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Tyler1 says he “could by no means win once more” after League shedding streak in Korea

Twitch star Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp had a tough day in League of Legends solo queue throughout his journey to South Korea, which culminated in an enormous shedding streak.

Tyler1 has lastly moved to South Korea and begun his quest to hit Challenger on the League ranked ladder.

After reaching the very best rank on all 5 roles in America, he’s determined so as to add some additional spice to his Korea problem, queuing nearly totally as auto-fill.

Regardless of his confirmed capability on all 5 LoL roles, he’s had a tough begin on the Korean server.

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Tyler1 has over 4.8 million followers on Twitch.

Tyler1 struggles in early days of Korea problem

Could 4 was Tyler’s second day of streaming from his lodge room in Korea, and proved to be a troublesome day of climbing out of low-elo.

Regardless of starting his stream on a pleasant win streak (in accordance with his match historical past), after successful a handful of his early video games, he ended the day shedding 9 of his final 11 video games, erasing many of the beneficial properties he made earlier within the day.

One clip that’s gone viral from his stream was a significantly painful second from one in all his Mordekaiser jungle matches. As he’s ending killing blue buff within the enemy jungle, it de-aggros from him as he doesn’t kill it in time. Them, he heads prime to dive the enemy Fiora, which ends in full catastrophe with the duelist notching a double-kill in opposition to Tyler and his pleasant Jax.

After the misplay, Tyler mentioned: “I’m a f***ing moron, dude. Holy f**okay.”

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Later within the stream, Tyler responded to a viewer who requested if he’d ever win one other League recreation once more.

“I may not, bro. We’ve misplaced 9 of ten. I’ve gained one recreation in seven hours. What’s successful really feel like?”

Fortunately for his sanity, Tyler managed to win his final match of the day and wrap the stream up with a W.

His plans to finish the stream after reaching Platinum rank didn’t go accordingly as Tyler’s account remains to be in Gold I. The 27-year-old streamer is definitely a powerful sufficient grind his approach into high-elo, however this broadcast was definitely a hiccup in these plans.