This Year’s League Of Legends World Championship Play-In Stage Had Five Meta-Defining Champions In Each Role
Each year, the Worlds play-in stage gives players and coaches a chance to feel out the meta of the upcoming tournament. Strategies are developed, playstyles are perfected, and the game as a whole evolves as teams prepare for the main
The Minor Regions Showed Up Huge During This Year’s World Championship, Taking Down Favorites In Play-Ins
This year’s play-in stage of the World Championship looked much better compared to previous years with minor regions stepping up against the behemoths such as LEC or LPL.
SuperMassive tops Group A with two super impressive performances With big wins
Well, that was short-lived; 100 Thieves CEO Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag has gone to Twitter to announce that their professional Counter-Strike team is exiting from play after roughly one year in the scene.
They started the current iteration in late 2019
Austin Bursavich has been one of the players in the Magic: The Gathering 2020 Grand Finals that analysts and fans have their eyes. He has dominated the lower bracket and, today, he claimed the crown to win it all. The
FlyQuest got NA’s second win against UOL in a pretty difficult game for the major region. Fly was seen as an underdog going into the match considering UOL’s performance in the play-ins, however, Fly managed to overcome that and destroy
TES outplayed DRX starting from the draft phase to secure a clean win against the Korean seed. Top Esports looked prepared, picking confidently the Nocturne mid to counter the Twisted Fate from the opposing team. Knight, regarded as one of
Damwon Gaming dismantled PSG Talon in one of the most one-sided matches in this Worlds. Damwon pick Syndra for ShowMaker, who took over the game from the middle lane. Another crucial pick for Damwon’s success was Nuguri in the top