What an interesting week it has been. Fnatic came back resurgent late in the week, hyping themselves up before the game and then executing on the Rift flawlessly against Gambit. Supa Hot Crew shredded Roccat very convincingly to push Roccat back into a tie with Gambit for first place. SK…
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Another week and more seemingly easy to pick games have been turned on their heads. With more and more upsets in the EU LCS, the number of things we are certain about grows scarcer
The turbulence of week 3 has carried into week 4. Alliance took down Fnatic, Supa Hot crew took down Gambit, and Roccat joined in the Fnatic bashing–downing them to take joint first place with Fnatic and Gambit with 7 wins 3 losses apiece.
If you only watched one of the first three weeks of the European LCS, week three was definitely the one to see. Where do we start?
eek two has seen Fnatic continue their unbeaten run, but I don’t think that really surprises anyone. Week two wasn’t even their week; the talk of the town has been Alliance. After a shocker of a first week, four straight losses, Alliance have regrouped and put two straight wins on…
nconsistency seems to be the best word to describe the North American LCS last week.Every team had at least one dominating performance and one game they wish they could take back. However, there are no mulligans in League of Legends, and the standings for the first week are set. TSM…
If you thought Fnatic was going to drop the ball like they did in the Battle of the Atlantic, week one would have been a great disappointment for you. But if you’re a Fnatic true believer, week one could not have gone any better.
The North American League Championship Series is back in 2014 with a few new faces including some foreigners.
To satisfy a growing demand of international tournaments caused by the fragmentation of scenes as a result of the LCS, Riot Games has announced a transatlantic clash between the North American and European regions. As the major components of the western League of Legends scene and also long time rivals, both scenes will be determined to prove themselves as the superior region.
Week 3 of the OGN Champions Winter was definitely one to be remembered. With the group stages close to ending, SK Telecom T1 K tore through their competition and advanced to the quarter finals with an untarnished 6-0 streak, making them the first team in OGN history to advance with a perfect record.
For those who weren’t satisfied with the numerous challenger leagues on display during the preseason or weren’t content with watching The Champions, LPL or GPL, the Intel Extreme Masters returns with two days of LCS-quality action.
Just one year ago Blaze and Frost were the emperors of Korea. Frost, under MiG and Azubu, had reached every single OGN Champions final and proved themselves as one of the best teams in the world with a second place finish at the Season 2 World Championships.