From one great ADC to another, it was an emotional moment for everyone involved.

Lee "Prince" Chae-hwan and Yiliang "Doublelift" Peng shared an emotional moment following their LCS week three day two game. The game was extremely hyped up given the performance of both players over the course of the LCS spring split. Although this may have been just another test for Doubelift, for Prince, it was much more than that.

In an interview with Korizon Esports's Ashley Kang, Prince highlighted the LCS veteran as the player he was looking out for. Back in the early days of League of Legends, the young Korean star started out as a top laner, but after watching Doublelift play, he decided to make the jump to ADC. "Doublelift was the player all the bot laners in the world looked up (to) back then."

Therefore, to not only meet one of the players he looked up to, but to swap jerseys with them is a moment any player would dream of. 100 Thieves posted on their Twitter account the moment Prince had been waiting for, getting to swap jerseys with Doublelift.

FlyQuest's President and Chief Gaming Officer Christopher "PapaSmithy" Smith responded to the tweet, stating Prince was 'overwhelmed' knowing he was going to be swapping jerseys with arguably the greatest player in LCS history.

FLY Prince stars in yet another LCS game

FlyQuest seems to be getting better every time they step foot on Summoners Rift. The newly formed LCS superteam, headlined by Prince, is undefeated thus far. FlyQuest sits alone at the top of the standings with a 6-0 record.

It hasn't been solely Prince dragging his team across the finishing line either. Every player at some point during this split has had teir moment to shine. FLY has answered every test that has been thrown at them, dispatching all of the teams that were considered their rivals with ease.

Moving into what is considered an "easier" schedule for the league leaders, this is FLY's chance to extend their lead on the chasing pack.

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