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League of Legends: Why LCK legend PraY has turned down all offers for 2019

Published: 29/Nov/2018 10:27 Updated: 29/Nov/2018 11:11

by David Purcell

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After being linked with a whole host of American teams in recent weeks, LCK bot lane legend Jin ‘PraY’ Jong-In has cast some major doubt over his future in esports.

The Korean – who has won League of Legends Champions Korea with three different teams – revealed that he has turned down several offers to compete in the 2019 season during an emotional stream on Afreeca TV, with his fans now uncertain about what his next step might be. 

“The offers [that I’ve received from teams] have been too good, but I turned them all down,” he said. “Maybe I had already closed my heart, for some time by now.”

This was followed by several mentions of the word “retirement,” according to Korizon – a Korean esports website. The 24-year old reportedly went on to discuss the idea of retiring when the fans “were still clapping” and his potential regret of leaving now when they are not.

Despite the fans in the chat pleading for him to stick around and speak to more teams again, PraY responded with: “That’s the end. I’m going now. Maybe I’ll turn the stream on again soon,” before ending the stream.

What makes his words more shocking, is that they came just over a week after PraY opened himself up to offers publicly. He took to Twitter to seemingly promote his availability on November 20, as you can see in the tweet below.

While his fans may be confused or saddened by the situation, it does not seem like a concrete announcement at this stage. There is still hope that he could return in the future, even if it’s not alongside GorillA.

Call of Duty

Sniping is overpowered in Black Ops Cold War? Ft. NoisyButters | CI Podcast #7

Published: 30/Oct/2020 12:48 Updated: 30/Oct/2020 12:49

by Shane King

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With Black Ops Cold war just around the corner, there has been plenty of talk about the balance of the game and if the game will be enjoyable to play on release.

Mike & Keshav welcome Hannah ‘NoisyButters’ Bryan to Episode #7 of the CharlieIntel Podcast. During this week’s episode, we delve into the specifics of sniping in Black Ops Cold War. The hosts also go into the implications of 100 Thieves possibly joining the CDL and what this means for OpTic.

With NoisyButters, the group speaks about sniping through all the Call of Duty franchise and how it has evolved into what it is today in Modern Warfare. They also discuss what her top three favorite snipers are throughout all the games.

They also talk about 100 Thieves possibly entering the CDL and LA Thieves and what this means regarding the Chicago spot whether that be the Chicago OpTic or if they continue as the Huntsmen.


You can also listen to this podcast on Spotify and Apple Podcasts as well.