Pastrytime

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Pastrytime
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Background Information
NameJulian Carr
Country of BirthAustralia Australia
Residency
OCE
 Oceania
Competitive
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RoleCaster
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Team History
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Caster
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Julian "Pastrytime" Carr is a League of Legends caster employed by Riot Games.

Biography[edit]

Julian "Pastrytime" Carr began casting League of Legends in 2010. Prior to that, he provided commentary as well as wrote strategy articles for a website dedicated to the Warcraft 3 esport scene.

Pastrytime has shoutcasted many events in Australia, big and small. These range from doing commentary for shoutcasting organization Gamestah, to events held by ESL Australia and Go4LoL. His most recent are OPL and LPL.

In May 2016, Pastrytime announced that he would finally be casting the NA LCS.[1]

Trivia[edit]

  • Has a long and current history of playing Magic: The Gathering.
  • Used to cast with PapaSmithy regularly in a duo that had been dubbed "PapaTime".

Casting History[edit]

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Casting History - Pastrytime
DateEventRoundTeam 1Team 2ScoreVODsPBPColor
2020-04-17 20:00:00NA Academy 2020 Spring PlayoffsFinalsCloud9logo std.pngC9.AEglogo std.pngEG.A3 - 0123PastryTimeCrumbz
2020-04-09 20:00:00NA Academy 2020 Spring PlayoffsSemifinalsDignitaslogo std.pngDIG.AEglogo std.pngEG.A1 - 31234PastryTimeCrumbz
2020-04-03 20:00:00NA Academy 2020 Spring PlayoffsQuarterfinalsEglogo std.pngEG.ATeam Liquidlogo std.pngTL.A3 - 0123PastryTimeCrumbz

Notable Events Cast[edit]

Media[edit]

External Links[edit]

Redirects

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References

  1. Julian Carr's Tweet twitter.com