Snowball announces new Valorant podcast “Run It Back”

Run It Back will cover all things Valorant in Oceania, with new episodes every Tuesday night.

You asked for more Valorant content, and it’s now here. Snowball Esports is proud to announce a new podcast for Riot’s hit FPS title, named “Run It Back,” covering all things Valorant in Oceania.

With Oceania’s second Ignition Series event underway, and hundreds of competitors vying for the title of Australia’s best, Valorant’s esports scene is already budding in the region.

At Snowball, we love to cover the stories, journeys, triumphs, and hardships of players across all titles. From League of Legends to Overwatch, CS:GO to Rainbow Six, we want to make sure no stone is left unturned in this region.

That’s what makes this expansion into Valorant so important. The game is a melting pot of players from various backgrounds and franchises. Fortnite players, Overwatch stars, CS:GO hotshots, and various other gunners have converged on Valorant.

Run It Back will feature the best Oceanic Valorant has to offer. Every week, we will strive to bring you new stories of some of the biggest names, as well as rising stars you should keep your eye on. 

We will also break down big changes from within the game, and how this will affect the top-flight, and catch you up on the biggest Valorant news from at home and abroad.

Run It Back will be hosted by a rotating cast of four passionate fans of Valorant, each bringing a unique perspective from their various roles within the scene.

  • Kevin “AVRL” Walker: Valorant caster and coach for Dire Wolves
  • Alex “Racquetz” Fenech: Valorant caster
  • Andrew “Ducky” Amos: Oceanic esports journalist
  • Caitlyn “Whipply” Bright: former Overwatch manager

The first episode of Run It Back will launch on Tuesday from 8pm AEST. You can catch the action every Tuesday live on the Snowball Esports Twitch channel. Keep your eyes peeled on our socials for who our first guest will be in the coming days!

Follow AVRL, Racquetz, Ducky & Whipply on Twitter.

ProducerJosh Swift
Andrew Amos
Andrew Amos
After joining Snowball in mid-2018, Andrew "Ducky" Amos has fast become one of our region's best esports writers. Cutting his teeth in Oceanic Overwatch, he now covers all kinds of esports for publications globally. However, his heart still lays at home, telling the story of Aussies trying to make it big.



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