Riven one-tricks joining the League of Legends Championship Series may be an going trend as popular streamer and high-elo Riven one-trick Moe "Revenge" Kaddoura announced his interest in pursuing opportunities to play professionally.
Near the end of 2017, Revenge made a post explaining that despite receiving plenty of offers and encouragement, he would not be joining the competitive League of Legends scene any time soon, as his focus was attend med school and become a doctor.
Anybody's who's ever seen Revenge play Riven knows that he's a walking highlight reel. With his current level of mechanical skill and game knowledge he could easily find a spot on an academy team in need of a good top laner, and a future in LCS wouldn't be out of the question.
Despite some comments from skeptical Redditors, the responses to his decision have been overwhelmingly positive. He even received some endorsements from current LCS pros on Twitter.
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With fellow Riven players Omran "V1per" Shoura and Sergen "Broken Blade" Çelik currently competing in the LCS, top lane in pro play could soon become a competition to decide the best Riven in NA.