Recently during the livestream as usual, Doinb of LNG Esports suddenly acted strangely, causing the community to talk non-stop.
Specifically, Doinb is playing LOL Esports Manager – a game that allows users to run an Esports team with many famous players and teams currently present in the professional arena of League of Legends.
Accordingly, when he saw Faker and his T1 teammates, Doinb suddenly stood up and bowed his head as if apologizing to this player:
This action was quickly captured by the stream watching community, many people think that Doinb is just doing content as usual, but others think that this is to apologize for the words “insinuated” when about Doinb’s Faker.
Accordingly, there was a time when many Korean rank accounts of LPL players were suddenly banned in series, even Doinb was a victim of it. It’s not difficult for the community and LPL players like Doinb to suddenly turn suspicions about Faker – when in the past Faker also had too many problems with game breaking and threatened to stop climbing rank if he still encountered bad accounts. this cooperation – right after that, Riot Korea conducted a series of sweeps to eliminate game breaking.
Exactly, Doinb’s allusions are as follows: “I don’t understand why my account is banned forever, I didn’t do anything illegal. Chances are that after that person spoke up, Riot made more rigid moves, but of course the accuracy is also low.”
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Of course, that’s just the community’s speculation, and Faker or Doinb never spoke more about this issue. Up to now, the fact that Doinb suddenly bowed his head to apologize on the air has somewhat officially confirmed that he was referring to Faker in his previous words.