Korean League of Legends players won the first set of an evaluation match against Taiwan.
The 19th Hangzhou Asian Games League of Legends national team evaluation match against Chinese Taipei was held at IBEX Studio in Gwangmyeong at 8 p.m. on the 12th. Korea built a roster centered around Faker Sang-hyeok Lee and won the first set with overwhelming management ability.
The game went smoothly from the beginning. In the Ben Pick, Korea chose Kaisha, Alistar, Thalia, Renekton, and Viego, while Taiwan chose Lel, Azir, Jerry, Leona, and Poppy. Both teams predicted standard play by selecting decent champions without any irregularities.먹튀검증
Both teams showed moves to take an early advantage with sharp thrusts. Taiwan’s Jungle Casa, who played Lello, succeeded in mid ganking and Taiwan took the first blood. South Korea gradually widened the initial gap by focusing on supply and demand of minions.
Although there were not many kills in the game, the Korean players had an advantage in terms of operation by leveraging their outstanding basic skills. Based on this, they put pressure on the Taiwanese players at the top and bottom at the same time, creating a 3,000 gold gap in just 10 minutes of game time.
Taiwan seemed to be creating an opportunity by successfully counterattacking against the aggressive Korean players, but it was not enough to close the gap that had widened through consistent operation from the beginning.
While other players were dealing with Taiwanese players, ruler Park Jae-hyuk’s Kaisha grew significantly and dominated the match.
In the end, Korea defeated Taiwan and won the first set by leveraging its superiority in object control and operational aspects.
Ruler Park Jae-hyuk showed a relaxed play by beating Taiwan’s Popo’s Azir’s pursuit every time with his excited reactions and even scoring a quadrakill in the battle.