Immortals talent Mo "Revenge" Kaddoura believes he has come a long way as a top laner in the League of Legends LCS this year.
In the LCS Spring, meanwhile, Immortals are 8/13 to beat TSM, who can be backed at 6/5 to prevail.
Top laner "Revenge" was speaking after his side recorded their first win of the 2022 LCS Spring.
He has attributed the improvements in his game partly to Jeong "Impact" Eon-young of Evil Geniuses and Barney "Alphari" Morris of Team Vitality.
Defeats to Dignitas and Team Liquid meant they finished week one of the tournament with a 0-2 record but they responded in their opening match of week two, overcoming 100 Thieves, who are among the division's pacesetters.
They were then beaten by Cloud9, meaning they are 1-3 after two weeks, but they at least have a breakthrough win under their belt.
And as far as his own gameplay goes, "Revenge" believes he is now more experienced and thinks that one-on-one battles with established top laners such as "Impact" and "Alphari" have helped him develop as a player.
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Speaking to Inven Global, "Revenge" said: "Last year things came down to a lack of experience - I didn't know how some matchups should go, especially ones that had historically been around for a while.
"Now I'm able to tell my team exactly how things can go.
"I give a lot of thanks to 'Alphari' and 'Impact' for that because last year they were both my primary 1v1 partners. 'Impact' is still that for me this year and I have a really good relationship outside the game with both players."