When you think of gaming, who comes to mind? It might be a person like Voyboy with his regular Twitch streams and long sessions on League of Legends. The world of League of Legends is a virtual one, where the stakes are high, and victory lasts forever. But it’s not all fun-and-games–there’s serious business at hand for players who want nothing less than glory in this fast-paced game that has quickly become an international phenomenon!
Joedat Esfahani is known for being one of the most entertaining League streams to watch. The American pro-gamer goes by his Voyboy Gamertag and was born in California on December 15th, 1994. He has more than 1.3 million followers on his Twitch channel and more than half a million on YouTube. His original Gamertag was OnBoy, but he changed it to Voyboy when his guild members started calling him that. When he found that another player on League of Legends had the OnBoy handle, he decided to use Voyoy instead.
Voyboy is a League of Legends champion at heart and an avid gamer throughout all ages. Joedat is a gaming sensation who has gained popularity for his Voyboy Twitch stream, where he goes head-to-head every day with the competitors in League of Legends.
He is one of the most popular streamers on Twitch, with his channel regularly topping lists for best games to watch. He began his professional gaming career in November 2010 and hasn’t looked back since!
Voyboy first played in the top lane for Rock Solid, with a storied history in the professional scene. His first competitive game was with Naryt, rambo, scarra, Araragi samtheham, and Th3RaT.
When the Rock Solid team was first starting out, they were just an average group of gamers. The Rock Solid lineup was formed by an unlikely group of players who came out of nowhere and started taking tournament victories from major teams like Team SoloMid and Counter Logic Gaming. On September 22nd, the team was acquired by Dignitas.
Voyboy was an invitee to compete with CLG in Champions Summer 2012, and he accompanied the team to South Korea. Despite being cut early at the tournament, they stayed in a gaming house to prepare for their next event. However, the team’s stunning performance at the regional finals was not enough to see them through. They had qualified in third place, but when Worlds came around, they were unable to beat any of their opponents and ended up taking home nothing with an 11th and 12th place for season 2 world championship games played!
Despite the fact that he did not intend to retire from professional esports, Voyboy announced his departure from Team Curse on November 11th, saying that it would be an opportunity for him to take some time off playing in LCS.
As if he weren’t already a legend, in 2017, Voyboy went above and beyond to raise money for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. His 24-hour stream was so successful that it surpassed his original goal of $25,000! As a result, Voyboy raised a total of $31,670 for the charity together with the help of his fanbase!