A welfare fund for the elderly in Taiwan has successfully organized the first League of Legends tournament for U80s for the first time. After months of rigorous training with the help of young coaches, many of the 60 to 80 year olds have completed their training and started competing.
The most notable performance is the “out of process” performance of a 66-year-old man with the nickname JW. With only 1 champion, Xerath, he had an impressive performance when he finished 60 opponents in 2 games and lay down only 5 times. Calculating the highest 3 matches, the JW player saw off the opponent 79 times to the Altar while only letting the opponent do the same 12 times to him.
Specifically, in the first match, JW achieved a shocking K/D/A of 37/0/6. Still holding Xerath in the 2nd game, the 66-year-old player showed off his skills with K/D/A 23/5/9, more than enough for the opponent to see that what he did in game 1 was not luck but rather luck. level. Game 3 still saw a “massacre” with 19 kills, 11 assists, but this time JW was defeated 7 times, probably because the opponent knew not to be “greasy” with this mid laner. .
Unfortunately, the superior level of the silver-haired master was not enough to carry the team to the final victory. Not only playing the role of carrying the team, he is also recognized as the person who always encourages his teammates in the arena.
According to the organizers, JW is a former soldier. After retiring, League of Legends became one of his hobbies and he often played with his children. Perhaps that’s why both his experience and skills are considered to be the most outstanding in the lineup.