Who will become the NALCS MVP?

Since its inception in the spring of 2014, the award has been given out eight times. Team SoloMid's mid laner, the aforementioned Soren "Bjergsen" Bjerg, was the first recipient and has won it four times, making him the only player in the league's history to win it more than once. Outside of Bjergsen, the other four winners have either moved on to an entirely different league (Lee "Rush" Yoon-jae is a substitute jungler for KT Rolster in South Korea), are part of a team below .500 in the NA LCS (Noh "Arrow" Dong-hyeon on Optic and Kim "Reignover" Yeu-jin on Counter Logic Gaming) or, in the case of 2014 summer winner Yu "XiaoWeiXiao" Xian, essentially kicked out of the league following an elo-boosting scandal. Using past trends and knowing that there is statistically a 50/50 chance Bjergsen is going to win it, I'm going to do my best to narrow ...


Patch 8.4 Champion Tier List

We know it’s hard to climb the rank ladder and every insight is relevant. The champions featured below at the ones that are more adapted to the current meta.   S Tier   TOP CamilleSion Singed   JUNGLER Zac Kha’Zix Skarner Warwick   MID Katarina Fizz   ADC Xayah Twitch Tristana   SUPPORT Lulu Taric Janna   A Tier   TOP Riven Jayce GangplankKled FioraDariusAatrox Jax Teemo   JUNGLER Nidalee ShacoRengarRek’Sai Kayn Rammus Udyr Sejuani Nunu MID Ryze LeBlanc Orianna Anivia Zed Cassiopeia Talyah Twisted Fate Syndra Zilean Ekko   ADC Draven Vayne Ezreal Varus Jinx   SUPPORT Thresh Bard Rakan Sion Nami Braum Alistar Blitzcrank Brand


H2K back from the ashes, as Vitality go 0-2 in EULCS Week 5

Unicorns of Love 1 - Giants Gaming 0 Unicorns of Love pulled off a strong upset over Giants Gaming to kick off Saturday's slate of games in the 2018 European League Championship Series Spring Split. Coming into the game, it seemed almost inevitable that Giants Gaming (5-5) would win, simply given both team's game records and respective performances. With Unicorns of Love (2-8) sitting at the bottom of the standings without any close games in recent weeks, all GIA had to do was play calm and collected to secure a victory. Starting off strong, Unicorns was able to react to an invade by setting up one of its own, resulting in three quick kills and double buffs to AD carry Samuel "Samux" Fernández Fort on Ezreal. Despite being known for a poor early game, the team had no trouble eliminating this historic speed bump. Once ahead, the team showed signs ...


Echo Fox goes 2-0 and C9 won over TSM in NALCS Week 5

Team Liquid 1 - Counter Logic Gaming 0 Team Liquid started off Week 5 of the North American League of Legends Championship Series Spring Split with a victory over Counter Logic Gaming on Saturday in Los Angeles. The first half of the game was a tedious battle for vision control that lacked in actual teamfighting. Team Liquid (6-3) did a great job of tracking Counter Logic Gaming's jungler Kim "Reignover" Yeu-jin's Zac, allowing its lanes to have plenty of notice of when he was in striking distance. However, Reignover couldn't be kept in check and finally found an opening, engaging in a teamfight near the 26-minute mark in which CLG (3-6) picked up the latest first blood in the NA LCS this split. After the first teamfight, Reignover made great use of the Fog of War to easily set up more teamfights with long range Elastic Slingshots. A few teamfight ...


C9 and Echo Fox continue to pursue glory at NA LCS

Cloud9 1 - FlyQuest 0 Cloud9 weathered an early storm from FlyQuest to push its win streak to five games on Sunday in Los Angeles during Week 4, Day 2 of the North American League of Legends Championship Series. FlyQuest (3-5) came into the game looking to prove that it's better than its record, and for a large portion of the game, it played like it. On the back of some nice macro play by both top laner Lee "Flame" Ho-jong's Gangplank and mid laner Song "Fly" Yong-jun, FlyQuest was securing picks and neutral objectives with relative ease to take a lead into the mid game. Even with the lead in hand, however, it never seemed like FlyQuest was in full control of the game. There was a presence hanging over the game in the form of Cloud9 mid laner Nicolaj "Jensen" Jensen's Azir. Cloud9 (7-1) allowed FlyQuest to take ...

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