At the end of the day, when you tune into a Twitch stream to watch League of Legends, you're ultimately there for entertainment. You'll root for your favorite team or player, sure, but who are you kidding; once something great happens, you'll be the first to plop a Kappa in the chat. Entertainment can go both ways. A viewer can be entertained from something positive or something completely negatively, just as long as the negative factor doesn't influence them directly.
According to Matt Hempstead of Shot Callers eSports, Huhi is a perfect example of that. "This one goes both ways for Huhi. When he's on point he can pull off some crazy plays. His ability to 1v9 on Aurelion Sol truly a spectacle; especially when he pulls off ganks at level 1. I don't consider Huhi an A Sol one trick but his consistency is definitely questionable," said Hempstead. "He often gets overly aggressive and dies in a 1v3 assassination attempt or gets ganked while going for a solo kill."
Even through all of this, Huhi remains one of Hempstead's favorites to watch. "Regardless, Huhi is rarely boring to watch. he often gets a lot of flack and sometimes it's warranted but I enjoy watching his willingness to make plays. Does it crash and burn from time to time? It sure does. But that's the beauty of Huhi and that's what makes him the most entertaining player to watch in my opinion."
Huhi finished the 2017 NA LCS Spring Split with a 2.8 KDA to go along with 187 kills, 150 deaths and 238 assists.
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