Doublelift claims Riot Games, LCS blocked Bjergsen from playing MrBeast event

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Former pro gamer and current streamer Peter “Doublelift” Peng said live that Riot Games and the League of Legends Championship Series had “blocked” Team Liquid mid laner Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg from participating in the LoL Ultimate Crown match of MrBeast.

The event was a best-of-three match hosted by MrBeast and Ninja in a $150,000 charity competition that saw the two creators create their own teams with the former LCS player each and other streamers like Ludwig.

At MrBeast’s event, Doublelift played on Ninja’s team, and on his post-event stream, the former LCS champions were asked if he had any comments on the rumored Bjergsen being barred. to play in the match by Riot Games.

“Don’t even get me started on that,” Double lift said. “This is one of the dumbest things I’ve ever heard and this rumor is basically confirmed.”

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He went on to say that he had heard from several people that the Danish LCS veteran was not allowed to participate in the charity match and that Bjergsen was supposed to play with MrBeast.

Doublelift expressed frustration with the decision, discussing how Bjergsen’s presence at the event could have helped the LCS’s declining viewership.

The content creator was also told not to talk about the topic by someone in the background, but he went on to say that people need to know.

The LCS was on a one-week hiatus as the MrBeast event took place in July, so mid laner Team Liquid could theoretically have entered the event.

LCS caster Clayton “CaptainFlowers” Raines also commented on the Las Vegas event.

The event ended with a sweep from MrBeast’s side on the team of Doublelift and Ninja as nearly 100,000 concurrent viewers watch the series and $200,000 was donated to charity.

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