The victorious march of UOL across the CIS region, problems for FPX, invincible DAMWON and magic of TSM. All that I remember last week in this article.
LoL Pro League
After problems with the forester, FPX lost both games this week and dropped to 3rd place. Royal Never Give Up took advantage of this and got close to EDward Gaming, which still hold the lead.
TES made a breakthrough and are now 7th in the standings with a 5-3 stats. Suning and LGD have not been able to improve their position and are not making the playoffs yet.
There are big changes at the end of the table The struggle is escalating, but so far no one has been able to 100% secure a slot in the next stage.
LPL standings after 6 weeks of play
LoL Champions Korea
T1 had a great opportunity to beat DAMWON KIA. It was on the third map of the match. T1 lagged behind in terms of gold and experience, however a different break from Rell was able to force a good fight for Faker's team, but then something went wrong.
As a result, they managed to take only one victory, instead of two in the week, and keep the 5th line in the tournament. DAMWON cleverly seized the chance to finish the weekend with 2-0 statistics and secure their place in the playoffs.
Hanwha Life and DRX have exchanged positions again. The rest of the teams remained with their own.
LCK standings after 6 weeks of play
LoL European Championship
Having defeated a principled opponent in the person of Fnatic, G2 secured a spot in the playoffs. Together with them, Rogue is definitely going further. SK Gaming moved up to the third line, while Astralis still remains in the penultimate place, beating only Vitality. FC Schalke 04 will most likely lose their LEC slot along with their squad. The team dropped one position and after a good start to the season risks not reaching the decisive stage of the championship.
LEC standings after 6 weeks of play
LoL Champion Series
Last week, the trio of 100 Thieves, Dignitas and TSM took the second place in the group, but now the other trio Dignitas, EG and Liquid are in fourth place. CLG still can't move up from the last line. They come with a statistic of 2-10. Cloud9 is also at the top of the league table, but has yet to secure a place in the playoffs.
TSM made another comeback, this time against CLG. Without three games, when they were able to return from a huge gap, the team would have been in 7th place
LCS standings after 4 weeks of play
LoL Continental League
UOL continues its victorious campaign across the CIS region. 6-0 and good ground ahead of the second half of the split almost make them into the playoffs. The top three have not changed since last week. Vega and CTRL PLAY still cannot earn even one victory. Dragon Army got close to the top three and together with Gambit Esports occupy the 4th line.
LCL standings after 3 weeks of play
The venue and dates for MSI 2021 have been announced. This time, the championship will be hosted by Reykjavik from 6 to 22 May.
MSI 2021 Announcement
FPX was recruited to join Beichuan. Tian is unable to report his previous level of play due to health problems, and Bo, due to an investigation by the LPL Disciplinary Committee, has been banned from playing.
These were all the most interesting events of the past week. The first MSI contributors will be announced very soon. Check out the spring split on the event page.
See you at the Rift!