The jungler Liu Shiyu (match ID: Mlxg), who played for the famous Chinese League of Legends team RNG before retiring, was ridiculed by a South Korean player during his live broadcast. Mlxg also immediately used “Your mother is dead” and other Chinese characteristics. Many humiliating words pulled out. However, when the Korean player typed “Free Hong Kong” in the chat box, Mlxg panicked and hurriedly blocked the dialog box and forced the game to close.
Mlxg, the former jungler of the RNG team, has often started live interaction with fans since he retired. He was taunted by a South Korean player in the late night game on 28/7, “Go away, the ugly Chinese.” Mlxg immediately replied with words such as “Your mother is dead”, “I am your father” and so on, and ended the game in mutual scolding.
In the next game, Mlxg met a South Korean player who mocked him. Unexpectedly, the player directly typed “Free Hong Kong” in the dialog box, making Mlxg instantly at a loss. In addition to hurriedly removing the dialog box from the live broadcast screen, he also forced the game to close immediately.
At first, Mlxg and the South Korean player scolded each other back and forth in the game. Unexpectedly, the South Korean player just said “Free Hong Kong” to make Mlxg panicked in the game, and instantly in a second, he turning off the game (seems to be afraid of being “concerned by the party.”) A word from the player made Mlxg silent for an instant, which caused a heated discussion in the League of Legends community.