The 2019 League of Legends All-Star Event was hosted this last weekend in Las Vegas. But unlike past years, many people chose not to watch it or didn’t enjoy watching the festivities. Misfits Gaming’s new head coach, Maurice “Amazing” Stückenschneider, said that he was “honestly glad that All-Stars somewhat flopped this year.”
The former pro turned coach echoed the sentiment of many people in the League community. He explained that All-Stars was “supposed to be an event to celebrate the contribution and effort of our best players, and not our most popular streamers.”
Maurice “Amazing” Stückenschneider on Twitter
Honestly glad that All-Stars somewhat flopped this year. It is supposed to be an event to celebrate the contribution and effort of our best players and not our most popular streamers.
This year, All-Stars was populated by a handful of streaming personalities and people from the League community instead of just pros. As a result, it felt like there weren’t enough pros attending an event that was supposed to be for them in the first place.
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