Out of all the ambitious goals proclaimed for the upcoming Overwatch League, perhaps the most eye-catching plan involved streamlining and systematizing the process of becoming a professional player.
The American Dream is a seductive, dangerous idea. As the engine behind turning a frontier nation into the premier superpower in the world, the very notion is heady.
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.
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.
C9 Jack: “The only thing that matters every year is, ‘Do you go to worlds?’ and how well you do at worlds.” — A look at Cloud9 heading into the NA LCS gauntlet
At the TD Garden in Boston on Sunday, Team SoloMid claimed its sixth North American League of Legends Championship Series title.
As the peels of silver confetti fell, Kim “Trick” Gang-yun immediately stood and looked to his left with his arms outstretched.