Alex “Goldenboy” Mendez comes from a tenured history in esports. His work and accomplishments can be seen across the entire industry. He is a desk host for Blizzard Entertainment’s Overwatch League and previously worked with Epic Games’ “Fortnite Battle Royale,” Cheddar TV, TBS’s ELEAGUE, Major League Gaming (MLG), Psyonix’s Rocket League Championship Series, 343 Industries’ Halo Championship Series and Electronic Arts’ “Battlefield” series. Outside of esports, Mendez also commentated CEO X New Japan Pro Wrestling.
Now, Mendez is taking his next step forward as a commentator for “The Titan Games,” a physical, competition-based series coming January 2019 from A. Smith & Co. Productions. It is also being produced by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Seven Bucks Productions. Johnson will serve as the host of “The Titan Games.” Mendez is combining his energized personality, esports pedigree and love of professional wrestling into commentating one of NBC’s hottest new shows.
Eefje ‘sjokz’ Depoortere has been a part of Riot’s League of Legends
esports on-air team for almost six years, most notably as host of the European LCS
and interviewer at international events throughout the years.
Sjokz first esports experience was as part of the competitive
Unreal Tournament 1999 scene, competing at online tournaments and LANs as part
of several iCTF squads as well as the Belgian national team.
Fresh out of university, she started her career in 2012 as editor and eventually editor in chief
for SK Gaming, and from there grew into a globally known on-air personality for League of Legends.