Sjokz

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Sjokz
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Background Information
NameEefje Depoortere
Country of BirthBelgium Belgium
BirthdayJune 16, 1987 (age 31)
Residency
EU
 Europe
Competitive
RoleBroadcast Talent
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Social Media & Links
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Team History
Mar 2012 - ??? ????
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Sklogo std.png SK Gaming
Mar 2012 - May 2012
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Logo std.png ESFI - World
Nov 2012 - ??? ????
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Logo std.png CyberSportsNetwork
Jan 2013 - Present
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Riot Games Inc.logo std.png Riot Games Inc.

Biography

Eefje "sjokz" Depoortere started as an interviewer for SK Gaming and CyberSportsNetwork. She hosted a weekly League of Legends news recap show called Summoners Recap. She got into gaming approximately 11 years ago, playing iCTF in Unreal Tournament '99. She competed in several LANs and even won the Eurocup with the Belgian national team a couple of times. Found her way into the League of Legends scene through an SK/ESFI World ad looking for a "League of Legends editor." Worked as a part of The Summoners Recap, one of the first shows associated with League of Legends.

Sjokz gained more visibility in the scene as she took part in Travis "Tnomad" Gafford's weekly show "Whose League is it anyway ?" She also went to Korea to cover the OGN championship at the same time as Travis did.

Sjokz is the Host for the European League Championship Series in Cologne, Germany.

When the move to Berlin was announced, Sjokz left ESL and signed on with Riot in order to continue hosting the EU LCS.[1]

Trivia

  • Frequent participant in the Whose League Is It Anyway series.
  • Her first love was the FPS genre. In League, AsheSquare.png Ashe kind of plays into that need.
  • Snoopeh was one of the first pro player interviews she conducted.
  • Admires Rachel "SeltzerPlease" Quirico for her eSports achievements.
  • Nickname derived from the shockrifle used in the instagib Capture the Flag mode in Unreal Tournament.[2]
  • She was was voted in third place for the "Esports Broadcaster of the Year" prize at the Esports Awards in 2018, losing to Goldenboy and Maven.[3]

Interviews

  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012

Other Content

  • 2015

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