When you're playing in the LPL, the highest Chinese League of Legends league, you're expected to have an exemplar behavior — and teams don't mess around when their players don't respect that rule. EDward Gaming toplaner Zhao " Aodi " Ao-Di beared the cost of such rule, as his team decided to sanction him for his reported toxic behavior in ranked solo queue.
A deserved punishment
One can wonder what would have happened if it had not been for such clear evidence. While there's no right time to be toxic and cancerous in League of Legends, Aodi really hasn't picked the right moment to release his frustration. Moreover, the fact that he had a toxic behavior towards Ryu "Keria" Min-seok, the Korean support of the DRX team, only made the situation worse.
In the game in question, Keriya (Lee Sin) arrived a bit late to taste Aodi (Renekton) who had asked for help on a sidelane. After having flashed in the void and engaged in a losing fight, the Chinese player cast a FF vote and split several very limited written messages in the chat (wishing, in particular, the death of the mother of his temporary soloQ teammate).
Supposedly unworthy of a professional player, that kind of behavior is sadly commonplace in League of Legends. However, just like the NBA or the NFL does, the severity of the LPL might be a good inspiration for the LCS...
While Yone has yet to set foot in the Summoner's Rift, a recent leak would seem to indicate the identity of the next champion to join League of Legends. She would be called Samira and could well be an ADC.
Original content by "Tipsalewo".