Dexerto Partners With DJ eSports

The series brings together three of esports’ most outspoken and vibrant personalities – caster Christopher ‘MonteCristo’ Mykles, streamer Christian ‘IWillDominate’ Rivera, and esports host Daniel ‘dGon’ Gonzales – to preview Worlds 2021, which will be held in Iceland.

To make this exciting new series possible, Dexerto has teamed up with betting platform DJ Esports.

What exactly is ‘The Jungle’?

With the help of our expert hosts, ‘The Jungle’ will break down every aspect of Worlds, from the players to the champions to the pro meta. It will be the go-to resource for everything you need to know about the tournament’s various stages.

Furthermore, the information will be presented by three of the industry’s most electrifying personalities: MonteCristo, IWillDominate, and dGon. From the experts who know the game best, expect the hottest takes and boldest opinions.

Meet the ‘Jungle’s’ hosts.

Let’s get to know the esports legends in charge of ‘The Jungle’:

Mykles, Christopher ‘MonteCristo’.

Fans remember Christopher ‘MonteCristo’ Mykles as the voice of OGN’s English-language broadcasts alongside DoA, and he is a LoL legend. He’s also dabbled in other games, such as Overwatch and CS:GO, in recent years. We are delighted to welcome him to the rift, and you can count on him to be forthright in his assessment of the upcoming tournament.

Rivera, Christian ‘IWillDominate’;

‘IWillDominate’ Christian Rivera used to be the most feared man in the NA jungle.

Gonzales, Daniel ‘dGon’;

Daniel ‘dGon’ Gonzales, a podcaster and esports host, completes the cast for the show. Gonzales has nearly a decade of experience in broadcasting and esports, so he knows what he’s talking about when it comes to League of Legends.

When does ‘The Jungle’ come out?

Throughout the Worlds, fans can expect episodes of ‘The Jungle.’ On October 4, 2021, the first episode was released.

‘The Jungle’ is co-presented by DJ eSports.

League of Legends fans can compete in the Worlds Prediction Series, which has a 10 million USDT prize pool, thanks to a partnership with DJ eSports.

Individual users can win up to 800,000 USDT by playing for free and correctly predicting the outcomes of matches in major esports events.

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