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.
Team ROCCAT jungler Milo “Pridestalker” Wehnes and H2K Gaming coach Neil “pr0lly” Hammad won the awards for top rookie and coach in the European League of Legends Championship Series summer split, Riot Games announced Friday.
Betsy on the slow split: “Watching League is kind of boring, I think, at this point. It’s a bit too drawn out.”
With Team ROCCAT and Misfits locked into their spots of the European League of Legends Championship Series, the two teams clashed in more of a showmatch than a competitive best-of-three during Week 10.
ROCCAT’s Phaxi: “I trust Hjarnan to carry if he has a good matchup, and (if) he’s ahead, I’m going to die for him.”
Despite landing outside the playoffs in both splits of the European League of Legends Championship Series (EU LCS), Team ROCCAT managed to defeat G2 Esports twice this season, earning the reputation of “Kingslayers.”
With the regular season rounding out, Slingshot’s Kelsey Moser spoke with “Kingslayer” Team ROCCAT head coach Fabian “GrabbZ” Lohman and casters Andrew “Vedius” Day and James “Stress” O’Leary about how the major games will shake out.
Hjarnan: “I like this meta more, I think. It’s more fun for AD carry, at least. Sitting as Varus waveclearing mid is so boring.”
Team ROCCAT’s difficult first half of the European League of Legends Championship Series summer split disappointed fans after their strong close to the spring.
Team ROCCAT announced Monday the signing of Milo “Pridestalker” Wehnes to be the team’s starting jungler for the summer split of the European League of Legends Championship Series, pending Riot Games approval.
Ex-Team ROCCAT support Oh “Raise” Ji-hwan will join the Jin Air Green Wings. Raise announced Wednesday on Facebook on Wednesday that he’s joining Jin Air, saying though he wasn’t sure whether or not he will play as part of the starting roster. “I ended up joining the Jin Air Green Wings not long after leaving […]