Ale said he regretted giving up the contract (at least) 34.7 billion VND to stay at LNG Esports, and opened up about friction with Doinb.
Dubbed the “LPL clown” by many fans, Doinb now has many international fans because of his humorous personality. But on the contrary, there are also some followers who believe that Doinb was “annoyed” by some in the professional League of Legends community for disclosing inside information of the LPL, typically Doinb was fined hundreds of millions of dollars. contract for disclosing confidential information on livestream.
Recently, Doinb continued to be mentioned in a series of incidents involving his teammate Ale.
First, on his personal livestream, Ale said that his livestream and donation money had not been paid for the past several months. Even when he contacted the person in charge of the matter, there was no response. Although Ale did not reveal whether he was owed money because of LNG Esports or the livestream platform he is working with, many gamers also criticized LNG Esports for not protecting players in this regard.
Next, the community discussed the “internal quarrel” between Ale and the rest of the members (especially with Doinb). Because before, Doinb said on livestream that the recent meeting (about training and competition) had very good results, but Ale has confirmed that he did not participate in this meeting (even though Ale is the only top laner). of LNG Esports in the first half of LPL Summer 2022).
Next, Ale admitted he played worse than last year, but he also said that he regrets giving up an 8-figure contract (at least 10 million yuan ~ about 34.7). billion VND) to stay at LNG Esports.
If the stories Ale shared are true, it is highly likely that PandaC (substitute who only played 1 game on July 15) will play the main game in the remaining half of the LPL Summer 2022.
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