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Twitch Streamer Voyboy About T1 And Faker’s Elimination From Worlds: “Gameplay Was Disappointing”

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Joedat Esfahani, known as “Voyboy,” is a 25-year-old American former League Of Legends player who was playing for Delta Fox in 2017. Right now, he is a full-time streamer on Twitch.

Voyboy took to his official Twitter account to share his reaction to the T1 and Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok’s elimination from the League Of Legends World Championship, after losing Gen.G Esports with 3-0.

In the tweet, Voybod stated that he was saying up the bed just to watch LCK Finals and cheer for Faker. Even though he hoped Faker will be qualified for the Worlds, he was disappointed about the champion pick selection and gameplay of T1 and said that it is sad to see a World Championship without Faker.

Here is what Voyboy said:

“Stayed up past my bedtime last night to watch the LCK Finals and cheer on Faker to hopefully make Worlds. T1 draft and play was super disappointing, so many question marks. Sad times, worlds just never feels the same without King Faker competing man…”

A fan named Markos replied:

“With the coronavirus in question, I sincerely think they just didn’t want to go and risk getting the virus. It’s not like the brand needs to prove anything to anyone. Especially Faker. I would say they were smart! Hahahah.”

Another fan named Vize replied:

“Worlds will be something else, and hopefully Faker will improve and SKT will actually improve their poor drafting, and actually start to play League again.”

You can read the tweet below.

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