The deputies Denis Masséglia from La République en Marche and Ugo Bernalicis from La France insoumise will face each other on June 14 online and live on this battle arena-type video game, a first for parliamentarians.
Political opponents, but not only: the deputies Denis Masséglia of La République en Marche (LREM) and Ugo Bernalicis of La France insoumise (LFI) will face each other virtually on League of Legends, an online battle arena-style video game.
The meeting is scheduled to take place on June 14 at 8 p.m. and will be broadcast on Jean Massiet’s Twitch channel, a streamer (that is to say a player who broadcasts his games live) passionate about politics and who collaborates with the parliamentary channel Public Senate, as BFMTV reminds us. Another streamer League of Legends expert GobGG will lead the confrontation between the deputies, both members of the video game study group at the National Assembly. Ugo Bernalicis has already announced that his team will be called “Les Carapateurs en Commun”, in reference to a game monster and LFI’s slogan “The future in common”.