League Of Legends

2017 NA LCS Summer Split: Week 6 Round-Up

After their impressive Rift Rivals performance, the North American teams have returned to their homeland. The question is, were able to maintain their performance? And which other teams will fall or rise as the regular season draws to a close? Here are the takeaways from Week 6 of the NALCS! Team SoloMid had some struggles against…Team Liquid TSM having struggles

2017 EU LCS Summer Split: Week 6 Round-Up

There’s no doubt in people’s minds that Rift Rivals was a huge disappointment for Europe as a region. Both Fnatic and G2 Esports got demolished while Unicorns of Love made it to the finals but got swept convincingly by Team SoloMid. But how did EU’s Rift Rivals performance affect the league as whole? Here are the takeaways from Week 6.

Deftly: “I do not want to be the player that was carried into LCS by two imports.”

After a disappointing performance in the Promotion Tournament and failing to qualify for the LCS, eUnited acquired Korean stars DanDy and GBM. With their two new players, they have so far dominated the Summer Split of the NA Challenger Series. BreakTheGame’s Natsu talked to the team’s AD Carry Matthew “Deftly“ Chen about eUnited’s dominating record, his partnership with Zeyzal and

LCS Week 5 Round-Up and Rift Rivals Predictions

Rift Rivals is almost upon us and with that in mind it’s time to take a look at how Week 5 played out for NA and EU. Both regions look like they are on equal footing at the moment. Is that really the case though? Here are the takeaway from last week’s LCS play and some Rift Rivals expectations! Group

2017 EU LCS Summer Split: Week 4 Round-Up

After Week 4 the EU LCS Summer Split, it’s clear that Fnatic is the best team Europe has to offer at the moment. Whether or not that will change remains to be seen. As of right now Europe seems slightly better than North America as a whole which is promising considering Rift Rivals is close. Here are the takeaways from

2017 NA LCS Summer Split: Week 4 Round-Up

After a grueling Week 4 which put them against two of the strongest teams in the league, Immortals stands on top of the NA LCS ranking. That being said there’s four other teams that are right on their heels. Here are the takeaways from last week’s NA LCS matches. Xmithie is having a breakout split After being repeatedly criticized and

2017 NA LCS Summer Split: Week 3 Round-Up

After Week 3 of the NA LCS we’re starting to get an idea of who the top teams are. Although there’s some that are close to breaching into the Top 4, it’s clear that every team has some issues that need to be addressed before we can have a definitive #1 team. Here are the takeaway from Week 3 of

2017 EU LCS Summer Split: Week 3 Round-Up

Week 3 of the EU LCS has fans worrying for the region’s performance at Rift Rivals. Initially it was looking like the European teams that are going looks better and way more convincing than the NA ones. That is not the case anymore with Europe’s top teams dropping some series to opponents that are considered weaker. With so much turbulence

2017 NA LCS Summer Split: Week 2 Round-Up

Surprises are never bad when it comes to competitive matches but the same can be said about predictability sometimes. A good mix of both however can bring us a lot of enjoyment out of watching competitive games and that’s exactly what Week 2 of the NA LCS gave us. Here are the takeaway from last week’s games! TSM reigns supreme

2017 EU LCS Summer Split: Week 2 Round-Up

Week 2 of the EU LCS Summer Split didn’t give us any huge surprises. Every team is in the same position they were in last week. At this point it would be a huge surprise if any of the bottom teams manage to climb up in the standings. Nevertheless here are the takeaways from last week’s EU LCS action. Fnatic