League of Legends, It is an online war video game developed by Riot Games company and inspired by Defense of the Ancients, a custom map for Warcraft.
For 2023, League of Legends’ competitive season kicks off with a two-day event on Tuesday, January 10. LPL, LJL, LCK, LEC, LCS, LLA, CBLOL, VCS and PCS leagues They send their players to form super teams that face off. Other LoL rivals in intense combat on the Rift.
Regarding the changes, the final of the Riot Games Latin America tournament Opening of LLA 2023sIt will be at a face-to-face event in Chile and will be presented in a new format in the Normal Stage with the Bo3 series.
The normal stage changes from round-trip matches to best-of-three one-way matches. “All teams will face each other in the top three series at this stage, including the top six. PlayoffsPositive reactions have been received from the public for 2020, which will continue with the double elimination format that we will implement in 2022.
Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok
He is known as the best player in League of Legends history. In 2013, he won his first world title, which he confirmed in 2015 and 2016.
He has four LCK titles, two MSIs, and multiple All Stars and IEMs. In addition, he showed that he can play any champion in the game, especially by highlighting LeBlanc or Ryze, or even playing Olaf or Irelia in mid lane.
His entire competitive career has been spent at SKT and is now one of the highest paid esports players on the planet.
Kim “PraY” Jongin
This is one of Korea’s most legendary players, a two-time LCK champion and second in the world among many other titles.
In addition, he was considered the best marksman on the planet. Competed by Najin Black Sword, KOO Tigers, ROX Tigers, Longzhu Gaming, and KING-ZONE DragonX.
Gwak “BDD” Bo-seong
He was originally a midfielder for CJ Entus and then Longzhu Gaming signed with the team he won the LCK, becoming the most consistent midfielder in the league above Faker.
He is best known for bringing Zed and Azir back to the meta in Spring 2016.
Gerson “Paint” Brown,
He is a Colombian representative and currently works as the head coach of Infinity Esports, one of the most involved teams in the competitive League of Legends scene in Latam.
Dye, on the other hand, developed a long career at the LLA as head coach of the most elite teams in the Latin American league.
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