The last Super Week of EU LCS Spring Split has come and gone with some surprises as Alliance loses out on its previous top spot to SK who took the leaderboard by storm.
Controversy! Gambit Gaming has fallen to second place after their absolute stomp of SK Gaming was ruled null and void, and they went on to lose their next two games against Supa Hot Crew and the SK rematch.
Week 10 began with Millenium losing to Copenhagen Wolves even with the addition of new Jungler Kottenx. Millenium’s previous Jungler this split, Aranae, announced his decision to leave the team last Monday. The game started with Copenhagen Wolves targeting mid bans as they gave Heimerdinger his first ban since the…
Not long to go now! The table sits relatively undisturbed as we go into the closing matches of the EU LCS, and everything sits on a knife-edge.
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…
Roccat started their last game of Week 6 against SK Gaming with a four game winning streak. Bans saw targeted champions on both teams being embargoed , with Annie taken away from Fredy122 and Caitlyn banned to remove the threat of Celaver. Kayle was instantaneously first picked for Overpow, whereas…
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
Week 5 of EU LCS began with SK joining the roster of teams to have finally taken down the previously strong-looking Fnatic.
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…
Decision making proved critical as new-look Curse blew open a close contest and never looked back.