Prince’s Prodigy ADC Play Comes to an Abrupt End After FlyQuest’s Poor LCS 2023 Performance
As one of the rising stars of the professional League of Legends scene, Prince’s prodigy ADC play was coming to a disappointing end. After weeks of speculation and anticipation of what kind of player Prince could become, FlyQuest’s LCS 2023 performance showed a slow and steady decline over the course of the season, leaving a sour taste in fans’ mouths and forcing the team to rethink their plans.
FlyQuest had a difficult time transitioning from their successful past to the new meta of season 3 of the 2021 LCS, leaving them with a squad that lacked the necessary firepower to compete at the top level. Prince, a 20-year-old ADC from Turkey, had been one of the biggest contributors to the team, showing his potential for greatness. His mechanical skill set and game understanding made him one of the most promising ADCs in the scene.
Unfortunately, he was unable to showcase his abilities during the season, as FlyQuest’s struggles prevented him from being able to put up the kind of numbers he was capable of. Despite showcasing incredible flashes, he was unable to make up for the lack of team cohesion and FlyQuest fell short of expectations.
With his lackluster performance in the LCS, it is uncertain what the future holds for Prince. After such a strong start to his career, it is a shame that his prodigy ADC play was unable to shine. While there is still the possibility of him returning to the competitive scene in the future, his career as a professional player may now be coming to an abrupt end.