‘Demon King’ surprised people when he was “outplayed” by… jungle monsters when climbing the North American rank.
Worlds 2022 has come to an end with 2 names that will be present in the final finals of this season, T1 and DRX. At the time of sprinting to find the champion of Worlds 2022, the international LoL community couldn’t help but be curious about the training regime of the players present in the finals. Among the talented players of the two teams, there are people who “say no to rank” like BeryL, there are also hardworking people like Faker who are diligently climbing the North American rank.
In the process of climbing the North American rank recently, Faker surprised people with his humorous situation of eating Blue Charm. Even Streamer Tyler1 could not hide his feelings when laughing “review” this match with thousands of live followers.
Accordingly, in the last match, the “demon king” had to play in the jungle position and he decided to choose Bel’Veth for his strategy. As a result, player T1 won overwhelmingly and ended the match with a pretty KDA of 8/2/5.
Overcoming the victory, Faker continued to use Bel’Veth to jungle in the match immediately after, but right at level 1, the Demon King was defeated by Blue buff in the jungle. This moment quickly gained the attention of the gaming community with a series of comments for this match.
– “This is a bad sign for Faker to bring Bel’Veth to mid lane this weekend.”
– “Don’t worry, he can’t play because of the jungle monster in the mid lane, T1 is fine.”
– “Well, I guess DRX doesn’t need to ban Faker’s Bel’Veth Jung.”
Faker is still the best professional League of Legends player in history. Holding the world championship for many years and many domestic and international titles, it is difficult for a player to surpass Faker. Every match that Faker participates in, he is always a measure of a player’s level. Anyone who solo kills Faker gets attention. Therefore, the moment Faker was ‘solo kill’ by the Blue Charm in the jungle recently received special attention from the gaming community.