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Evil Geniuses’ Impact Shares His Feelings After Not Qualifying For Worlds



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Jung Eon-yeong, known as “Impact,” is a 26-year-old South Korean League Of Legends player who has been playing under Evil Geniuses jersey for over eight months. In his career, he earned over $500.000 from the events.

The experienced top laner had played for top-tier teams like T1, Cloud9, and Team Liquid previously, and he had been competing at the League Of Legends World Championship for six years with those teams.

Unfortunately for Impact, he couldn’t get a chance to play in this years’ Worlds. Firstly, their loss against 100 Thieves sent them to the Losers’ Round in LCS Summer 2021, which they failed to win against Cloud9 in round 2.

Following their loss against Cloud9, Impact took his official Twitter account to share his feelings about their performance so far as well as explaining what he will do next until the next season.

In the tweet, Impact pointed out that this is the first time he couldn’t play at Worlds in six years and apologized to the fans for their poor performance in the rift. Then, he wished luck for the teams who will play in the Worlds.

Furthermore, the top laner revealed that he will move back to South Korea once again to grind in solo queue and showed how he will be keeping his great form before returning back to the official matches.

Impact after losing against Cloud9:

First time in 6 years I’m not going to worlds. Sadge… This year is over for me sorry about we played badly in the playoff. I hope NA teams do well in China my plan is back to Korea and playing solo queue. Thank you for supporting us. Also, good luck guys in LCS and Worlds jensen, CoreJJ and Tactical.”

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