Tag : Max Waldo
C9 Malice on his competition: "I already think LCS and LEC junglers aren’t very good. NA Academy would just be a step down from it."
Sebastian “Malice” Edholm was the first ever Western player to ever be a part of a Korean organization. For those that don't follow the League of Legends scene in Korea, he, alongside coac
"Welcome to The Church. Mass is on weekends." - Photos from the scenes of the C9 LS announcement
The off-season roster moves around the world continue to keep the LoL Esports community intrigued. One particular team that garnered much attention from NA is Cloud9. It was initially reported that Ni
GEN Bdd: "One thing I’ve personally learned from this year’s Worlds is that Western mid laners don’t really care about laning nor are they very good at it."
Cloud9 stood as the last hope for the West, as they played Gen.G in the last quarterfinal match of Worlds 2021. Despite the unified support from the Western fans, however, the match was a clean 3-0 by
C9 Max Waldo: "It feels like you’re always falling behind because [LCK & LPL] have better ways of accelerating themselves faster."
The 2021 LoL World Championships [Worlds] starts in less than 12 hours. This year, Riot decided to make a somewhat last minute return to Iceland, after circumstances surrounding COVID made it implausi
C9 Max Waldo: "I don’t think Blaber and scuttle crab will ever be an issue in NA."
To say that Cloud9 performed very inconsistently at MSI 2021 would be an understatement. At the top of their game, they looked unbeatable, proven through their wins against the likes of RNG and the 20
C9 Max Waldo: "It's easier for [Perkz] to generate more advantages outside of lane [...] I’m trying to help him get past the first 10 minutes consistently."
From living in Korea with Nick “LS” De Cesare for 2 years to becoming a coach on Cloud9, Max Waldo had a journey in esports that's quite unlike the rest. At first, he was just a kid that j
[Worlds 2020] A conversation with Max Waldo on the state of the draft & Finals draft predictions
Having the right tools is quintessential for any line of work. When it's applied to competitive League of Legends, having the right tools means drafting the right champions that are not only strong, b