LCS caster Aidan “Zirene” Moon has announced his departure from Riot Games and the LCS. Moon will be returning to streaming and content creation and will explore other opportunities.
After 5 years of shouting at league - March 7th was my last day at Riot Games. I have left to explore and pursue other opportunities. I will be returning to streaming, content creation, and seeing what other offers are out there for me. Thanks for all your love and support, ggwp— Aidan 'Zirene' Moon (@Zirene) March 13, 2019
Moon began casting for Riot Games in 2014 for the Challenger Series, but moved up to the NA LCS in 2015. Since then, he’s cast international events, such as the 2016 World Championship and the 2017 Mid-Season Invitational. During the 2018 World Championship Group Stage, Moon was removed from the desk early, after missing his alarm and not showing up on time.
He was also part of the “Just Friends” house, a project that had several streamers like Boxbox and AngelsKimi living together and collaborating frequently with each other. The project disbanded and it’s unknown if Moon will be going back to collaborate with any of the streamers from the project.
He noted on Reddit that his skillset mainly revolves around League of Legends, so while he won’t be on the LCS anymore, he will still be doing League content, like coaching.