With the sins of G2 Esports’ Mid-Season Invitational vacation faithfully upheld by the squad’s first place finish in the summe
Despite an influx of new organizations and money, the North American League Championship Series finals have settled into a trench of predictability with a familiar matchup
The European League Championship Series is finally on its way to Poland for what promises to be an incredibly exciting finals series.
The North American League Championship Series Quarterfinals went off without a hitch, and I don’t just mean in terms of avoiding disastrous audio issues.
With KT Rolster and the ROX Tigers set to play Saturday in the League Champions Korea summer split final, Fomos asked three LCK coaches how they expect the final will play out.
Unlike the North American League Championship Series quarterfinals, the European playoffs are brimming with possibilities. This is largely because very few of us understand how we got here in the first place.
As the European League Championship Series Promotional Tournament can be easily classified as a celebration of the next wave of talent clashing against the disappointment of what was supposed to be the previous wave of talent, the North American iteration carries a bit more controversy.
Before we can get into the excitement of the European race for one of the three spots at the League of Legends World Championship, we have to plow our way through the dregs the League Championship Series left behind along the way.
Last week’s “calm before the storm” argument turned out to be correct…and exactly what the North American League Championship Series needed heading into the last week of play.