Twitch streamer and former LoL-pro Yiliang ‘Doublelift’ Peng referred to as out LCS gamers who aren’t using Champions Queue to follow and enhance.
Riot Video games have been praised after they introduced Champions Queue, a brand new different to solo queue completely for professional gamers with an enormous prize pool up for grabs.
Evil Geniuses’ jojopyun claimed first place of the inaugural break up for CQ, bringing dwelling $12,000 within the course of.
Whereas Champions Queue has been in style with some prime gamers, Doublelift identified the surprising quantity of gamers who’ve ignored taking part in it totally.
Doublelift calls out LCS gamers for not practising
The 28-year-old streamer was stay on March 26 when he was shocked to see Dignitas’ LCS squad averaged merely 4 video games of Champions Queue matches over the earlier week.
“I don’t know what’s happening. What are they doing?! I’ve been a professional participant for 10 years, I do know what individuals can do after scrimmages to enhance. You may watch replays, 1 v 1 or 2 v 2, and play solo queue. That’s it. What are they doing after scrims? They’re in all probability simply stress-free, and hanging out with associates.”
Doublelift additionally echoed sentiments from Golden Guardians’ assist Olleh, an enormous proponent of Champions Queue, who referred to as calling LCS gamers “lazy.”
“I believe what’s attention-grabbing about Olleh’s submit is that in Jap nations, there’s no excuses. You simply play. Like, you simply f**kin’ play. It’s a no brainer. It doesn’t matter if you happen to’re feeling like s**t.”
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The previous TSM participant has been streaming a ton of Champions Queue matches and stated, “I’m having a lot enjoyable taking part in it and it’s a disgrace to me that some gamers sort of refuse to play it.”
He additionally identified how the gamers who’ve essentially the most matches in Champions Queue are a few of the greatest gamers within the League, like Crew Liquid’s CoreJJ.
He completed his rant towards LCS gamers and stated, “The individuals who follow lots are normally good. There’s a correlation between practising and getting higher.”