Doublelift Reportedly Playing For 100 Thieves In LCS 2023

published, 2022-11-19t23:28:04

Updates, 2022-11-19t23:32:12

Doublelift’s return to pro play has been long awaited by fans of the all-time NA great. While this has yet to be fully established, reports have indicated that Doublelift will be coming out of retirement to play for 100 Thieves.

It’s been a busy day for 100 Thieves. With reports that they would grab jungler Cain ‘Closer’ Celik and acquire mid laner Soren ‘Bjergsen’ Bjarg going in 2023, they were already building their roster on a strong foundation.

With many LCS teams pulling out all the stops and being reported to have rosters stacked with veteran talent, 100 Thieves has certainly followed suit.

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In a surprising twist, with Marin coming out of retirement to coach TL, reports have indicated that Yiliang ‘DoubleLift’ Peng, one of the best performing ADCs in LCS history, is making his return to pro play.

DoubleLift Could Return To Pro Play In 2023

Even after retiring after playing for TSM in the 2020 Summer Split, doublelift still has nearly 10 years of experience in pro play. He is a veteran of the Giants, and a player who remains relevant at a high level of play despite his absence from the big stage.

He’s been on par with, if not better than, most ADCs grinding in Champions Cue during their active hours, and he’s consistently shown that he’s still a strong player.

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If LEC Vulu reports If successful, DoubleLift will have a chance to prove that it still has what it takes to compete and take down every other ADC in the field.

Their return is set to coincide with 100 Thieves, putting Bjergsen and Doublelift together as the players who defined TSM’s LCS glory days.

Whether the 29-year-old ADC can replicate the success he achieved back in the day remains to be seen.

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