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September

It's time for Team SoloMid to make waves at Worlds

Last weekend in Boston, Team SoloMid proved it's the best team in North America. Now it's time to prove it on the world stage. Riot Games For the third straight season and sixth time out of 10 North American League Championship Series seasons, Team SoloMid, the kingpin of the region, won the domestic league title. TSM dispatched Immortals by a scoreline of 3-1, winning the last two games of the series in comeback fashion. Once down over 10,000 gold in the fourth game of the best-of-five series and one lost member away from going to a climactic Game 5, TSM stopped the bleeding, reversed the momentum and eventually captured the NA LCS championship in front of a packed TD Garden in Boston under chants of "T-S-M!," willing the team to victory. TSM has made it to all seven world championships, and the same starting five will be returning from last year's ...

04
September

NRG signs 17-year-old Overwatch pro sinatraa for $150K

  Jay “sinatraa” Won, left, signed with NRG Esports on a $150,000 contract Sunday. The 17-year-old will compete for NRG in the upcoming inaugural season of the Overwatch League. Robert Paul/Provided by Blizzard North American Overwatch star Jay "sinatraa" Won has signed a $150,000 per year contract with NRG Esports and joined NRG's Overwatch League roster, sources close to both parties told ESPN. The 17-year-old's salary is $100,000 per year above the league minimum, with revenue sharing options available, sources said. He is entitled, alongside his future teammates, to 50 percent of team bonuses earned by the team, per Overwatch League rules. The high salary comes after a dispute between NRG Esports and Cloud9, who both attempted to complete agreements with the player, sources said. Through a competitive bidding war that raised the salary by nearly $50,000, sinatraa and his mother -- who is required to sign the agreement due to ...

04
September

G2 Esports win fourth consecutive EU LCS title against Misfits

  G2 Esports prepare to lift the trophy at the European League Championship Series summer finals. Provided by Riot Games The 2017 European League Championship Series summer split came to an end Sunday afternoon with G2 Esports, longtime kings of Europe, writing their names in the history books by smashing Misfits in a 3-0 victory during the EU LCS finals. With the win, G2 have earned themselves a fourth consecutive LCS title in the process. While the series might have been a historic one, that didn't make it a terribly exciting one. You could be forgiven for thinking that only a single team took to the stage today, because whatever fire allowed Misfits to take down Fnatic in the semifinals had long since died by the time they faced G2 Esports. Misfits struggled from awkward drafts and questionable early/mid game decisions that simply put them in too deep a hole against ...

28
August

Team SoloMid reaches finals after win over Team Dignitas in NA LCS

  Team SoloMid is on to yet another North American League of Legends Championship Series grand final following its 3-1 victory against Team Dignitas on Sunday in Los Angeles. Provided by Riot Games   Team SoloMid secured its spot in the North American League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split final on Sunday when it took down Team Dignitas 3-1 during the Summer Split semifinals in Los Angeles. Although Team SoloMid looked fantastic, its opponent, Team Dignitas, seemed to have regressed from the historic high of upsetting Cloud9 last weekend. That series was characterized by some of the most bold and aggressive play we've seen this summer by Dignitas. Unfortunately, Team Dignitas traded in the boldness that got it this far for an unfortunate slice of timidity over the intervening week, as it seemed to all but turn its back on the strategies that managed to get the team to this ...

28
August

Longzhu destroy SKT in LCK finals

    Longzhu Gaming poses after a game at League Champions Korea. by Yong Woo "kenzi" Kim   Longzhu Gaming once again did the unthinkable, destroying SKT T1 in a 3-1 series win to claim first place in the League of Legends Champions Korea Summer Split on Saturday in Seoul, South Korea. Few, if any, picked Longzhu to come away with a win. Many even expected the renowned SKT to easily handle Longzhu in a 3-0 clean sweep. But the fact is that Longzhu walked into this series as the No. 1 seed and certainly played like it, beating SKT in a way that we have never seen in an LCK final. Not only has SKT never lost in the four previous LCK final series that it appeared in, but it only lost a single round across those four series. For SKT to have gotten taken down in the fashion ...

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