French League of Legends veteran Paul “sOAZ” Boyer said he found Dota 2 happier League in an interview with Richard “Rich” Wells, former H2k executive and current director of media agency The Black Lodge.
In the Desert Island Game Youtube series, Wells chats with the veteran top laner on a variety of topics ranging from his early playing in France to what made the original Fnatic team. the beginning becomes distinctive compared to the newer iterations.
But the most exciting moment came when sOAZ was asked about Dota 2, which he believes has more creativity in it than League.
“Back then, I would say it was a complete break, I thought at the beginning, Dota maybe more fun because League more team-based,” said sOAZ. “It’s not that Dota no, it’s definitely high quality in teamplay, but I think there’s a lot of room for error in Dota. ”
“You can be more creative in Dota, and that’s probably the most interesting thing in Dota compared to League of Legends. sOAZ explains further.
Although no longer in the LEC, sOAZ still plays professionally League player. He signed with the Austrian e-sports organization WAVE Esports.
During his time in the LEC, sOAZ was known for his creative escapes – namely the amazing escape against Kennen in the 2015 Worlds Semi-Finals against SK Telecom T1, now known only as T1 .
His creativity and longevity are what have made the France international one of the most beloved players of his time in the LEC, specifically for Origen and Fnatic.
During his nine years as a starting top laner, sOAZ has amassed a number of titles, including five LEC championships, two Worlds Semi-Finals, and two Worlds appearances.
He then played briefly for Immortals human in the LCS during the 2020 season, where he had little success. Today, sOAZ keeps it low like a pro League players in European regional leagues.
However, even after all these years, the French player continues with his long career League, Show a real passion for the game.
sOAZ fans can watch 11 years League veteran in PRM 1st Division 2022 Spring Split. For LECs, 2022 Spring Split will begin on January 14, where 10 LEC teams will compete remotely due to the emergence of the Omicron variant of COVID-19.
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