LPL’s Night Squad Returns with Highly Anticipated Season 2

Kiwi Celebrity Fortnite Show, Night Squad, Set For Second Season

LPL, New Zealand’s leading esports media company have announced the return of their weekly gaming live show the Night Squad!
The show first aired in June this year, and ran for an 8-week first season. Aimed at showcasing the gaming prowess of the countries top celebrity personalities; the show was a hit and will be coming back for a second round; beginning Wednesday, September 5th at 7pm.
Each week sports stars, comedians, musicians and TV personalities “squad up” in the widely popular Fortnite video game. The show is hosted by , who says the first season was a hit.

“We saw thousands tuning in each week; to see the latest squad take on Fortnite, and to win some awesome prizes. I’m incredibly excited to build on the foundation we’ve laid and take season two to new heights!”

Says Kiwi gaming personality Amy Potter

Amy is a seasoned game reviewer, host and content creator in the gaming industry and has live streamed and created gaming-centric video for many years.
Season Two

Season two kicks off next week with special guests Michel “Bloody Samoan” Mulipola, comic book artist for WWE, and Daz and Ast from Flava’s afternoon show ‘Drive with Daz and Ast’.
Viewers will be able to tune in once again each Wednesday night via, as a new set of celebrity guests will squad up each week! The Twitch platform allows the audience to watch the gameplay and the players faces, and also facilitates live chat interaction directly with the Night Squad team for audience questions, giveaways, and comments.
Continuing partnerships from the previous season, Night Squad is sponsored by Hell Pizza. Each weekly episode will give viewers the opportunity to win pizza vouchers, a DualShock 4 controller and a Playstation Plus subscription thanks to PlayStation NZ.

More Information: The second season of The Night Squad will run for 8 weeks beginning Wednesday 7pm, 5th September.

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