able to return to where a lot of this started and host the 2017 spring season finals. I’m excited to see what talent the UK is fielding this year."

ESL UK MD James Dean added: "Machine is easily one of the UK’s greatest success stories and we’re so pleased to be able to welcome him back to ESL UK at such an exciting time for the Premiership and British esports."

The finals take place at the ESL UK studio in Leicester - tickets cost £5 and are available here.

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