Credit to lolesports
Renegades “With the resignation of Remi we will be turning to Nick “Hakuho” Surgent to fill our support role Hakuho will join us immediately this weekend for our week 4 bouts…”
Credit to a tweet that links to the article at Renegades.gg ,but the website seems to be down.
MonteCristo also tweeted out this.
Week 1 Remilia Led all Na supports in Kill participation I believe it was around 87% of the total kills she either got an assist or a kill. She had good performances on Alistar and morgana. The alistar game she went 0-4-16 and helped her team to victory over Team Liquid. The second game that week was against NRG esports and she played Morgana that game she was apart of 5 of 6 kills.
Week 2 and week 3 Freeze missed 3 of the 4 games because of visa issues. She played with 3 adc’s in 3 weeks ,and botlane Synergy isn’t something that just magically happens. The biggest knock towards her play was being caught out to much. This could of been Remi just wanting to make plays for the team which caused her to over extend and getting caught.
Pro gamers are very different then traditional sport athletes when it comes to social media. The athletes have pr people and many times someone else doing the media for them. Where as pro gamers are on the same sites as their fans read the same articles or postings that may mention them. I would say the community did a poor job of having constructive criticism towards her about gameplay. Instead hateful comments filled message boards and i would be lying if i didn’t say this most likely played a huge part in the overall decision to step down.
Personally wishing Remi best in everything she decides to do in the future. 3 weeks in the LCS wasn’t long enough ,and I for one would welcome you back and hope you return when your ready.
I hope teams decide to follow Fnatic and Ember in providing help in Mind, body, and soul. I can’t speak for Renegades i do not not if they brought in or worked with sport Psychs.
Credit to http://www.millenium.org
You will always be remember in LCS history
Welcome Hakuho to the LCS
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