2020 is undoubtedly an extremely special year for Riot Games, when this is the time when the team that releases this game will get rid of the “only one game” label, League of Legends. Instead, Riot Games is cherishing a series of plans with many titles already teased in celebration of its 10th birthday. And to be able to accomplish this idea, the first thing that Riot Games thought about is to strengthen its personnel system with the first brick named Jake Sin – the director of PUBG eSports.
The status line notifies about Jake Sin’s move and upcoming plans
Accordingly, as the information received, Jake Sin’s upcoming work will be the Special Project Manager of eSports and Korean Riot Games. Specifically, this guy will have to build an eSports segment for Riot Games’ new titles and products in 2020, such as the Legend of Runeterra, the Arena of Truth Mobile and League of Legends: Speed Battle before focusing all his efforts on pushing. League of Legends in Korea. Even games like Project A or Project L promise to be transformed and improved extremely well if there is the magic hand of Jake Sin – who has confirmed the brand after many years with PUBG.
Portrait of Jake Sin – who just abandoned the PUBG shipwreck to join Riot Games
This is definitely good news for Riot Games fans, but also pushes PUBG into a very dim future, as this game is inherently extremely poor and slumping. . Accordingly, although Jake Sin announced to leave Riot Games on December 31, 2019, everyone would understand that he would not do so without receiving an invitation from Riot. Even in his farewell status line, Jake Sin also implicitly criticized PUBG Corp for not being too salty but with their brainchild: “”I will leave PUBG. I am extremely proud of what our group has achieved after only one year. Of course, many things I wish had been done better, but they demanded that company-wide resources go beyond my reach.“.
The possibility of PUBG becoming dead games in 2020 is very high
Certainly, the future of PUBG in 2020 is a bleak gray, when before the departure of Jake Sin, a series of gaming teams also planned to disband their professional PUBG team. It seems that PUBG Corp wants to focus more on the mobile version, and so PUBG is at risk of becoming a dead zone.
And a bright future awaits Riot Games with the talent of Jake Sin