Team Dignitas entered a partnership with Buffalo Wild Wings that includes patches on the team’s jerseys and making the restaurant chain the “official hangout” of the team.
Team Dignitas’ application to join the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS) has been rejected, according to a report from ESPN.
The regional qualifying gauntlet for North America was supposedly one of the toughest yet, even more than last year’s slugfest between Immortals and Cloud9.
Altec on prepping for the gauntlet: “It’s actually really awkward since there’s not really teams to scrim. So going into practice, we’re going to play a lot more games, grind a lot more solo queue.”
After a strong run through the latter half of the split, Team Dignitas finished fourth in the North American League of Legends Championship Series summer playoffs after a 3-0 loss Saturday to Counter Logic Gaming.
Adrian on Cloud9 match: “In Game 4, they blinded Alistar, so they disrespected the fact that I could play Janna.”
Team Dignitas unexpectedly knocked off Cloud9 in the quarterfinals of the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS).
Team Dignitas continued its win streak into Week 7 of the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS), unexpectedly sweeping reigning champion Team SoloMid.
NA LCS Week 7 Recap: Liquid wins two matches, Ssumday dominates with Maokai, and Immortals stands alone
Only two more weeks remain in the North American League Championship Series and there is still plenty of room for surprises and upsets. Week 7 certainly had its fair share of both. Here are some of the notable moments from the NA LCS this past weekend.
Adrian: “When I played on my other teams, everyone else was trying hard and I was the one falling behind, I guess. Now on Dignitas, I’m the one who wants to try really hard.”
With a fresh face in support Adrian “Adrian” Ma in the starting lineup, Team Dignitas unexpectedly swept Counter Logic Gaming and then beat Phoenix1 2-1 in NA LCS Week 6.