The German scene in League of Legends is booming in 2022, and now a second-division Prime League match has reached about 70,000 concurrent viewers on Twitch. That’s because the biggest German Twitch streamer on League of Legends, NoWay4U, faced Eintracht Frankfurt with his LoL team “NNO” in a playoff match.
How come you’re a retiree so early in LoL? The fan account of “No Need Orga” (NNO) calls the team itself a “Renter Team”. Because NNO consists of some of the biggest German Twitch streamers on LoL, some of whom have already passed 30.
In LoL, people joke that anyone over 25 is actually already of “retirement age,” because hardly any pros in League of Legends play much longer than until 25. That’s the age at which many retire:
- the reflexes weaken
- the load of the same training becomes heavier with the years and it is difficult to motivate oneself
- the hungry youth pushes after, which is often mechanically excellent
- besides, the compulsory military service is waiting for South Korean professionals and they can’t avoid it endlessly – unless your name is Faker
Frederik “NoWay” Hinteregger (30) is the second biggest German Twitch streamer and plays LoL competitively and with success….
5 of the biggest German Twitch streamers on LoL play together in a team
Who plays in the team? In No Need Orga play 5 Germans who all have a Twitch channel, these are so with the largest LoL streamers in Germany, if you use the viewed viewer hours of the last 7 days as a benchmark with:
- Frederik “NoWay” Hinteregger (30) in Midlane – that’s the second biggest German Twitch streamer ever. He is now significantly larger than MontanaBlack, for example.
- Niklot “Tolkin” Stüber in the Toplane (24) – he is the third largest German streamer on League of LEgends.
- Muhammed “Agurin” Kocat (26) in Jungle – the fifth biggest German LoL streamer.
- Daniel “Broeki” Broekmann (31) as Botlaner – the eighth biggest German LoL streamer, right after Trymacs, who drops into LoL from time to time
- Lukas “Karni” Steiniger as Supporter – he’s a bit behind, but still in the top 20
The extremely popular team from EintrachtSpandau triggered a LoL boom in Germany:
Playoff game against Eintracht Frankfurt becomes an event
What kind of match was that? On August 18, Team NNO faced Eintracht Frankfurt in the playoffs.
The series went over 5 matches and was a highlight of the LoL year for many.
NoWay4u was also apparently completely blown away at the end after a 3-2 win. All he wrote on Twitter was, “I love this team so much.”
NoWay4u: How did he become the biggest German LoL streamer on Twitch?
So many were watching: Just under 45,000 people watched via the official Prime League channel. But many also watched the match on Jona “JustJohnny” Schmitt’s channel. Maxim, a legendary caster in LoL, was his guest.
Both channels together reached a peak of over 70,000 simultaneous viewers on Twitch (via reddit).
JustJohnny and Maxim had so much fun in their stream that they even made it to reddit with “champion imitations,” where the English-speaking community was baffled to learn that Germans do have a sense of humor after all.
“JustJohnny” is the second biggest German LoL streamer by the way, he was statistically between NoWay4USir and his teammate Tolkin in the last days.
Grand final on August 23
What’s next? In the final of Division 2 of the Primee League, NNO will face Hertha BSC. The match will take place on August 23.
Streamer JustJohnny has already announced that he will have Maxim and HandofBlood with him.
This could be quite a spectacle.
Toxic fans are also a problem in German LoL
Is there also a Wehrmuts drop? Caster Johnny addressed the fans in an appeal almost two weeks ago: German viewers should be less toxic, especially in Twitch chat, and not immediately type every hateful thought out into the world.
That seems to be a problem that LoL won’t let go of, no matter who is playing.
In an article on MeinMMO, we looked at why LoL suddenly has regional leagues, like the “Prime League” in Germany, gaining so much popularity and importance in 2022:
LoL popularity explodes in 2022 after a change in Europe
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