In the LPL Spring 2023, Ning was the face ranked by fans in the top 19 out of 17 LPL teams and this made the UP players angry.
Ning is the talented but also full of scandals of the LPL. At LPL Spring 2023, Ning played for UP (Ultra Prime) team after a long absence from this tournament. However, his form seems to have dropped when there are no more goals, even he is constantly called out in discussions about “being killed more than monsters”.
As a result, in the eyes of the LPL community, Ning is no longer a formidable player as before. The team he was playing for UP stopped at the top 17 out of 17 teams in the 2023 LPL Spring. Even more bitter, Ning himself was ranked in the top 19 and was rated as the worst jungler in the LPL. .
Receiving bitterness from the fan community, Ning couldn’t help but feel annoyed when on his latest livestream, this player expressed his difficulty in accepting the result: “There are 19 junglers out of 17 teams in the LPL, I ranked 19th? What’s the reason? Where’s the data?”.
However, the numbers seem to say it all about this guy’s disappointing performance:
– LPL lowest win rate (24.3%)
– Lowest KDA LPL (1.6)
– Lowest average kills per game in LPL (1.3)
– Average of the most kills per game in the LPL (4.1)
– Lowest Gold Earned Per Minute LPL (303)
– Lowest damage dealt per minute LPL (270). 2nd lowest assist LPL (5.3).
This disastrous result made many people worry about the future of the guy. With this performance of Ning, many fans speculate that UP will have to recruit a new jungler if they want their team to develop more.