The Overwatch League has seen plenty of roster moves this offseason for the teams, but no caster moves, until now. Alberto "Crumbz" Rengifo posted on Twitter he is actively searching for new opportunities in the world of esports now that he has moved on from his role as an Overwatch League caster.
I am looking for new opportunities for employment in 2019. OWL was an unforgettable experience, but for now I am in search of greener pastures.— Alberto Rengifo (@ProphetCrumbz) October 24, 2018
-5 years playing pro LoL
-4 years of on Air-Talent (Riot, ESL, SpoTV, Blizzard)
-2 years of player management
With Crumbz gone, it is natural to wonder who will take his spot as a caster. There has been no reveal as to who the Overwatch League will be replacing him with or if Blizzard will replace him at all. Whoever may get that job will have plenty to talk about, with the eight new teams in the league, including the recently announced Toronto Defiant and Atlanta Reign.
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