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Former first professional League of Legends player confirmed Covid-19: ‘Everything will be all right’

Recently, the former player of Cloud9, FlyQuest and Optic Gaming – Daerek “LemonNation” Hart informed on Twitter personally that he was infected. Covid-19 after the result of the health examination at the hospital.

The player also said that he has not been hospitalized at the moment, but only isolated at home. The reason is because the health condition is still good and bad changes have not been detected.

Share with InvenGlobal, LemonNation said: “I’m still feeling good, there are only a few symptoms of a mild cold and sluggishness, generally no problem is too serious”. The boss of Radiance – the organization LemonNation is working with also said other employees will seriously carry out quarantine at home after LemonNation was confirmed to be infected.

Former first professional League of Legends player confirmed Covid 19 Everything will be all right | Esports

LemonNation was also the first case in Esports to be found infected with Covid-19. The 31-year-old former player known as a veteran member of the legendary Cloud9 squad has dominated LCS for 3 consecutive seasons, winning the LCS Summer 2013, LCS Spring 2014 and LCS Summer 2014.

Currently, he is one of the managers of Radiance – A semi-professional eSports organization in North America. Although not as lucky as having an epidemic like LemonNation, it was still quite optimistic and did not forget to remind the fans about the alert to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Former first professional League of Legends player confirmed Covid 19 Everything will be all right | Esports

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