Not only playing good League of Legends and TFT, female player Yanako is also very beautiful and smart, so there are many international gamers “taking wives”.
A month ago, WNUEL – the women’s League of Legends championship at the University in the UK ended, the championship belonged to CAT with a 3-0 victory in the final. But until now, the international LoL community has “digged” this case because of the “unique” situation of Yanako – a member of the CAT team.
More specifically, Yanako (Apple Soju account) is a female player who competes for the Support position in this tournament. However, when entering the final, she suddenly changed her position to Mid and also “tested champions” each game. The culmination was the last game, although Yanako did not know which champion the opponent would choose (Mid), she chose Shaco Mid without hesitation. In the end, Yanako and CAT defeated the opponent and won the championship convincingly.
In addition, when looking more closely, the international LoL community does not think that this girl is arrogant (because she chose Shaco Mid) but is full of praise. The reason is because Yanako is not an ordinary student, she obtained her bachelor’s degree in July and is currently studying for a master’s degree. According to research, this girl’s real name is Tiffany, she has two bloodlines from Hong Kong and Korea, currently living and studying in the UK.
As for the “expertise” with the game, she is a Challenger “player” with 860 LP points, and in the Summoner’s Rift map, Yanako once reached 400 LP points Grand Master solo rank. Not only that, she said that she climbed to Master in 4 different positions: Jungle, Mid, ADC and Support.
In addition, Yanako’s lineup at the last tournament was “invincible”, she said that the whole tournament was without any doubt about Yanako and CAT’s ability to win. This is also the reason why she is comfortable “testing champions” in such a final.
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