After trying again on League of Legends Season 12 based mostly on what he skilled in public matches, Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp got here to a easy conclusion: “This season was trash!”
The Twitch star stated it was “terrible” from begin to end. He believes Riot was conscious of it too, which is why they “did a lot to try to make it better.” But they didn’t do sufficient, in his view.
“This was bad!” the highest League streamer declared. “The season started, and we had normal game MMR abusers everywhere and transfer accounts everywhere. People started the season getting D1 and duoing and then dodging placements.”
Things picked up for him just a little when he hit Challenger on Support. However, it didn’t final lengthy. It all went downhill when he streamed for 14 hours a day in South Korea between May and June. He skilled large shedding streams and located himself at odds with most teammates.
And it didn’t enhance when he returned house.
Tyler1 claimed betters (individuals who wager on video games and lease accounts to commerce wins) adopted him again to North America, and so they plagued his League video games for one more two to 3 months.
“Now it’s the end of the season,” he stated. “We hit Challenger two weeks ago. I tried to camp it. I tried to camp Challenger. That didn’t work. We had to play our decay games. We lost every decay game. Then we just kept losing. Now we’re down to like 490 LP. Climbed back up to 700.”
But regardless that he managed to bounce again, the ebbs and flows of the season left him in tatters. “I don’t care, bro. This year was terrible!” the streamer added.
Unfortunately for him, the subsequent season doesn’t start till Jan. 2023, and preseason solely simply began—which suggests he’ll have to endure it just a little extra if he needs to maintain streaming League, which he definitely will.
It’ll be attention-grabbing to see what’s in retailer for Tyler1.