LEC caster Caedrel shared his Worlds 2022 tier list on his stream. He also talked about the fans who watch the tournament with a bias.

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Caedrel Talks About Fans’ Mentality Heading Into Worlds 2022

Sadakshi Kalyan Ramun
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LEC caster Caedrel shared his Worlds 2022 tier list on his stream.
He also talked about the fans who watch the tournament with a bias.

The League of Legends World Championship or Worlds 2022 is one of the most exciting tournaments to watch as the top teams from each region across the world battle it out to become the champion. The international tournament allows fans to watch their favorite teams bring their A-game to the stage and also reflect on the teams’ strengths and weaknesses. Most League of Legends pros and personalities have been sharing their tier lists for Worlds 2022 and League of Legends European Championship caster Marc “Caedrel” Lamont also shared his during a livestream.


Caedrel’s Worlds 2022 tier list

A total of 24 teams from across the globe will participate in Worlds 2022. Here’s how Caedrel ranked the teams in his tier list in his recent Twitch stream:

S+ tier

  • JD Gaming (JDG)

  • Top Esports (TES)

  • Gen.G (GEN)

S tier

  • T1

  • Royal Never Give Up (RNG)

  • EDward Gaming (EDG)

A tier

  • Damwon Kia (DK)

  • G2 Esports (G2)

B tier

  • Rogue (RGE)

  • GAM Esports (GAM)

  • Cloud9 (C9)

  • DRX

  • Fnatic (FNC)

C tier

  • MAD Lions (MAD)

  • 100 Thieves (100T)

  • Evil Geniuses (EG)

  • CTBC Flying Oyster (CFO)

  • Chiefs Esports Club (CHF)


Notably, the streamer cum caster stated that he had three hot takes heading into Worlds 2022. They are as follows:

  • Damwon Kia making it to the top 4 at Worlds 2022

  • Cloud9 making it out of Groups

  • RNG winning Worlds 2022


Caedrel comments about League of Legends fans

The caster commented on the way uninformed fans watch the tournament. He said that most of them do not follow other leagues except for a handful of fans. Caedrel stated that the hardcore fans who watch the League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) and League of Legends Pro League (LPL) have relatively valid opinions about teams, players, and standings since they watch the leagues and follow them the whole season. “Some of the opinions are actually decent because they’ve watched the regions.

Caedrel went on a rant about the fans who do not watch the region but come into the tournament with a bias. “Oh Worlds? T1 is there. Let’s go T1. Every single one of them is the best player in the entire world,” he mimicked the T1 fans.

He then stated that this reaction holds true for fans of every region. Caedrel addressed the biases surrounding teams like G2 Esports, Damwon Kia, and even individual players like Rasmus "caPs" Borregaard Winther.


Only time will tell how accurate Caedrel’s Worlds 2022 tier list is. League of Legends Worlds 2022 is kicking off on 29th September with the opening stage of Play-ins. Head on to Worlds 2022 Play-in: Teams, Groups, Schedule & More to keep up with the updates.



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Sadakshi is the newest addition to AFK Gaming. As a passionate gamer and an ardent League of Legends fan, she brings her journalism experience to the esports scenes of LoL and Valorant


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