Although much talk in the finals of the European League of Legends Championship Series regional gauntlet surrounded the catastrophe of H2K Gaming’s bottom lane getting 2-v-2 killed as Sivir and Braum in Game 1 and other misplays by Sin “Nuclear” Jeong-hyeon, I found Fnatic’s draft in the third and final game the perfect culmination of the series.
After Splyce nearly defeated G2 Esports in the quarterfinals European League of Legends Championship Series summer playoffs, excitement for the team began to mount.
Team ROCCAT Coach GrabbZ: “If you compare TSM to other teams in NA, you will also think the gap is so big between the top and bottom tier teams. But of course, in the middle it waters down. It’s the same in EU.”
With the League of Legends World Championship closing in and questions looming about the European League of Legends Championship Series (EU LCS) as a region, the spotlight has shifted slightly from lower tier teams.
As the peels of silver confetti fell, Kim “Trick” Gang-yun immediately stood and looked to his left with his arms outstretched.
Smittyj on comparing his time on Schalke 04 to his past experiences: “I didn’t behave differently… All the players were looking forward to qualifying. It was an easy time working with them.”
On the final day of the European League of Legends Championship Series promotional tournament, Schalke 04 defeated Ninjas in Pyjamas 3-0 to qualify for the LCS.