In the past few years, most League of Legends players have now learned that one of the most important things to master in the game is knowing when to flip the map to help your teammates.
But in a recent stream with LS and IWillDominate, Fnatic’s top featured laner, Bwipo, said that “this type of minimap understanding is null and void” in Western’s solo queue. Fnatic’s Top Laner, Bwipo, Says Map Movement Is Foreign To Most Western Solo Queue Players
“The movement around the map is something foreign to most EU and NA players playing in single queue,” said Bwipo. “In Korea, [at the fucking level of five, there are five people halfway up, right? Sometimes people grieve him and they fight them. But their presence is often the right decision, as the result of this room either or not. ”
The 21-year-old also explained how people in solo queues complain about situations in which they are expected to help by leaving their lane to cover the lanes or move to other areas of the map.
Bwipo said the League “really feels like a team game” in the Korean solo queue due to the players’ willingness to take action when compared to Europe and the rest of the world. ‘North America.