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Team Liquid League Of Legends Player Impact To Riot: “You Are Doing Wrong!”



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Jung Eon-yeong, known as “Impact,” is a 25-year-old South Korean League Of Legends player who has been playing for Team Liquid since 2017. Previously, he was playing for Cloud9. In his career, he earned over $300.000 from the events.

Impact has shared a new post on his official Twitter account and revealed his thoughts about LCS’s match system by comparing it with soccer.

As you might already know, the matches are playing on BO1 in LCS, and young players couldn’t have any chance to prove themselves because of that. Impact stated that Riot should change this format and let the players show themselves.

Here is what Impact said:

“Soccer has first half and second half and can change the player in-game but LCS only have first half(best of 1) so coach can’t use a new player for first-half game that mean lcs take Academy/new players low chance to play LCS, Riot if you think lcs is sports must be changed.

Bad for players hard to try new champ in LCS bc have the risk for best of 1 (when losing score bc need a win and when losing one game team don’t want play) and bad for coach can’t learn skill for best of 5 feedback so I want back to best of 3 I wanted to share my thoughts with you guys.”

A fan named Scott replied:

“Agreed. The LPL and LCK style is way better. More competitive than best of 1, less chance of one-offs, cheese strats to work, better practice for Play-off and international competitions as well.”

Another fan named David replied:

I loved Bo3 but I understand most didn’t, I think Bo2 is the best competitive format and won’t be too long. Bring Bo2 to #LCS please.”

You can read the tweets below.

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