After looking back at the overall 2022 League of Legends season based on real combat experience from server clusters around the globe, Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp has come to the conclusion that could not be more concise, “This season is trash!” The Twitch star commented that the 2022 season was “terrible” from day one. He believes that Riot Games understands that, and that’s why the developer “did a lot of things to try to make it better.” But in Tyler1’s view, that’s still not enough.
“It sucks!” – famous streamer in the community emphasized. “The season starts and we have MMR abusers everywhere and account transfers everywhere. Everyone started the season at Diamond I and paired up in Ranked and tried to dodge the team roles (allocated by the system).” Things got a little better when Tyler1 first reached the Challenger tier when playing as a support. But it didn’t last too long. Tyler1 suddenly fell to the “bottom of society” when he streamed 14 hours a day in Korea from May to June. He experienced too many big defeats and had conflicts with all his teammates.
Unfortunately, this bleak situation has not improved even though Tyler1 has returned home. This streamer who claims to have many people betting on matches and renting accounts in exchange for victory has followed him back to North America. Even these guys bothered Tyler1 in many matches for the next two to three months. “It’s the end of the season. I reached the Challenge two weeks ago. I’ve been trying to hold on to it, I’ve been trying to hold on to Challenger but it didn’t work. I had to play relegation matches and lose them all and just lose. Now I have dropped to 490 LP and have to climb back up to 700” – Tyler1 confided.
It seems that Tyler1’s joy with League of Legends Ranking is gone after the “shattered” days. “I don’t care, brothers! This year has been horrible!” – sad streamer. It is expected that the 2023 Ranked season will not start until early January next year and is currently the Pre-Season phase. So Tyler1 and many other players will have a few weeks to lighten their minds, adapting to the new additions to be ready for even more difficult battles next year.