Dominican is the newcomer of the year in the League of Legends

Dominican Juan ‘Dmitry’ Hernandez, winner of the Rookie of the Year award in the Latin American League of Legends (LLA), has vowed not to have the confidence to win a video game.

‘The Dominicans have no confidence in themselves to succeed as professionals in the League of Legends. The majority, and it is fair, because we live in a country where poverty and opportunities are low. They do not want to risk their future and want to study, ‘he told EF on Saturday.

The 19-year-old Forest believes that another factor reducing the Dominicans’ attendance at the LLA, the most competitive LLA in the League of Legends region, is a lack of parental understanding.

“Many players who wanted to be very good and professional stopped playing League of Legends because their parents didn’t approve and they didn’t see it as a real job,” he lamented.

In his case, Dmitry talked to his parents and explained that a good LLA player could win between $ 40,000 and $ 50,000 per match and that the number would grow to $ 400,000 if he signed for an American team.

“From the moment I told them about it, they stopped looking at it as a sport and looked at it as a game like basketball, baseball or football,” he recalled.

LTE’s last XTEN sports player in 2021 described the Dominican League of Legends ‘gamer’ with ‘disrespect and a lot of ego’.

Hernandez admitted that the riot games that created the League of Legends had left them without a second division like Mexico or Argentina and forgotten the Dominican Republic.

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Had the Dominican Republic had a league from the start it would have been one of the key countries exporting talent to the LLA. Retired players do not have a way to survive in the game, ‘he said.

Riot games have promoted the Tempest League since this year, with the second category being Central American and Caribbean nations.

“You’ll see a lot of players with Tempest. It’s still a very low level league compared to the others because it’s new and the others are three years old, but there’s a lot of talent behind it,” he celebrated.

Dmitry had to leave XTEN in his plans in 2022, in which he was not comfortable, and signed up for a high-quality group in the LLA or emigrated to the United States with the second group.

If I stay in the LLA, my goal is to be a two-time champion and the best Latin player. I want to go to a World Cup and represent the region, ‘he concluded.

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