The 2018 League of Legends World Champions will clash with Royal Never Give Up on Sunday, April 18 in the grand finals of LoL Pro League (LPL) Spring Split. Having beaten RNG in round four of the playoffs, all the eyes will be on FPX to repeat that success on Sunday, but can Kim “Doinb” Tae-sang and co. manage to derail the regular season champions twice in a row?
Karmine Corp and Schalke 04 Evolution picked up their first wins of European Masters 2021 Spring on Wednesday with commanding performances, but can the two squads continue their hot streak, or will their run come to a sudden stop on Day 2?
After a 3-1 win over TSM in the lower bracket finals, Team Liquid set themselves up for a rematch with Cloud9, who they will battle for the 2021 LCS Spring title and a ticket leading into the Mid-Season Invitational.
History was written yesterday when Rogue eliminated G2 Esports from the League of Legends European Championship (LEC) playoffs, to bring us the first European LoL finals in history that won’t feature G2 or Fnatic. With the European titans out of the race, the only question that remains is: will it be Rogue or MAD Lions to become only the fourth European team to lift the trophy?
Team Liquid produced one of the worst showings of the season last week, they fell to Cloud9 1-3 and are now forced to fight their way to the LCS title via a lower bracket. Was Liquid’s loss an indication of serious issues, or had the four-time LCS champions simply had an off day?
G2 Esports fell against MAD Lions last round and are now given one last chance to reach the finals, as they take on Rogue in the League of Legends European Championship (LEC) 2021 Spring lower bracket finals. But can G2 jump over the last hurdle and reach their fifth-consecutive LEC finals or will G2’s era of dominance come to an end this weekend?
After losing their opening League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) Mid-Season Showdown match against Cloud9 (0-3), 100 Thieves looked like a completely new team in their win over Dignitas (3-0) last Sunday. But was that a sign of better things to come, or have 100T looked better than how they are?
Team Liquid will clash with Cloud9 in the semi-finals of the 2021 League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) Mid-Season Showdown, having already bested them twice this season. And how the ball is in C9’s field as they look to prove they’re truly the best team in the region.
MAD Lions found their form at the right time to crush Rogue 3-1, to earn us big payouts at 4.180 and 7.620, but can the young squad take it one step further and defeat G2 Esports aka. the strongest League of Legends team Europe has ever had?
Schalke 04 looked very competitive in their five-map series against G2 Esports (2-3) in their opening match of the League of Legends European Championship (LEC) Spring Playoffs. But does that result mean S04 can compete with Europe’s finest or has G2’s sloppiness made Schalke look better than how they are?