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FlyQuest League Of Legends Player Diamond Reveals His Role Models: CoreJJ And Vulcan

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David Bérubé, known as “Diamond,” is a 24-year-old Canadian League Of Legends player who has been representing FlyQuest for over two months. Previously, he was playing for Cloud9 academy roster.

After their heartbreaking loss against Dignitas, Diamond spoke in a recent interview with Hotspawn and talked about their performances, his role models as a support, and many more.

In the conversation, Diamond stated that he took Team Liquid’s CoreJJ and Cloud9’s Vulcan as a role model and wanted to praise CoreJJ’s talent even more by saying that he is a mastermind who has great in-game mechanics.

Interviewer asked:

“You mentioned before that you look at other players for your own self-improvement. Who are some of your role models?”

Diamond replied:

“The best supports in LCS are even world-renowned, like CoreJJ and Vulcan. I think they’re great examples in their own ways. CoreJJ does galaxy brain stuff.

You don’t know how hard it is to play against him— you don’t know how good Core is until you play against him. When I played against him, the things he does in-game you can’t know unless you’re in the game.”

He added:

“For me, CoreJJ is the mastermind galaxy-brain but he still has crazy good mechanics. He’s comparable to Mata in his prime, in the sense of how he plays. He’s really good at playing the macro game.

Vulcan is crazy good mechanically, playing matchups 2v2. He and Zven, when I played against them when I was in C9 Academy, were a crazy good duo. Playing against them was really punishing, if you messed up hitting one creep you would lose the lane. And it would snowball the entire game.”

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