MonteCristo

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Commentator Information
Name:
Christopher Mykles
Birth:
October 19, 1986 (1986-10-19) (age 30)
Country:
Nicknames:
Monte
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Biography[edit]

Christopher "MonteCristo" Mykkles started his career casting Warcraft 3' with the Team Sportscast Network. He also managed and coached the WarCraft 3 team Verge Gaming. He is best known for being the lead color commentator alongside DoA on OGN's League of Legends and Overwatch English broadcasts and also previously coached Counter Logic Gaming's League team.

In June 2013, MonteCristo also casted StarCraft II for the Korea Season 2 OSL.

Notable Events[edit]

Date Tier Tournament Position Partner List
2017-06-04 A5Qualifier Overwatch Contenders Overwatch Contenders Season Zero: North America Q2 EN Commentator
2017-06-03 A5Qualifier Overwatch Contenders Overwatch Contenders Season Zero: North America Q1 EN Commentator
2017-04-08 A3Premier Overwatch APEX Overwatch APEX Season 2 EN Commentators
2016-12-18 A2Major Major League Gaming Major League Gaming Vegas 2016 Commentator
2016-12-03 A3Premier Overwatch APEX Overwatch APEX Season 1 EN Commentators
2016-11-05 A3Premier Overwatch World Cup Overwatch World Cup 2016 Commentator
About achievementsBroadcasts from any Tournament

Trivia[edit]

  • Practices Muay Thai.[1][2]
  • Was previously a DJ and used the name "Vainglory".[3][4] Also casted the mobile MOBA with the same name later in his career.[5]
  • Once challenged a Quaker to a wrestling match and lost.[6]
  • Really, really enjoys drinking[7][8][9][10][11].
  • Prefers pumpkin pie.[12]
  • Voted "Most Pretentious" at Poudre High School in Fort Collins, 2005[13]
  • Has a rooftop garden.[14][15][16][17]
  • Co-host of OverSight, a OW talk show, with Thorin.[18]
  • Was very much inspired by the work of Creed in his teenage years. Particularly the song With Arms Wide Open was a song that defined his life in many ways.[19]
  • Is often called the "Rain Bros" with DoA for their duo name.
  • Has been invited multiple times by Riot and ESL to cast at League World Championships and at IEM League tournaments.
  • Is sometimes nicknamed "Kim Monte" for his love of Korean teams and players in League and Overwatch.

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