The famous male YouTuber MrBeast suddenly hinted about the organization of a League of Legends tournament in the future, making the community extremely excited.
League of Legends has been and is the most famous Esports game in the MOBA genre in the world. Across every country, it’s not hard to come across League of Legends players. Even in regions like Oceania or Latin America, where the esports scene is not very developed, League of Legends has crept in. These regions have also had representatives attending Worlds and MSI over the years.
And of course, when League of Legends is so famous, it is not difficult to come across people who seem to be “foreign” with Esports who also begin to learn and experience League of Legends. Whatever the reason, it is undeniable that many streamers and YouTubers are approaching League of Legends to expand their active content. One of them is the famous male YouTuber MrBeast.
Recently, the famous male YouTuber, who caused a worldwide fever with his content recreating the games in the movie Squid Game, posted a teasing tweet about how he might host a League of Legends tournament in the future. He even tagged streamer Ninja – also a pretty popular name in the streamer community in general and in the Esports segment in particular in this project.
And this immediately attracted the great attention of the LoL community active on the Twitter platform. Even the official Twitter page of League of Legends, managed by Riot, also commented and pulled a lot of popular characters of this game to participate in “exciting”. However, MrBeast did not admit that he would hold a League of Legends tournament.
For those who do not know, MrBeast is one of the richest YouTubers. Most of his content is contests with extremely “terrible” rewards, attracting hundreds and thousands of participants. And not long ago, he also expressed his intention to create (or buy) a professional League of Legends team because he is also very passionate about Esports.
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