Not long after the joy of proving his level, Demon King Zeros encountered countless problems with racing his account to Challenger.
In the past few days, Zeros returned after a long absence as a streamer. He quickly attracted a lot of followers with his Korean Challenge content.
And instead of comedy content as usual, Zeros surprised the community when this guy was still able to climb to the top of Korean Challenger after a long break from professional competition and rarely taking his work seriously. livestream daily.
However, the joy of proving his level did not last long, when Demon King Zeros encountered countless problems with racing his account to Challenger. From constantly losing leading to depression and having to stop streaming to focus on playing, until most recently, Zeros posted an announcement with a very sad status:
Accordingly, although he was able to continuously re-up for Korean Challenge, for some reason Zeros’ Korean accounts were continuously banned for unknown reasons. Even Zeros had to complain that the road back to Challenger was too difficult.
The reason why the account was banned is unknown, but this is most likely one of Riot Games Korea’s scans of “pirated” accounts. It is known that in the past, even professional players who have been practicing for a long time at Korean rank suddenly had their accounts banned, the reason is because Riot Games Korea wanted to exclude accounts that were not posted by Korean owners. sign.
Besides, Korean players often complain that “foreigners” playing on Korean servers are too toxic, causing local gamers to be affected a lot. This has been “hiddenly announced” since last year, causing very few professional gamers and streamers in other countries to be able to create content and practice on Korean servers anymore, and if they do, they have to play. Just keep quiet.”