The first episode of the LPL’s make break Documentary series went live on LPL’s UK YouTube channel today after launching on Twitch last week. EDward Gaming will follow in 2021 League of Legends Campaign this year, from the preseason to the grand finale of Summer Split.
The video gives an insight into the team’s progress over the year, particularly how newbies Park “Viper” Do-hyeon and Li “Flandre” Xuan-Jun have adapted to this new environment.
After the disappointing end of the team in the spring, The documentary explores the internal changes that fueled the team’s incredible summer split run. From the sudden pressure Flandre felt for the top-side focus of the team, to Zhao “JieJie” Li-Jie’s bench press and later reintegration into the starting line-up, the documentary sums up the LPL’s intense competitive nature.
The documentary ends by winning the sixth national championship and winning the Silver Dragon Cup, the first time EDG won the LPL since 2017. Although the documentary shows the team’s performance in the regular season and the tremendous struggle on the way to their championship, it does not show the team’s appearance at the 2021 World Cup.
EDG won the 2021 World Championship and was the third LPL team to create the Summoner’s Cup. Fans can see their run documented in the future, considering that make break The series is scheduled to run during the offseason.
The YouTube debut gave a second wind to the documentary, which, according to statistics website, had just over 400 views on Twitch and an additional 1,239 live viewers at its peak SullyGnome– Far fewer than the 7,563 views of the YouTube video at the time of writing.
make break brings a new episode to Twitch every Saturday that will be available on YouTube the following week. However, the LPL started the episode of FunPlus Phoenix on Twitch today the VOD is not available at the time of writing. This means fans may have to wait for the video to become available on YouTube in order to catch up with FPX’s run.