JD Gaming player tests positive for COVID-19 ahead of Worlds 2022 knockout stage

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Another team at the 2022 League of Legends World Championship 안전놀이터 is struggling with COVID-19.

JD Gaming’s mid laner Zeng “Yagao” Qi has tested positive for the virus ahead of the knockout stage. Fortunately, according to JDG on Twitter, his “health is stable, and is undergoing rehabilitation.”

It currently remains to be seen if Yagao will be playing JDG’s quarterfinal match against Rogue remotely. “JDG is working with officials to carefully adhere to all protocols and we shall do our utmost to prioritize their well-being,” JDG said. The 메이저토토사이트 series is scheduled to take place tomorrow, Oct. 20.

At Worlds 2022, players who are infected with COVID-19 have the option to play their matches online from isolated rooms. There have been numerous infections at the tournament throughout different rosters. In most scenarios, only the infected players compete remotely, but there have been occasions when full lineups have tested positive for the virus and have had to compete off-stage 토토사이트

Luckily for JDG, the quarterfinals are taking place in the Hulu Theatre at Madison Square Garden in New York, meaning the team 메이저놀이터추천 won’t be required to travel. The semifinals, however, are set to be played at the State Farm Arena in Atlant, Georgia.

JDG and Rogue are scheduled to take the stage tomorrow at 4pm CT.

‘These LCK and LPL players are frauds’: Tyler1 gives his brutally honest opinion after mopping the floor with a pro player

Tyler “Tyler1” Steinkamp is one of the most popular League of Legends streamers and content creators. During Worlds 2022, he isn’t losing any steam as he’s facing one of the biggest names the pro scene has to offer. Recently, Tyler1 had the honor of playing against Gen.G’s Jeong “Chovy” Ji-hoon and defeated him. After being asked on stream about his opinion on this fabled mid laner, Tyler1 shared his brutally honest opinion with his viewers.

In Tyler1’s view, Chovy has an unhealthy 메이저안전놀이터 need to farm waves to such an extent that he will abandon his teammates and lose a teamfight only to farm. “He will not sack waves, ever. To the point where he’s negatively impacting his team. For instance, he could have won a teamfight. Would he have died? Yes. But he would have got, like, a four-man Shurima shuffle,” he said 메이저놀이터추천

“But if he did the play, he would have died. His team would have won, and he wouldn’t have been able to farm mid wave. So he just didn’t even go to it or try it,” Tyler1 continued insinuating that Chovy is extremely predictable in solo queue.

In the end, Tyler1 concluded that “these LCK and LPL players are frauds.”

The reason why Tyler1 holds this is probably due to 안전놀이터추천 a large skill discrepancy Challenger players notice when playing against pro players, who play solo queue as if they are playing a professional match of League. On top of that, solo queue, as a rule, gives an advantage to the most unpredictable players that always 메이저사이트추천 have an element of surprise on their side, while pro players have a straightforward playstyle that can be easily predicted.

A support player had one of the highest KDAs during the group stage of Worlds 2022

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Another year of the League of Legends World Championship, another year of Asian teams almost effortlessly dominating the group stage, with Top Esports being the only major Asian team who didn’t make the knockout stage. Since 메이저사이트 China and Korea have showcased incredible team cohesion, decision-making, and understanding of the current meta, it’s no wonder these teams are at the top of the KDA ladder. Although the KDA leaderboard generally looks normal with jungler, AD carries, and 메이저놀이터 mid laners being at the very top, one support player found himself on the board.

T1’s support, Ryu “Keria” Min-seok has a dominant KDA of 15.4, according to the Gol.gg statistics. Since professional support players normally play tanks and engage teamfights or sacrifice themselves for the greater good, this incredibly high KDA of 15.4 came off as a shock to everyone following the statistics 메이저사이트추천

Unlike other supports at Worlds 2022, Keria isn’t playing a lot of engage supports, meaning he’s free to sit behind his team. His champion pool during the group stage includes Yuumi, Nami, Soraka, Thresh, and Alistar. Although Alistar and Thresh fall into the category of engage supports, Keria still has the most played games on Yuumi.

Since Keria has been spamming Yummi during 메이저사이트 Worlds 2022, he’s been safely punching holes in the enemies’ frontline with a heavy DPS build starring Luden’s Echo. So, thanks to him playing mainly enchanter supports, buffing, and healing his teammates, Keria has managed to land the third spot on the overall KDA scoreboard.

Worlds 2022 resumes on Thursday, Oct. 20.

Report: Former Misfits top laner Irrelevant may be joining SK Gaming for 2023 LEC Spring Split

A member of the former Misfits LEC roster appears to have found a new home.

Joel “Irrelevant” Miro Scharoll, former top laner for Misfits, has made a “verbal agreement” to join the upcoming lineup of SK Gaming, according to Alejandro Gomis of Blix.gg. This move follows the departure of Misfits from the entirety of the LEC and ERLs. The organization is being replaced by Team Heretics 토토사이트 as of the 2023 Spring Split and into the foreseeable future.

Irrelevant debuted as part of the Misfits roster this past summer after being a part of the organization’s LFL team last year. Misfits shocked fans and players alike during the 2022 Summer Split after announcing the organization’s departure from League of Legends by successfully taking down some of the strongest teams in the region and advancing to the LEC playoffs 메이저사이트

For SK Gaming, however, 2022 wasn’t too kind. Though 안전놀이터 the team found a handful of upset victories throughout the year, the organization as a whole has struggled immensely to make an impact on the LEC since its debut in 2019.

Gomis reported that Irrelevant “received great interest from many LEC teams” but decided to cement a verbal agreement with SK, seemingly implying that the organization is increasing its funding for its team in the 2023 LEC season. No information regarding Irrelevant’s move to SK has been confirmed at this time.

LEC fans can look forward to supporting the region 안전토토사이트 at the 2022 League of Legends World Championship when Rogue takes on the LPL’s JDG tomorrow to start the quarterfinals in New York City. The 2023 LEC Spring Split is expected to begin early next year.

Perkz fires back at G2 fans calling for Jankos’ retirement following Worlds 2022: ‘Jankos is still a top tier jungler’

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Team Vitality mid laner Perkz fired back 토토사이트 at League of Legends fans who are calling for G2 Esports jungler Jankos’ head after a weak showing at this year’s World Championship. Perkz stuck his neck out for his former teammate earlier today on his personal livestream.

After G2 were eliminated from Worlds earlier this week 안전놀이터 with a dismal record of 1-5 in the group stage, the idea that Jankos should retire began to emerge in some pockets of social media. Perkz, who played with Jankos between 2018 and 2020, retorted by saying “You guys who are saying that Jankos should retire, you guys are definitely trolling. Jankos is still a top tier jungler.”

At Worlds, Jankos posted a 2.6 KDA, the fifth-worst among all qualified junglers in the group stage. Additionally, he was ahead in CS at the 15-minute mark in just one out of six of G2’s games at Worlds, according to League stats site 메이저토토사이트 Games of Legends. Holistically, Jankos’ 2.6 KDA at Worlds was 1.6 points lower than his season average.

“There are for sure games where you could blame Jankos for playing bad,” Perkz said. “But Worlds? I don’t think Worlds was Jankos’ fault.”

Earlier today, a report emerged from independent League journalist Brieuc Seeger that Jankos, along with G2 bot laner Flakked, won’t return to G2 next season. Jankos has played for G2 since the 2018 season and has reached the top four at Worlds four times during his career 안전토토사이트

“It’s easy to look bad in the jungle when your lanes are losing, isn’t it?” Perkz asked his stream chat rhetorically. “Surely you guys would do much better if your bottom [lane] was 0/6, or if your top lane counter picks and gets a solo kill in a top lane matchup.”

Perkz also mentioned how Jankos’ Graves, a champion the G2 jungler played twice at Worlds, “surpassed his expectations.”

According to Seeger’s report earlier today, Jankos has been allowed to “explore his options” by G2. He is signed to the organization through the end of the 2023 season, while Perkz is signed to Vitality through 2024.