Stuck at Master rank after 1 month of “boot camp”, Tyler1 is on his way home from Korea.
A month ago, the international gaming community is still extremely interested in the situation of MSI 2022, especially gamers are still “looking forward” to the “bloody” Korean rank matches with the presence of top players. world top.
Among them, streamer Tyler1 also flew to Korea and “tryhard” in rank to learn and prove his ability in this region. But instead of the usual “smurf” matches in North America, Tyler1 struggled and was stuck at Gold I rank in Korea.
During the “training” trip in Korea, Tyler1 livestreamed for more than 14 hours a day and “tryhard” hundreds of rank matches to reach the Korean Master milestone. It seemed that he would learn a lot from this trip, but Tyler1 was quite dissatisfied and thought that he had not learned anything, even making this streamer play League of Legends worse.
Tyler talks about the “fruits” of his trip to Korea.
More specifically, a viewer asked Tyler1 if he wanted to stay in Korea longer, to which Tyler1 bitterly replied: “Bro, what do you mean by staying longer? Don’t people understand? I’m fucking happy out here, I’m counting down the seconds to get on the plane home.
I didn’t learn anything here, this is not a boot camp, I’ve been madly destroying everything I know about LoL while playing on this server. I just played worse, this is a completely useless trip and a waste of time.”
At the end of a trip of more than 1 month, Tyler1 stopped at the Korean Master rank with 105 LP points (53% win rate). As for Tyler himself, he has affirmed that he “lost money” because he didn’t learn anything and played League of Legends worse than before.
But on the contrary, there are also many people who think that Tyler1 did not practice at Korean rank properly. Because there are many free to professional gamers who have improved their skills and thinking when climbing Korean rank.
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