Creator Spotlight: Jasmina

By Riot zephyr

The Creator Spotlight is a new series that introduces you to a creator in the League of Legends community. If you’re looking for more League in your life, follow these amazing individuals.

Meet Jasmina! She’s a League Partner and streamer. She’s playing ADC in the upcoming Twitch Rivals event on March 27, she wrecked Riot Blaustoise at the Rumble on the Rift at Twitchcon 2018, you’ve probably heard her voice in a League plays montage, and well... we’ll just let her tell you more about how awesome she is.

Tell us something random that people would be surprised to know about you.

If you're an avid montage watcher, you probably have heard my voice before. I'm the voice for Frontier - Krale which on YouTube alone has 8 million views on the video. It's been in DoubleLift's, Gripex's, and many other content creators' videos as the SUPER hyphy music! Really grateful for this opportunity and if any producers/musicians out there have a future project, I'd love to be a part of it!

How did you get into streaming?

I started taking content creating seriously roughly 4 years ago and it's been quite the journey. It's hard for me to believe that I've been playing League of Legends since the end of season 3, League is my longest relationship and I love-hate it.

I first came across Twitch at the same time I discovered League, and something about being able to play games while connecting with people all the over the world seemed so insane, that I had to get on it. I took a huge leap of faith with this career move and I have to say, I don't regret a single moment of it.

What got you into League of Legends?

I was first introduced to League back when I was in my final year of high school. To this day I think it has been the best decision I have made in my life... that is, until I enter a solo q game. *eyes twitch* Lux was my first champion but I quickly abandoned her after getting my butt whooped constantly by assassins in season 4. I got into League for my love of gaming, which started first on the Nintendo 64 console when I was younger!


What League-related project are you most proud of?

My favorite League-related project has to be at Twitchcon 2018 where I participated in Rumble on the Rift. The experience of being on stage and getting to feel a little bit of what it was like to be a "professional gamer" was exhilarating. Plus, winning against Tyler1's team after Riot Blaustoise talked a lot of smack on Twitter was such a good feeling >:D

What are you currently working on?

I'm currently on working to get all my 4 accounts to at least diamond this season - that's a lot of games! I also have some stream goals, such as to hit 50k followers on Twitch soon (and even perhaps even release some YouTube covers?!).

Who is your favorite champion and why?

My favorite champion is Lee Sin, even though I don't play jungle that often - I can confidently say that Lee Sin is up there on my best champions list. I love that you can have many mechanical outplays as well as have really high mobility. Let me just odd flex for a second…


Who inspires you?

My inspiration comes from many different sources and ways but specifically my friends are a big source of my inspiration. Their support and willingness to help me makes me strive to be better everyday, plus they too have unique ideas sometimes!

We have such limited time in our day-to-day lives and the fact that there are people who actually want to spend that time on/with me and that is surreal. Thank you to everyone who supports me and spends their time with me!

But the biggest shoutout to Saruna for being there for me!

Do you have any advice for aspiring content creators?

Whether your stream premise is based off a persona or yourself, have fun with it. Content creating is a huge spectrum of ideas getting put together and seeing it come to life is astounding as it could literally be anything! Try to branch into something new/exciting but ultimately have it remain true to who you are as a person.

Another thing I want to add is to keep your head up high. To create content is to put a piece of you and share it to the internet - which honestly is a scary but also very brave thing to do. Pay no mind to those with the intent to hurt you. Try to direct your attention on the constructive criticism and only to those who want to help and support you.

Good luck, summoners!

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2 months ago


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