In the near future, fans will not have the opportunity to watch one of the two biggest tournaments in the world of League of Legends, MSI. Let’s find out this information together!
MSI was born in 2015 and soon became the most prestigious and prestigious playground in the LoL world. How many peak wars, how many kings and runners-up are recorded in history books. In other words, this playground is considered part of the game community.
However, according to page 163, Riot Games Vice President Marc Merrill revealed that the upcoming MSI will be canceled. Specifically, from 2023, a tournament of the same size and scale as Worlds will be held instead. According to Marc Merrill, it’s all about the players and the fans. If a large playing field appears, it will motivate teams to have more motivation to compete. Meanwhile, the fan community has more quality experiences.
However, according to page 163, this information immediately encountered many controversies. There are many opinions that organizing two major tournaments in the same year only tortures the players and the people behind the organization. Looking at the current reality, a Worlds 2022 has all sorts of problems. Not to mention the money, moving or new living environment, the visa story is enough to haunt everyone. Nominally, serving players and fans, but Riot Games just wants to make money.
In a year, for domestic purposes only, the representatives have to overcome two major stages, Spring and Summer. Each tournament has a high density, extremely fierce, challenging health and stamina from individuals. Not to mention, some small tournaments and friendship tournaments also make many teams tired.
Now, Riot Games feels that MSI and Worlds is not enough, and wants to add more work for everyone. Then, in the end, the one who suffered the most was only the players.
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