EULCS Spring Split – Week 1

Vitality 1 - Giants Gaming 0 Vitality kept its composure in a comeback victory over Giants Gaming to open Saturday's action in the European League of Legends Championship Series. Giants came out the gate with an explosive opening to take an early lead. Focusing on the mid lane, the team had a 5-to-0 lead in kills and three towers before 20 minutes, but Vitality proved that it's truly not how you start but how you finish. Even with Giants picking up the first Baron, Vitality simply bided its time until it could start to chip away at the lead through some key teamfight victories. Those teamfight victories came as part of Vitality's ultimate game plan that finally manifested itself into reality and started pushing Vitality towards the finish line. Mid laner Daniele "Jiizuké" di Mauro's Azir and AD carry Amadeu "Minitroupax" Carvalho's Caitlyn scaled incredibly well as the game progressed, ...


Season 7 Rewards: How to Get Them

    Victorious Graves Skin Art – Provided by Riot Games  With the current season ending 7th November, it’s time for you to get the rank you need to get the rewards you deserve. Check our website to get your rewards   RANKED REWARDS  Bronze: Profile Insignia               Summoner Icon  Silver: Profile Insignia             Summoner Icon             Loading Screen Border             Victorious Ward Skin*  Gold/Platinum/Diamond: Profile Insignia                                            Summoner Icon                                            Loading Screen Border                                            Victorious Ward Skin*                                            Victorious Graves Skin**   * Victorious Ward Skin – To get this reward, you have to be Silver V or higher in at least 2 out of the 3 ranked modes (Solo/Duo, Flex 5v5, Flex 3v3). **Victorious Graves Skin – For each ranked mode (Solo/Duo, Flex 5v5 and Flex 3v3) you get at least Gold V, an exclusive Victorious Graves Chroma will be added to your inventory.   HONOR REWARDS Reaching Honor ...


Team SoloMid missed its opportunity... again

  Team SoloMid reacts backstage to its elimination from the 2017 League of Legends World Championship. Provided by Riot Games   Although Team WE LED-lit banners decked the stadium (similar to the day before for Royal Never Give Up), more visible support existed for Team SoloMid than for any other western team. Fans held smaller signs in support of North America's flagship team, especially Søren "Bjergsen" Bjerg. When I asked a handful of girls why TSM was their team of choice, "Bjergsen is amazing" was a common response. In China, western pros who participated in international tournaments before the League of Legends Championship Series regions were established are more likely to have a following. This includes Yiliang "Doublelift" Peng, but more than that, TSM as a premier organization. In support of perhaps the single most senior organization in League of Legends, TSM chants are -- while sometimes ironic -- ubiquitous. "It's ...


The winners and losers of the Worlds quarterfinal draw

  The eight competitors in the League of Legends World Championship quarterfinals are set. Provided by Riot Games   The League of Legends World Championship leg in Wuhan, China, has come to an end. After three weeks of play, the field of 24 has been whittled down to the final eight. Of the five No.1 seeds from major regions who qualified for the tournament, only the South Korean representative Longzhu Gaming remains in contention for the Summoner's Cup. Four days of action. Four best-of-fives. Four clubs moving one match away from the ultimate goal: playing in the Summoner's Cup Finals. Here are the winners, losers, and narratives to keep your eye on as the stage shifts from the group stages in Wuhan to the start of the knockout rounds in Guangzhou. The games: (1) Longzhu Gaming vs. (2) Samsung Galaxy (1) SK Telecom T1 vs. (2) Misfits (1) Royal Never Give ...


SKT, Cloud9 round out Worlds quarterfinalists

  Cloud9, left, and SK Telecom T1 compete during pool play of the League of Legends World Championship on Sunday in Wuhan, China. SKT, the reigning world champion, finished first in its group, and Cloud9 claimed second despite going 1-2 in Week 2. Provided by Riot Games SKT 1-0 EDG SK Telecom T1 shut down EDward Gaming's hopes of putting a third Chinese team through to the League of Legends World Championship knockout stage on Sunday in Wuhan, China, to close out Group A pool play. EDG, which had won its previous two games of the day, was one win away from forcing a tiebreaker against North American play-in squad Cloud9. Unfortunately for EDG, the reigning world champions stood in the way, and although SKT has looked shaky throughout the group stage, it was able to pull together well enough to stop Ming "Clearlove7" Kai's hopes of being the hero on ...

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