The veteran top laner of the League of Legends world is still there, but prefers to play DOTA 2.
Former French League of Legends top laner Paul “sOAZ” Boyer said he finds DOTA 2 more fun than League, in a recent interview with Richard “Rich” Wells, former H2K CEO and Director. Current director of the media agency The Black Lodge.
In the YouTube series titled Desert Island Games, Wells had an interesting chat with the veteran top laner on a variety of topics from starting to practice.” dammit” played the game from his childhood in France, until he became a legend of the Fnatic team in Europe.
The interesting moment of this conversation was when sOAZ was asked about DOTA 2, which he believes has more creativity than League of Legends.
“Back then, I could say that if I hadn’t played in League of Legends, I would have played in DOTA 2. Maybe similar to League of Legends, in this game I would be at the top. so what? I think DOTA 2 will probably be more fun than League of Legends because it’s more team-based,” said soAZ. “If it’s not Dota, what other game is there, it’s definitely super team-based, but I think there’s a lot of room for error in this game.”
“You can be more creative when you play Dota and that’s probably the most exciting thing about League of Legends.” soAZ explains further.
Although no longer in the LEC, sOAZ continues to play as a professional League of Legends player. He has signed with the Austrian e-sports organization, WAVE Esports.
During his pre-LEC run, sOAZ was known for his creative escape maneuvers – specifically, his spectacular escape from champion Kennen in the 2015 World Championship Semifinals against the team. The strongest at that time was SK Telecom T1, now it’s only T1.
His creativity and “scientific” play are all that make the Frenchman one of the most loved players of his time in the LEC, specifically for Origen and Fnatic.
During his 9 years playing as a top laner, sOAZ has amassed countless titles, including 5 LEC championships, 2 Semifinals – World Finals.
After that, sOAZ briefly moved on to a North American team, Immortals in 2020. However, with a region like the LCS NA, sOAZ did not reap much success. Currently, this guy is still playing, but under a lower level league of Europe.
Even so, after all these years, the French player continues to stick to his career, to show his true passion for the game.
sOAZ fans can watch the 11-year veteran League of Legends team at the PRM 1st Division Spring 2022. As for the Spring LEC tournament, which will kick off on January 14, where 10 teams will compete. in an ONLINE form due to the emergence of the Omicron variant from COVID-19.
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