FlyQuest boosts its bid for the best offseason by appointing a former LCS interviewer as the program's lead content creator

FlyQuest boosts its bid for the best offseason by appointing a former LCS interviewer as the program ...

Ovilee May, a former LCS interviewer, has been missed as one of the most funny, most charismatic members of the broadcast team since her retirement. But now she will be returning to the LCS scene in the manner many expected.

The 26-year-old content creator announced she will join FlyQuest as the team's lead content creator for the 2023 LCS Spring Split. She will be bringing a whole new range of LCS content to the fans as the league enters a new era with a ton of different changes in the pipeline.

Ovilee served as a broadcast host and post-game interviewer on the LCS broadcast from the start of 2017 until the end of the 2020 Spring Split. Her sociable demeanor and humor wreak havoc on fans across the country, eventually establishing a following for her work.

She abruptly announced that she would no longer be a part of the LCS broadcast going forward. She would eventually find other places to call home, including a guest host position with the Overwatch League and a longer-lasting role at G4 as host of the Bleep Esports Show with Indiana "Froskurinn" Black.

During the 2021 World Championship, Ovilee was joined by LCS casters Raz and CaptainFlowers to create a Worlds-themed version of Lil Nas X's hit song, Industry Baby.

The presence of Ovilee in the LCS should help to create more excitement before the event starts on Thursday, January 26, where 100 Thieves and C9 will play in the first match of the day.