Jojopyun – Evil Geniuses (2004)
In the context of North America’s scarcity of young talent, Jojopyun emerged in the 2022 LCS Spring. This Mid laner was only old enough to play professionally not long ago and only had his first full season.
However, this 2004-born player made LCS fans quickly remember his name by a series of impressive performances, especially during the playoffs when EG won 3 decisive matches.
Jojopyun – EG’s talented midlaner
Possessing a good laning ability and a lot of confidence, Jojopyun helps EG have a more proactive approach than many previous LCS teams. At the same time, this player also shows that he has a wide pool of champions, from traditional mages in the meta like Ryze, Viktor to high mutant champions like Akali, Sylas or even Yasuo.
With the ability to coordinate well with the Jungler Inspired, Jojopyun is expected to have more development opportunities when going to the international arena. Despite being young, this Canadian player has always proved very confident from the stage to the “trash talk” on social networks.
He is one of the remarkable Mid laners at MSI 2022 despite being very young
Shogun – Saigon Buffalo (2004)
Like jojopyun, Shogun was introduced to the VCS arena by Coach Ren as soon as he was old enough. And this player immediately proved his worth in Vietnam’s top League of Legends.
In the early stages, the player was rotated with Arrietty and Shogun quickly proved himself to be the better player, thereby taking the official position. When SGB has a bad performance in Winter 2021 (5th place) or flies high in VCS Spring 2022 (2nd place), Shogun always has the necessary stability and becomes more mature.
Shogun – SGB’s ADC
Playing with a highly skilled Support like Taki also gives Shogun more confidence in his laning phase, thereby providing an advantage in teamfights. Although still a bit immature in a few games, it is clear that Shogun is improving day by day. Having an early encounter with the top ADC in the LCK, Gumayusi, right in the group stage is considered a good opportunity for SGB’s young talent to show off and learn more at this MSI.
Zeus – T1 (2004)
Given what happened in the 2022 LCK Spring Split, it’s hard to believe that this Top laner is only 18 years old. Not only has the ability to handle extremely well in all matches, Zeus also has a “cold head” that few young players possess.
Zeus is being highly appreciated at MSI 2022
It can be affirmed that Zeus is the “dinosaur rookie” of the LCK when his talent has been recognized by many people right from his performances in the youth tournament. And as soon as he debuted in the LCK, the player born in 2004 showed that those judgments were completely correct.
With what has been shown, it can be said that Zeus is not afraid of any Top Lane at MSI 2022. At this time, the League of Legends fan community is looking forward to the skill match between Zeus and Bin, a young Top laner has confirmed. name in Worlds as well as LPL.