Tyler1 has been known for some of the most intense raging clips in League of Legends on Twitch, which has earned him a reputation, and he is back up to his old tricks again.
When trying to fill some down time in his stream and give back to his subscribers, Steinkamp decided to host a quick ‘giveaway’ for his fans, where the winners would have a chance to face him on stream in a 1v1.
Tyler1 is one of the most popular League of Legends streamers and has attended multiple events for the game.
The two players went back and forth with trash talk when first loading into the 1v1 and tried to hype the matchup for the Twitch viewers, with the streamer jokingly saying he would ban the fan for a week if he lost the match.
Tyler1 had the other player at low health as many expected during the 1v1, but when he decided to go all-in to finish the kill, he was stunned under the other player’s turret, causing him to take significant damage to let the other player back in the game.
The fan managed to kill Tyler1 and immediately called him ‘trash’, which set T1 off on another one of his famous rages, even blaming it on his Twitch viewers for “backseat gaming”, he then claimed that he never would’ve made that play and that the loss didn’t count saying, “it doesn’t count – I got peer pressured.”
Tyler1 went on to rage at his viewers, calling everyone who watched him trash, but did eventually settle down and congratulate the fan on the entertaining face-off.
He continued to play more 1v1’s on his stream against his fans and redeemed himself with some wins, however, with Tyler1 it seems to be only a matter of time before he finds something else in League of Legends worth raging about.
Riot Games has confirmed the first update of Season 11, League of Legends preseason patch 10.24, is coming at the end of this PBE cycle, and will be headlined by a host of buffs & nerfs for the new Mythic items. Here’s all the early notes for the Nov. 25 update.
The next League of Legends update is expected to be “pretty big,” the LoL balance team has warned, as Riot Games looks to deal with the fallout of the massive Season 11 item overhaul.
A number of the new Mythic items, including Eclipse, Kraken Slayer, Liandry’s Anguish, and plenty more are in the firing line. There’s a few champions being tweaked too, including new release Samira, Tryndamere, and Kayle.
Here’s all the details on League of Legends Patch 10.24, coming next fortnight.
Riot rush out Mythic item changes
LoL patch 10.24’s headline change comes in the item section. Mythics have dominated the early stages of Season 11 — no surprise there, considering they’re extremely new.
What Riot didn’t plan on, however, is how strong some of the single-slot picks would be when released into Summoner’s Rift. This includes Eclipse, the lethality mythic, as well as Liandry’s Anguish, and a host of other top-class full build items.
These Mythic nerfs will also be paired with a handful of buffs to boost Season 11’s underperforming items. Tear of the Goddess and Kraken Slayer lead the buffs, while ADC items like Essence Reaver and Phantom Dancer are also included.
Samira is one of a handful of champions being nerfed in patch 10.24.
“Statistically, Kraken [Slayer] has been underperforming compared to the other two [Galeforce and Shieldbow] so giving it a boost should help it a bit,” Riot dev Ray Williams said on Reddit soon after the patch 10.24 changes were revealed.
He also confirmed Eclipse’s “proc frequency” would be the main target of the Mythic item’s patch 10.24 nerfs.
“It’s the highest win rate on most users, and it’s the most broad [pick] for Assassins, Fighters, and Marksmen,” he said, “so it’s gotta give power somewhere.”
Eclipse has turned AD carries — assassins and marksman — into deadly burst champions.
Season 11 item icons reworked
As well as the balance changes coming for a host of the League of Legends mythics, Riot is also shipping minor changes to some of the Season 11 item icons.
The LoL community has been quite vocal about how “poor” many of the icons have been since release. Some have dubbed them “impossible to understand,” while others have just demanded the League item icons be reverted entirely.
Riot Games won’t be going that far, but they are tweaking them slightly to “improve icon clarity, icon differentiation, [and] rendering polish” in Season 11 preseason.
Our first pass of adjustments to item icons based on your feedback.
Goal is to improve: -Icon clarity (clearer silhouette, less noise) -Icon differentiation (more color separation)| -Rendering polish
The next League of Legends skin line, “Cosmic,” will be coming in LoL patch 10.24. Nine champions are in line for the new variant cosmetics, including oft-forgotten characters like Illaoi, Vladimir, and crystal jungler Skarner.
Here’s the full list of new ‘Cosmic’ skins:
Dark Cosmic Lissandra
All nine Cosmic skins, including the ‘dark’ Lissandra version, will be available for 1350 RP in the next patch. They will be released alongside the new “Prestige Star Guardian Soraka” skin, which can only be unlocked with prestige points.
The stars shine bright this PBE cycle!
Cosmic Skarner, Vlad, Hecarim, and Nidalee appear from the beyond the blackness. Is their arrival a blessing, or do they bring ruin? pic.twitter.com/ST4OxlW7Dv