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MAD Lions’ Humanoid Admits: “We Are Not Favorites Against LCK And LPL Teams”



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Marek Brázda, known as “Humanoid,” is a 21-year-old Czech League Of Legends player who has been playing under MAD Lions jersey for over one and a half years. Previously, he was playing for Splyce.

MAD Lions managed to become back-to-back LEC champions by winning both Summer and Spring splits of LEC 2021, and they have qualified for the League Of Legends World Championship from the first seed.

Humanoid spoke in a recent interview with Korizon Esports’ Ashley Kang and talked about their performances in Europe, how they become a clutch team, and their expectations in Worlds against top-tier teams.

In the conversation, Humanoid showed his respect for the LCK and LPL teams and admitted that they are not favorites against the Korean and Chinese teams in Worlds even though they are a pretty decent team.

Furthermore, the 21-year-old mid laner pointed out that the champions of LCK and LPL are so scary to play against, but he thinks that they actually have a chance to beat them if they have a good day.

Later on, Humanoid explained why the Asian teams are so good in League Of Legends by saying that they have pretty good options to practice in scrims as well as mentioning the quality of the solo queue.

Humanoid on facing Korean and Chinese teams:

I wouldn’t say that we are the favorites against them still. I’ve streamed them a lot in the past years like the top teams and they are usually really good, they are usually a lot better than the European teams.

Even though I think we are a pretty decent team, the top one from both China and Korea are really scary and it’s gonna be really hard but we for sure have a shot at taking them if we have a good day.”

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