Since leaving Invictus Gaming, Ning still attached to the streamer job. His main broadcast content is still ranking climbing and tournament analysis, but thanks to his rich competition experience as well as the ability to chat quite “charming”, Ning’s channel can be considered as reaping many successes. achievements.
Even so, this guy still aims to return to the professional arena, by hard work try-hard Korean rank. But recently, Ning’s rank climbing frequency has been decreasing day by day, even some days, he just on-stream and talked to fans but did not touch a game.
Of course, Ning’s fans can’t help but wonder, some even think that Ning has given up, no longer expecting to return to the professional arena. However, it was not until the recent broadcast that Ning spoke up about the reason for his “lazy” climbing.
Specifically, he said that he was posted online by the bad guy, and called on other gamers to “hunt”, which caused Ning’s matches in Korean rank to be blocked. affected by game breakers, and Ning’s account has dropped by 600 LP points because of such hunting for the past several days.
As the number 1 server cluster in the world in terms of attraction as well as player quality, the Korean League of Legends server always attracts many of the world’s top gamers to participate in the experience. Many of them are professional superstars, or cult hot streamers. Their presence creates even more attraction for the Korean server, but it also entails many consequences.
A typical example is the problem of bookies interfering in the rank matches of famous players. However, in Ning’s case, this guy was simply… hated, so he became a victim of “bad play”.
This issue has also been mentioned a lot, as a testament to the somewhat excessively toxic gaming culture of a part of Korean gamers. At the high ranks (from Diamond and above), many players at this server don’t even care about their own rank, their fun is spent on tricks like hunting famous players reputation, preventing foreign gamers from climbing to a higher rank, often scolding teammates when they do not perform well, and even if there is a match with a certain star, they are ready ready to toss the game to earn bet money
Only from about the upper half of the Challenger rank (about the top 100), everything becomes less negative, because in this rank, there are still mainly professional gamers or game content creators, so the new environment a little more peaceful.
The person who knows best about “collective bullying” in Korean rank is none other than TF Blade. The famous North American male streamer had unforgettable experiences at this server. In the journey to take on the challenge of climbing to the top 1 of Korean Challenge, TF Blade had many sensitive words that touched on racial issues for Koreans, and so this guy could no longer rest in peace for a moment. any more.
Any match where TF Blade is present, all Korean gamers present in that match will do everything to make him lose, teammates are no exception, even, they even Report the position of TF Blade to the opponent to turn the match into a true 1vs9 game.
TF Blade then “failed” the journey to conquer the top 1 Korean rank with a controversial permanent account ban, but one thing is for sure, this male streamer will never want to experience at the server. Solder again.
That said, Ning’s case is quite condemnable, but still considered lucky, because at least he hasn’t “made a grudge” with the Korean gaming community, and perhaps soon. The aforementioned conflicts will also be forgotten. At that time, Ning could climb the rank as usual without too many obstacles.