After Splyce nearly defeated G2 Esports in the quarterfinals European League of Legends Championship Series summer playoffs, excitement for the team began to mount.
Kobbe on playing Vayne against Vitality: “There was actually an old strategy we had when we were playing kind of fun games…Sencux would go play Vayne, and I would play something mid lane.”
Splyce and Team Vitality played a two-game role-swap bonanza to close their season on Sunday.
Sencux: “There’s not too many coaches that have experience with being a leader because you kind of are as a coach. You kind of need to be the guy with the last voice.”
Splyce’s decision to let go of head coach Fayan “Gevous” Pertijs just two weeks before the end of European League of Legends Championship Series summer split surprised the League of Legends community.
Four European League of Legends Championship Series teams have submitted applications for membership in the North American League Championship Series, according to a report from ESPN.
Splyce co-owner Marty Strenczewilk announced on Monday the organization’s League of Legends team has parted ways with head coach Fayan “Gevous” Pertijs, effective immediately.
Wunder on going 2-0 in Week 7: “I don’t think we needed a momentum boost, but it’s always nice after we lose to G2.”
Splyce had a 2-0 week to finish cross-group play in the European League of Legends Championship Series.
Trashy: “Pushing ourselves on champions where we’re not as comfortable is also something we want to do.”
Slingshot’s Kelsey Moser about the new patch, Splyce playing more as a unit, and balancing mid and side lane pressure.