The Chinese League of Legends (LoL) team for the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games has made roster changes. TES “JackieLove” Wenbo and Jingdong Gaming (JDG) top laner Bai “369” Jiahao are out, while Bilibili Gaming (BLG) jungler Feng “Sheen” Lixin and ranged dealer Zhao “Elk” Jiahao are in. The pressure will be on for South Korea in their quest for gold. 메이저놀이터 주소

First to announce his withdrawal from the Asian Games was Bai “369” Jiahao, who posted on social media on Wednesday: “Being selected to the Asian Games roster is undoubtedly every player’s dream. With the dual task of the Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) and national training, I tried my best and wanted to contribute to my country,” he said. “However, recently, due to the long hours of intense training, I felt discomfort in my wrist joints, and after visiting a doctor, I was diagnosed with a joint condition that, if left untreated, could develop into a more serious joint disease, which could have an irreversible impact on my athletic career.”

“I had to face the reality that my body could not handle the closed and intense training of the Asian Games. After talking to my team and doctors, I decided to withdraw.” “The Asian Games are a matter of national honor, so to avoid affecting the team with my personal situation, I requested and was granted an official withdrawal. Once again, I would like to thank the officials and the team for recognizing my situation.”

“I am very honored to be part of the national team, but my physical condition has deteriorated recently due to a lot of stress in all areas, including chronic coughing and severe insomnia,” he said. “I know the importance of the Asian Games and it is important to be in the best shape to compete, but I am not sure if I can compete at this point. I don’t want to affect the team’s training and results, so I have withdrawn.”

The vacancies on the Chinese roster left by ‘369’ and ‘Jackylove’ are filled by BLG jungler Feng “Xun” Li Xun and ranged dealer Zhao “Elk” Zhao, who helped the team defeat GenGeSports and T1 at MSI. As for ‘Elk’, he is considered the best long-distance dealer among Chinese players in the LPL to date. Despite the changes to the roster, the Chinese squad is expected to be stronger.

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