Tyler1 is moving to Korea for his next League of Legends challenge

Tyler1 has announced that he is traveling to Korea for his next League of Legends challenge and will be in the autofill queue throughout the trip.

On February 19th, Tyler1 finally completed his mission to meet Challenger in every single role in League of Legends.

After hitting the milestone, he revealed that support is by far the “easiest role in the game” and hinted he would take his stream “worldwide”.

This confused many of his fans Tyler’s next step, especially after completing all of his goals in the NA region.

Well, on April 14th, Tyler finally revealed his future plans which consist of him moving to Korea to try and beat Challenger on the leaderboard.

Tyler1 trip to Korea
Twitch: Tyler1

Tyler1 is traveling to Korea at the end of April.

Tyler1 reveals he’s going to Korea to play LoL

During his April 14th stream, Tyler1 announced that he is going to Korea for his next LoL challenge and will queue for the autofill until the challenger.

The popular streamer won’t be traveling alone, however, as he will also be making the trip with high-elo jungler Julian ‘Tarzaned’ Farokhian.

While it doesn’t look like the two will form a duo together, it will be interesting to see who climbs out of the lower tiers first and how high up the ladder each of them is.

Since Korea is known for its competitive solo queuing experience filled with mechanically gifted players, it will definitely provide viewers with tons of exciting streams.

Tyler leaves the trailer and goes to Korea out of Live StreamFail

While Tyler hasn’t given a date for the trip yet, he did mention that Korea streams will start in late April, so it’s not a very long wait.

Tyler now has “two weeks to focus” and prepare for what may prove to be the toughest challenge he has faced yet.

https://www.dexerto.com/league-of-legends/tyler1-is-moving-to-korea-for-his-next-league-of-legends-challenge-1804988/ Tyler1 is moving to Korea for his next League of Legends challenge

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