In a hilarious promotional video posted by ELEAGUE on their Twitter account, Richard Lewis casts Aaron ‘AZR’ Ward as he attempts to shop for food.
The ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier is a $1,000,000 tournament that is underway in Atlanta, Georgia which will run until the 13th of October, hosted by esports journalist and analyst Richard Lewis.
AZR is a professional Australian player for the CS:GO team the Detroit Renegades, one of the teams competing at the ELEAGUE Premier.
Richard Lewis is best known for exposing the North American match fixing scandal, for hosting many major CS:GO tournaments and for his YouTube channel where he talks about CS:GO and the professional scene.
In the promotional video AZR is walking around in an open store, looking to buy some food when he is interrupted by Richard Lewis casting.
Using CS:GO map callouts and terminology, Lewis describes AZR’s purchases and movement around the shop to the annoyance of the Australian player.
AZR is unenthusiastic towards his ‘eco round’ salad and when the caster criticizes his purchase of junk food and his ‘ruined economy’, he confronts him.
— ELEAGUE (@ELEAGUETV) September 12, 2017
The tournament is being shown on the streaming website Twitch and boasts an impressive lineup of talent. The top tier teams of SK Gaming, Astralis, FaZe Clan and G2 Esports will all be in attendance, battling for the first place prize of $500,000.