Tweekz

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Tweekz
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Background Information
NameKevin Remy
Country of BirthFrance France
NationalityFrance France
BirthdayOctober 11, 1988 (age 31)
Residency
EU
 Europe
Competitive
TeamO'Gaming TVlogo std.pngO'Gaming TV
RoleCaster
Favorite ChampsRumbleSquare.pngTwisted FateSquare.pngVeigarSquare.png
Social Media & Links
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Team History
May 2016 - Present
Caster
O'Gaming TVlogo std.pngO'Gaming TV

Kevin "Tweekz" Remy is a shoutcaster for the O'Gaming TV.

Biography[edit]

Hailing from France, Tweekz was first initiated to the MOBA genre through playing DotA in its early days, rapidly building a love for the game. As League of Legends entered development down the line, he would quickly grow interest in the game and quickly got into it as he slowly transitioned to it, picking up Twisted FateSquare.png Twisted Fate and VeigarSquare.png Veigar as his first favorite champions.

As he invested more and more time into the game, he decided to join Millenium who had just launched their own "Web TV" at the time, a streaming platform which regrouped several popular French streamers at the time. During his time at Millenium, he started casting several pro games for the platform along with Djak. While he enjoyed casting for the platform, the future of League of Legends being uncertain at the time, he left to pursue his studies instead.

A few months later, Riot Games announced the creation of their official League of Legends global circuit, including the inception of the EU LCS, a league that would unite the eight best teams in Europe and oppose them in month-long tournaments that would eventually lead into the World Championship. Following the announcement, Tweekz ended his studies prematurely and re-joined Millenium full-time once more in order to become one of their core casters once again. During this time, the EU LCS would eventually come to the Zénith de Lille in France where Tweekz would get the opportunity to cast the tournament in person along with Lege and create the now famous "Sparta Chants".

Following his time at Millenium, Tweekz then joined Eclypsia in Ashford, England to participate in their rival "Web TV" along with ZeratoR, Skyyart, DominGo, and LRB. He worked extensively with the crew for one year before leaving and rejoining his former employers in Millenium which had been bought by the Webedia group.

While the future of the company first looked promising, it would quickly turn out to be a massive failure as the organization started crumbling down. Following this internal turmoil, Tweekz would proceed to leave Millenium once more 9 months later in order to pursue a freelancer career.

After some time, Tweekz found his way to the growing platform known as the O'Gaming TV in 2016[1], following the popular French casters Chips and Noi. They would eventually become the go-to channel for everything regarding official Riot Games European tournaments and more.

While he worked at O'Gaming, he started working in parallel at beIN eSports, which he animated with his former co-worker DominGo for two years. He then moved on to work with Laure Valée in 2018.

Trivia[edit]

  • Is very invested in French and Swiss LANs.
  • Became famous for his casting duo with Lege.
  • Is well regarded by several of the French streaming community and participated in multiple Z Event, a charity event organized by ZeratoR.
  • His nickname comes from the South Park character "Tweek".
  • Has said in the past that his favorite team was SK Telecom T1, Faker being one of his favorite players of all-time.
  • Is very knowledgeable about the Dragon Ball universe.

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