Faker jumps into League solo queue, labeling 90% of games as “slots”.

Arguably the most iconic League of Legends player in the world, Lee ‘Faker’ Sang-hyeok has admitted he’s tired of the game’s solo queue – he likens it to gambling in hopes of getting good teammates.

Solo Queue has been an integral part of League of Legends. Though it went on hiatus in 2016, it’s been in the game for well over a decade.

Recently, however, a growing percentage of gamers across all regions have been complaining about the state of the game mode.

The biggest thing players complain about is the amount of Inters (deliberate feeders) and Riot’s lack of punishment. Now Faker has joined the bashing, calling the experience “not fun”.

Faker slams the LoL solo queue and names them randomly

Of a Twitch stream On March 16, while waiting for another game, Faker said to his chat, “If I wasn’t a pro; Gamers, I would not play solo cue.”

The three-time world champion has treated every game as a giant RNG wheel. Accordingly Reddit, the translation reads: “Nine out of 10 games are like slot machines. If that’s the case, I see no point in playing.”

Faker testifies to the point of randomness due to the ongoing issues of trolls ruining the experience for others. Members of the League community can be known to spam “FF15” within minutes of starting a game just for dying on level 1.

There are also some who just don’t care, and int games as seen when an LPL pro got caught doing it.

Riot has previously mentioned a solo-only mode, but League streamer IWillDominate feels the hole is too deep to patch.

He said, “Feels like everyone who plays high rating is just as unlucky as f**k at this point.”

If Faker doesn’t want to play, it could trigger a domino effect of a solo queue boycott. So far, the clip has garnered over 25,000 views on Twitch and 16,000 upvotes on Reddit.

With one of the best players in the world now calling games random, people are wondering if Riot will respond with relevant changes. Faker jumps into League solo queue, labeling 90% of games as “slots”.

Emma Bowman

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