Tom Servos are back.
This time, the MLS Cup winner will be running a soccer-specific media site that will provide players, coaches, analysts, and fans with live, live-streamed match coverage.
Tom Servas main focus has been on the MLS All-Star Game, but he also has been involved with the NASL All-Stars Cup, the NASL Final and the USL PRO All-stars.
Tom has been with Riot for a little over a year now, and the first big thing he brought to the company was a live-team-chat service.
I’ve known Tom for a long time, and I’ve always been impressed with his ability to pull together a large team and have it run smoothly.
He’s also been working on other projects at Riot including a new product, Riot-Pulse, a way to monitor a team’s performance on various aspects of their game.
Tom is very excited to finally be working on something that will help people see and understand what’s going on in the game and in the world.
As the team continues to grow and develop new products, Tom will continue to be on the front lines helping build a platform for players, fans, and players alike to have more insight and more fun in League of Legends.
He will also be working to help Riot keep up with the ever-evolving game world and keep us all entertained and connected.
I’m very excited that Tom will be joining Riot as a member of the Riot Team.
I’ll be sure to keep you posted on the progress of Tom and Riot, and if you haven’t already, you can follow Tom’s progress here.
Riot will continue its commitment to providing live-game video coverage on all Riot platforms.
We will continue providing live coverage from all major live events, including the NBA All-star Game, MLS All Star Game, FIFA World Cup, MLS Cup, and more.
We also will continue working with the League of Ireland, Ireland’s premier league, to provide high quality live video coverage for the league, including our weekly broadcasts on the club’s official website.
We look forward to seeing you in the games!