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    Yassuo Destroys Keyboard During $100k MK11 Tournament on Twitch

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    100 Thieves Clan streamer and League of Legends content creator Moe 'Yassuo' Abdalrhman was forced to panic-assemble his keyboard after breaking it in rage during a $100k Mortal Kombat 11 tournament.



    While many popular League of Legends streamers such as Doublelift and Sneaky have carved their way into Twitch stardom by reaching the heights of the LCS and LEC, many others such as Tyler1 have made a name for themselves by being exceptionally fun to watch.

    Yassuo is one of the biggest streamers in LoL. – Image credits: Riot

    This last category best describes Yassuo, a mid-lane challenger with over 2 million Twitch followers. Not only is Yassuo one of the most talented North American players on the server, he also streams some of the best LoL content available.

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    However, Yassuo's tendency towards competitiveness sometimes turns into tantrums. This latest incident, which took place during the Mortal Kombat segment of the AT&T Annihilator Cup, proved to be probably the most expensive yet.

    During the first match of a best-of-three series against Cloud9 streamer Emiru, the game could not have been better prepared. However, Emiru, playing Cetrion, managed to land the killing blow on Yassuo's Scorpion.

    At that point, Yassuo 'Hulk' broke the keyboard, sending the keys flying across the floor. Due to the accelerated transition between MK games, however, Yassuo had to put in some effort to fix his mistake.


    He spent most of the series trying to reconstruct the keyboard piece by piece, using advice from the chat to ensure he had the correct layout. Unfortunately, this distraction caused him to lose best of 3 to Emiru.

    He saw the funny side, though. "How did this happen? My keyboard didn't work well,” Yassuo joked with a confused onlooker who didn't notice the incident. “I need to send a message to the Corsair, it's really a defect. I need a refund, to be honest with you. ”



    The streamer also begged in their conversation not to laugh at him for missing the series so emphatically. “I didn't know what keys I was hitting,” he pleaded.

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