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LoL: Doublelift and Perkz humiliated after failed tower dive

by Kamil Malinowski

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League of Legends veterans Yiliang ‘Doublelift’ Peng Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković embarrassed themselves after completely messing up a tower dive on stream. 

Team Liquid’s Doublelift is currently bootcamping in Europe with his team ahead of the LoL World Championship. He was streaming some of his practice games when he decided to team up with G2 Esports’ Perkz to form a deadly partnership in the bottom lane.

However, things could not have gone worse for the duo as they hilariously failed a tower dive with their jungler, giving away three kills early on.

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Doublelift completely messed up a tower dive.

The two players were pushing their lane as their jungler approached from the enemy jungle, getting ready to pressure the enemy bot lane. It seemed the game could get off to a good start, but then the unfortunate chain of events began.

Doublelift was too slow to react to the opposing Blitzcrank’s grab and got pulled into the tower before his team was ready. Perkz and the jungler then ran in to salvage the situation, only to find they had died almost instantly.

Still, they thought there was a chance to get revenge and continued the tower dive. The enemy AD carry flashed out of the way at the last second, while Perkz died to the tower, and managed to survive with a slither of health.

Their jungler then continued the fight, only to get stunned by the Blitzcrank seconds before success, resulting in a complete catastrophe for the professional players.

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Perkz tried to avenge his teammate but things did not go so well.

The Team Liquid bot laner was incredibly embarrassed by the whole situation, laughing while saying: “go next, please go next!” Meanwhile, Perkz burst out in laughter and could barely keep it together.

Both players will soon be in action at the most important event of the year, the LoL World Championship, and fans will be hoping that they won't see this kind of performance at the tournament.