LCS Pros Dhokla & Poome Go Skydiving With Dash

Sadakshi Kalyan Ramun
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<div class="paragraphs"><p>The LCS has a new variety series featuring Dash and different LCS pros titled “Dash Made Me.”</p></div>
The LCS has a new variety series featuring Dash and different LCS pros titled “Dash Made Me.”


The LCS has a new variety series featuring Dash and different LCS pros titled “Dash Made Me.”
The first episode saw Dash and CLG players Dhokla and Poome go skydiving.

The League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) is currently in the middle of its 2023 Spring Split and the league just gave its fans a taste of what it is to be a pro outside of the stage. With its latest series called “Dash Made Me,” the LCS is letting the personalities of its players shine through unique, in-real-life (IRL) content. The series features former LCS host James "Dash" Patterson taking the pro players on wild adventures. 

The LCS wrote on YouTube, “Let Dash take pro players and take them out to do wild stunts, things that make them uncomfortable, or feel different. Things that they may have not done before or may have felt uncomfortable doing and let's have them tackle those insecurities and fears.”

In the first episode of Dash Made Me, Dash was joined by Counter Logic Gaming (CLG) top laner Niship "Dhokla" Doshi and CLG’s support Philippe "Poome" Lavoie-Giguere on a skydiving adventure.

LCS players Dhokla & Poome jump out of a plane with Dash

At the start of the video, Dash revealed that he was supposed to skydive with two different pro players, and given that they couldn’t make it, the team reached out to Poome and Dhokla just a day before the shoot. In an attempt to shake the pros before their adventure, the LCS team arranged for an ambulance to show up at the skydiving school. However, both Poome and Dhokla handled their cool very well and jumped out of the plane bravely. 

On the plane, Dash asked both the players questions including, “Other than yourself, who’s the best support in the LCS?” and “Re-justify the Jax into K’Sante matchup.

After landing, Dash stated that the tradition on the show would be that the player can challenge any other LCS pro to do something crazy the next week. He then asked the CLG players, “I want a name from each of you, not from your own team. That’s the only stipulation that they can’t be from your own team. Who would you like to challenge to be on the show next?

While Dhokla named FlyQuest jungle Mingyi "Spica" Lu, Poome challenged 100 Thieves’ top laner Milan "Tenacity" Oleksij.

The 2023 Spring Split is the first broadcast without former desk host Dash. Earlier at the start of the year, Dash took to Twitter to announce that he will not be returning to the LCS in the same capacity, owing to changes in the broadcast.

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Sadakshi has been a gamer throughout her life and has followed League of Legends since Season 3, immediately falling in love with the esports scene. Bringing in her print journalism experience, she focuses on content that is both informative and innovative. While her heart still remains with League, her love for competition has pushed her to explore other titles such as Valorant and Apex Legends.