League Of Legends

2017 NA LCS Spring Split Power Rankings

There are a lot of promising players in the NA LCS this year. Most of the team rosters seem promising and a case can be made for them doing well. Here are our power rankings heading into the 2017 NA LCS Spring Split. 10. Team EnVyUs NV has retained its core of Seraph and Ninja. There's no doubt both of

2017 LPL Spring Split Power Rankings

It's 2017 and the LPL is almost here. Last year we saw a lot of Korean imports leave their teams and move to other regions or return home to Korea. That will definitely bring shifts in power amongst the LPL squads. Here are our power rankings heading into the Spring Split of the LPL. Group A Tier A: Royal Never

2017 EU LCS Spring Split Power Rankings

With the EU LCS Spring Split on the horizon, it's time to take a look at all the teams participating. Because of the format changes, we'll break it down group by group. Without further ado, here are my power rankings for the EU LCS Spring Split! Group A Tier A: G2 Esports A very easy and obvious choice here. G2

Weldon: The reason TSM worked for me was because Reginald is an amazing person and we had a partnership.

Weldon Green’s journey with TSM was an exciting one. Under his guidance, North America’s number one team had the most dominant Summer Split in NA LCS history. But their triumph did not last long, and Worlds was yet another big obstacle that TSM could not overcome. BreakTheGame’s Natsu talked to Weldon about his time on TSM, his views on coaching

The biggest headlines heading into the 2017 NA LCS Season

The North American LCS has shaken up its rosters once more, and 2017 is looking promising for the entire league. With so many imports joining teams all across the board, things can go wrong fast if they can't fit well enough on their respective squads or if the teams themselves just don't synergize. With that being said, the question now

The biggest headlines heading into the 2017 EU LCS Season

Next year is looking very promising for the EU LCS. Compared to 2016 it feels like the region will have quite a lot of strong teams. With G2's rise as the premier team within the league, it's exciting to see Fnatic and a lot of other teams re-building their rosters in order to challenge the current champions of Europe. It

The biggest headlines heading into the 2017 LPL Season

China has always been the most distant and mysterious region within the League scene. If you're a western fan, then chances are you don't get too hyped for the LPL. But that's what makes it an exciting league as long as you are willing to give it a chance. And looking at 2017, the LPL has some really interesting stories

Natsu’s 2016 EU LCS End of the Year Awards

Note: the following article reflects the writer's personal opinions, not those of Break the Game's staff, therefore it should not be taken as factual. The rise of G2 Esports as the kings of Europe was brought upon by Fnatic's fall. No king rules forever and it was no surprise a new dynasty was created in 2016. While Fnatic's road to

Natsu’s 2016 LPL End of the Year Awards

Note: the following article reflects the writer's personal opinions, not those of Break the Game's staff, therefore it should not be taken as factual. Upsets, drama and a desire to be the best and show your worth. That's what defined the 2016 LPL Season. But after such a crazy year China is back where they were last year, losing to

Natsu’s 2016 NA LCS End of the Year Awards

Note: the following article reflects the writer's personal opinions, not those of Break the Game's staff, therefore it should not be taken as factual. The 2016 NA LCS Season has been nothing short of amazing. It was filled with great matches, awesome storylines and rivalries being put in the spotlight. It's only fair to look back on the entire year