Medic (Aaron Chamberlain)
|Country of Birth||United Kingdom|
|Birthday||June 17, 1991 (age 28)|
|Team||Riot Games Inc.|
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Aaron "Medic" Chamberlain is a play-by-play caster for EU LCS currently employed by Riot Games.
Aaron "Medic" Chamberlain began casting full time in summer of 2016 with Vainglory. Not long after, he applied to cast Challenger Series and got an offer, starting his pro LoL casting with the 2017 Spring EU CS. When the summer split approached, it was announced that he would begin casting the main EU LCS in addition to Challenger Series. He is currently one of four EU play-by-play casters, along side Quickshot, Drakos, and PiraTechnics.
- Is actually a "Medic"; he went to medical school in the UK for 5 years and practiced as a doctor for a year
- Used to go by the names "Crackfox" and "Sona"
- Thinks he has the best casting synergy with Vedius, a partnership termed 'MediVedi'
- Medic is 1.94m tall.
Notable Events Cast
- EU LCS 2018 Spring
- 2017 Season World Championship
- EU LCS 2017 Summer
- EU CS 2017 Summer
- EU CS 2017 Spring
- Multiplay UK Masters
- June 30, Medic breaks down the formula for why EU is greater than NA with Choi "Locodoco" Yoon-seop on YouTube
- September 19, Medic on how he went from being a doctor to becoming a caster: “I loved the science side of being a doctor, but the emotional side took a real toll on me.” with on Darius Matuschak for The Shotcaller
- October 3, Medic & Vedius on caster bias: “Call them out, but also understand that rarely is it genuine bias." with on Blitz Esports
- October 11, Vedius & Medic on Zirene's caster training and how they mentor aspiring casters today with on Blitz Esports
- October 16, “All Bless Deficio” - Medic & Vedius on how Deficio leads EU casting with on Blitz Esports
- June 13, The Story of Medic: How a Doctor became an esports Caster by Alexander Hugo on The Shotcaller
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