IWillDominate to co-stream LCS again, 7 months after removal from League Partner Program

Reinstated by Riot.

Screengrab via IWillDominate

Riot Games has granted IWillDominate permission to resume co-streaming the LCS, the League of Legends streamer announced today.

One of the League‘s largest content creators, the former Team Liquid pro was removed from the League Partnership Program last July. Riot had “flagged statements” from the streamer that “violated” the developer’s policies. Already on probation then, the additional breach prevented him from co-streaming LCS and Academy games until now.

The 2021 LCS Spring Split is shaping up to be one of the most exciting and unpredictable seasons, in part because of IWillDominate’s new organization, Cloud9, who he signed with as a content creator last August.

Related: Breaking down the LCS teams heading into the 2021 Spring Split

C9 was already a dominant team throughout 2020 and the acquisition of former G2 Esports star Perkz will only draw more eyes to the team. The revamped roster recently gave a respectable showing in the new LCS Lock in tournament, failing to complete the reverse sweep of Liquid in a grueling five-game grand final.

The condensed 2021 LCS Spring Split kicks off tomorrow with TSM vs. FlyQuest at 5pm CT. All 10 teams are scheduled to play throughout the day. IWillDominate will certainly be watching and his legion of fans can now join in on the fun at his official Twitch channel.


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