The competition is female: the first Korean to join the professional sector of League of Legends players is the talented DangMoo
Apologizing in advance for his Y chromosome, the writer is happy to be able to talk about the collapse of another glass ceiling: in this case we are alluding to the korean competitive Of League of Legendsin which DangMoo and the first woman to enter. Over the last few years, efforts to open tournaments and challenges at a competitive level also to the female sphere have not been lacking, although often resulting in separate circuits. This is not the case we are happy to discuss today, in a similar way to the Game Changers tournament with which Valorant has put many professionals in the spotlight with large cash prizes (and similar figures in terms of audience).
Graceful and Legendary: The League of Legends tournaments welcome the first lady, DangMoo
The formerly men’s team of League of Legends, i.e. the Korean team Sand SANDBOXwelcome now Jeon “DangMoo” Su-jin as his first lady. While the latter owes her accomplishments with the likes of Yuumi and Lulu, they are not her only merits. Jeon is in fact known as content creator, with over 200,000 subscribers on YouTube and 186,000 followers on Twitch. In his live broadcasts he alternated playing at high levels with a sampling of titles even outside of LoL with other activities such as drawing. The girl also includes an original character who came to life as an avatar from VTuber.
Whoop whoop whoop whoop whoop!
Sujin ‘DangMoo’ Jeon has joined the Liv Sandbox youth team.
We ask for your support and interest in Dangmu players who are challenging their long-cherished dreams.
— Liiv SANDBOX (@LiivSANDBOX) December 29, 2022
Now DangMoo will prove her stuff by giving a hard time to a still largely male environment, facing the strongest players in South Korea. The goal of the pro player is not even a small one, considering the time that many like her have dedicated to the game without being able to take for granted the entry into a team. We could cite a myriad of examples in this regard, such as Kim “Berserker” Min-cheol and Kyeong “Photon” Gyu-tae, not counting the players who still train in the rest of the world. For today, however, we can only wish Jeon the best in the career ahead of him.
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