During a current broadcast, whereas enjoying Gangplank within the high lane, fashionable League of Legends streamer Tyler1 encountered a hilarious technique for messing with enemy stream snipers.
Tyler1 has been on fairly the Gangplank spree as of late, clocking in numerous video games of The Saltwater Scourge on his numerous Platinum-ranked League smurf accounts. Although this makes his video games a bit simpler whereas studying such a tough champion, since he’s enjoying on a rank far under his traditional stage, this additionally permits a bigger portion of his viewer base to stream snipe him.
Ghosting or stream sniping is a type of dishonest in lots of multiplayer video video games by which an opponent joins a streamer’s broadcast to achieve further data and an unfair benefit.
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For most small streamers, ghosting isn’t a lot of a problem, however whenever you’re arguably the largest League of Legends broadcaster on this planet, it might probably typically seem to be each match Tyler1 performs has stream snipers. This is particularly true when the Twitch star is enjoying within the Platinum rank, which comprises over eight % of League‘s North American player base according to LeagueofGraphs.
During Tyler1’s League of Legends broadcast yesterday, whereas going through an enemy Olaf who gave the impression to be ghosting, Big T’s teammate employed a formidable technique for combating the cheater.
“Wait, this guy is spam-pinging even though he’s not coming because he knows they’re ghosting, so he backs off. Wait, that’s actually just 5Head as fuck,” Tyler1 mentioned.
The hilariously genius technique from Nami appeared to do the trick, with Tyler1 and his squad managing to win the extremely shut 38-minute nail-biter League of Legends match.