Paramount+ has announced that jugators The Documentary Style Comedy series about a league of legends ESports team, will officially debut in the Transmission Service on June 16 with three initial episodes. In particular, the show was co-created by _ American vandalo_ creators Tony listenda and Dan Perrault. The announcement of the launch date comes with the official trailer of the series, which presents to the spectators the fictitious professional team and the personalities that compose it.
According to the new information about the program, the series follows the fictional electronic sports team in its attempt to win its first LCS championship after years of attempts that never reached the top. “To win everything, they will need his prodigy, a 17 -year -old rookie, and his 27 -year -old veteran leaves his egos and work together,” says the official description of the program. You can see the trailer of jugators for you then embedded below:
While it was announced last year, today it is the first time that Paramount+ publishes a significant amount of information about the series. The basic conductive thread seems to be the confrontations and struggles of a 27 -year -old. League of Legends The player Creamcheese (Misha Brooks) and the 17 -year -old novata player Organm (Da’jour Jones) within the team. Based on the trailer, jugators seems ready to satirize everything, from underwear sponsorships, which is something real for online content creators, to professional electronic sports athletes that age and leave the sport before 30.
You can see the key art for jugators below:
As noted above, jugators is scheduled to release its first three episodes in Paramount+ on June 16. The new episodes will be transmitted weekly on Thursdays. The show is co-created and produced by executives by _ American vandalo_ creators Tony listenda and Dan Perrault. It stars Misha Brooks such as Creamcheese, Da’jour Jones as Organiz and Ely Henry as Kyle Braxton. The cast also includes Holly Chou, Stephen Schneider, Peter Thurnwald, Youngbin Chung, Moses Storm, Alexa Mansour, Noh “Arrow” Dong-Hyeon, Michael “Miko” Ahn, Luke Tennie and Dan Perrault. You can consult all our previous coverage of the next series of games transmission here.
What do you think of the trailer of jugators? Are you excited to see him when he launches in June? Let us know in the comments, or feel free to communicate and contact me directly on Twitter at @Rollinbishop to talk about everything related to games and television!