[NEW] Yiliang ‘Doublelift’ Peng Earned a Contentious but Commendable Legacy | yiliang peng – Vietnamnhanvan

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In 2012, a career as a professional video game player seemed quixotic at best. Rather than a way to demonstrate excellence, entertain large audiences and compete to become the best in the world, most people considered video games a childish activity that distracted people from accomplishing more respectable life goals. This idea became a sticking point in the early life of pro-League of Legends player Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng, as his passion for video games and League of Legends in particular caused immense friction between him and his parents, who eventually kicked him out of the house at 18 years old.

Peng made an infamous post on Reddit in which he asked the video game community for support and advice, as he was now homeless. He eventually moved in with friend and journalist Travis Gafford, who himself would become a renowned esports journalist in large part due to his familiarity and unique accessibility to Peng and other professional League of Legends players. When Riot Games, the developer of League of Legends, began to create more tournaments and opportunities for competition, Peng decided to forgo a college education and fully pursue a career in the still-nascent esports industry.

After playing for several small teams, Peng finally got his big break when he joined Counter Logic Gaming (CLG), one of the premier esports teams not only within North America, but across the entire world. Although members of the community noticed Peng’s mechanical skills, both fellow professionals and viewers criticized him for his lack of game knowledge and questionable in-game decision-making. Even though Peng initially joined as a support player, the team decided that he would be better suited to play the attack damage carry position since the role focused more on mechanics and less on larger picture strategy, or “macro.”

Peng’s support player at the time, Steve “Chauster” Chau, who the community regarded as one of the game’s most knowledgeable players, famously mentored Peng throughout his early tenure on CLG, and the two became a respected and feared duo in the professional League of Legends circuit. However, even though CLG placed very well in all of the tournaments throughout 2012, first place eluded the team ever since Peng joined. The team qualified for the Season 2 World Championship only to lose out in the group stages of the tournament. Around this time, the stigma of having never won a championship became a thorn in Peng’s side that would continue to haunt him over the next few years of his career.


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In 2013, Riot Games announced the start of the League Championship Series (LCS), a major turning point in the League of Legends competitive scene. Rather than competing in various tournaments over the course of a year, a set of eight teams would now play in a league similar to the NFL or NBA in a long regular season to determine seeding for a postseason playoff tournament. However, teams that did not place high enough would have to play in a relegation tournament against an amateur team to maintain their spot in the league. Even though many expected CLG to place highly due to its history of success, the team underwhelmed and had to play in the relegation tournament due to their poor placing.

The team failed to qualify for the World Championship in both 2013 or 2014. Fans largely blamed CLG’s poor management and unhealthy team culture, particularly its questionable roster moves and poor in-game synergy, despite the widely acknowledged individual skills of each member. At this point, Peng had become a popular but polarizing figure within the community for his abrasive trash talk before matches despite his team’s lack of results. His frustration with his teammates continued to increase as CLG continued to underwhelm in the LCS, and with the emergence of team-focused reality shows such as Chasing the Cup, the community began to criticize the way Peng interacted with his teammates.

In 2015, after another poor performance in the LCS Spring playoffs, longtime teammate Austin “Link” Shin released a lengthy statement in which he largely attributed CLG’s unhealthy team dynamic to Peng, alleging that despite Peng’s undeniable talent, his tendency to blame his teammates for CLG’s poor performances hindered team morale and resulted in a lack of in-game cooperation. Peng later admitted that during this time, he had contemplated retiring from professional League of Legends due to the community backlash and his apparent inability to attain the results he wanted despite his work ethic and skills. He decided to play throughout the summer of 2015, and if CLG performed poorly yet again, he would retire.

Since CLG’s roster remained mostly unchanged from the spring, fans did not consider CLG a favorite to win the summer playoffs. The team gradually improved over the course of the season, however, with a second-place finish in the regular season. In the playoffs, despite the organization’s reputation as one that fell apart in high-pressure games, the team went undefeated in the playoffs and famously defeated North American rival Team SoloMid (TSM) to secure the team’s first LCS championship and Peng’s first-ever tournament win. Even though the team had a poor performance at the World Championship, the community still lauded CLG’s season as a massive success story and a turning point in Peng’s career.

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Despite this watershed moment, CLG shocked the community in the offseason when it removed Peng from the team, CLG’s longest-standing member at the time and still widely considered the team’s best player. Echoing Link’s earlier statement, the team cited Peng’s attitude as a negative influence on the team atmosphere, which further reinforced his reputation as a toxic teammate. Peng quickly joined TSM and predictably, the rivalry between both long-standing North American franchises further intensified heading into 2016.

Peng’s career from 2016 onward saw him reach an unparalleled level of domestic success. Although TSM narrowly lost to CLG in the 2016 Spring Finals, the team became a dominant force for the rest of Peng’s tenure, winning several championships in a decisive fashion. Peng now shifted his main goals toward international success, which continued to elude him. Despite TSM’s high expectations going into both the 2016 and 2017 World Championships, the team failed to advance out of the group stages on both occasions, and the community labeled Peng an international choker for his inability to dominate foreign players in the same manner as his North American opponents.

TSM released Peng after the team’s inability to produce international results, and Peng joined the revamped Team Liquid roster, which began an era of even greater success for Peng. Not only did he help bring even more domestic championships to Team Liquid, but in 2019 the team placed second at the Mid-Season Invitational, the highest international placing for any North American team in history.


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After such a long run of success, Peng began to struggle with motivation issues, which became apparent in the spring of 2020 as Team Liquid bombed the regular season and failed to qualify for the LCS playoffs. The team released him and Peng rejoined TSM for the summer, in which the team had a miraculous playoff run to once again become LCS champions for the first time since Peng first left the team in 2017. Peng finally retired during the offseason and continues to stream on Twitch and create content for his fans.

Throughout his career, Peng demonstrated a remarkable ability to persevere despite immense criticism and disappointment. Only a handful of other players in the entire world boast comparable career longevity to Peng, and very few players have achieved his level of success with multiple teams. In the early years of competitive League of Legends and the LCS, players often decided that the competitive scene lacked the stability of a regular career and many would quit after only a few poor tournament performances.

Peng’s confidence and belief in his skills made him one of the game’s most popular players, but he also drew criticism from fans who alleged that his ego would hold back the teams he played on. Yet for all the drama and community backlash Peng has endured, he not only cemented his competitive legacy, but also contributed to the overall growth of the entire esports industry as a result of his popularity and strong personal brand. No matter how many criticisms people might levy at him, they cannot dispute his impact on the game.

[NEW] Yiliang ‘Doublelift’ Peng: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know | yiliang peng – Vietnamnhanvan

He’s the 23 year old Attack Damage Carry player for Team Solo Mid. Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng. TSM have had great split after a rocky start to the North American League of Legends Championship. TSM even won the first Rift Rivals event when they defeated Unicorns of Love in a clean sweep. Doublelift & Company are well on their way to another NA LCS Championship;

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Here’s what you need to know:

1. Doublelift Has Earned Close To $100,000 In Prize Money

Doublelift has been a professional League of Legends player since 2011. Because of his team’s middling success at tournaments the prize money Doublelift earns with them has never been a significant portion of his earnings. While competing he infrequently streams on twitch.tv but when he does he can easy get an audience of 30,000 viewers. With that many people donating and subscribing it makes sense streaming represents 80 – 90 percent of his income. He began his career on Counter Logic Gaming. Doublelift then joined TSM in 2015 after an ugly breakup with CLG. TSM’s owner Andy “Reginald” Dinh has long been rumored to pay top salaries for years and despite TSM never having released a list of their player’s salaries. Everyone involved in the LCS have consistently reaffirmed this sentiment.

2. Doublelift Was Kicked Out Of His House After He Turned 18

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When Doublelift first started playing League of Legends in 2011 the competitive scene was much smaller than it is now and being a professional gamer was significantly more risky. His personality coupled with his parents insistence on his career path is what lead his being kicked out of their family home. After spending a year on Travis Gafford’s couch, Doublelift moved into the Counter Logic Gaming team house.

Doublelift’s beginning with CLG coincided with his rise to the top tier of ADC players. Doublelift’s skills became quickly apparent to players and fans alike but his team never really coalesced as a unit. CLG had a rocky time upon joining the North American League Championship Series and they consistently found themselves fighting to stay in the league. CLG went on to win their first NA LCS trophy in Summer 2015 at Madison Square Garden. Sadly, after a disappointing showing at the world championship CLG decided to revamp their roster and Doublelift moved on to Team Solo Mid.

With TSM Doublelift has found success much faster, TSM won NA LCS in summer 2016 with Doublelift in tow and while he doesn’t often carry games in the same way he used to on CLG, Doublelift is a consistent presence at every stage of the game. Doublelift’s continued excellence coupled with his team’s championship victories has finally enabled him to back up his legendary trash talk.

3. “Everyone else is trash”

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Doublelift has always been one of the most prolific trash talkers in the League of Legends community. It is possible that sometimes Doublelift is not actually trash talking at all; he’s just being incredibly blunt. His honesty is an admirable trait, since most traditional sports athletes are not known for really speaking their minds about any topic.

Doublelift has clearly matured over the years both in game and in his own life. It’s remarkable to see anyone exhibit this kind of visible growth in demeanor in such a public fashion, even so the old Doublelift still comes out every now and then. Doublelift is a perfect marriage of personality and skill; which puts him in a unique position to consistently back up his trash talk and make his detractors seem foolish.

4. Doublelift Has The Highest Number Of Pentakills In Professional Competition

A pentakill is when one player on a team gets the killing blow on every single member of the opposing team. This tends to occur most in situations where one team is pressing very hard to win the game; or when both teams are fighting for a particular objective on the map. Admittedly sometimes this can be a fluke, but sometimes an entire team will work together to get one of their own all five kills. Doublelift has 10 pentakills in competition since he started playing professionally.

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Some of his pentakills do fit the earlier descriptions, his teammates dive on the fountain or deliberately stop attack the other team for him but there are many among that 10 that Doublelift had to earn. In one pentakill against the European LCS All-Star team at All-Star Shanghai 2013 Doublelift darts around the fight on Ezreal while two of his teammates fall and two more are almost dead by the end of the fighting. This pentakill also has the markings of a truly earned pentakill, you can see that in addition to his teammates excellent peeling for him, Doublelift still has to deal with An “Balls” Lee diving after him as Doublelift attempts to deal damage as Ashe. Ashe is not a champion known for mobility and it’s very important for the player using her to position themselves perfectly in order to deal damage while limiting the opponent’s ability to harm you.

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5. Doublelift Has Competed In Every Season Of The North American League Championship Series

Doublelift is one of a handful of players who’ve participated in the LCS since day one. Doublelift almost broke his streak in Spring 2017 but thankfully a short stint with Team Liquid kept him in good company. At times Doublelift has looks bad and honestly he’s played terrible every once in awhile. When each season is taken a whole, Doublelift has been a consistently good ADC and a driving force behind the team he’s been with.

Many of Doublelift’s pentakills came before the LCS existed and until he found success with CLG and TSM it was fashionable to say Doublelift had peaked years ago. He’s found a way to consistently adapt his style of play to whatever meta LoL finds him in. Doublelift’s ability put his team on his back when his team needs it, year after year is truly what separates him from the average LCS player.

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PLAYING WITH @xQcOW @Pokelawls @m0xyy @Lacari | Doublelift


5 man queue with XQC POKELAWLS M0XYY AND LACARI
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PLAYING WITH @MrBeast AND @loltyler1 | Doublelift


@MrBeast messaged me on Twitter to play some league. How could I say no? Also, @loltyler1 was here I guess
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19:13 Second Game, Doublelift as Jhin
29:40 Mr Beast Gives YouTube Secrets
33:06 Third Game, Doublelift as Zac
42:55 Conclusions

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PLAYING IN COREJJ’S TOURNAMENT (it was lit) | Doublelift


I played in CoreJJ’s offseason for fun tourney and it was lit 😀
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Will Riot Ban This BLATANT Scripter? | Doublelift


I played against the most blatant scripter and people like this are never banned. Can Riot games do something?
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