I’m writing this article a day after Fnatic have defeated SK Gaming in the first El Clásico of the season.
Last week on “The Classics” series, I talked about the oldest rivalry in League of Legends: CLG vs. TSM. To find our next great rivalry we have to cross the Atlantic Ocean, to Europe.
A bit of history Throughout the years, a few rivalries developed in the League of Legends competitive scene between various organizations.
With the new European LCS season on its way, some interesting results have already emerged.
DAY 1 H2K vs. MYM Outcome: H2K win With both teams coming from a 0-2 week, a win was necessary to stay relevant in the LCS.
After a long wait, the LCS is finally here. A lot of predictions were made about how the teams will perform, and at last we will be able to see if those predictions will be true or not. Day 1 Elements vs.
There was a time, not very long ago, when League of Legends was not the most watched esport in the world, a time when Korea was not the best region in the world and Malzahar was a legitimate pick for mid lane in competitive play.
With all team rosters being completed, and scrims on the way, we are all anxiously awaiting the start of the EU LCS. A lot of things happened during the off-season, and we now have a radically different league from what we saw last season.
With only two weeks left until the start of the LCS, we are being bombarded with a lot of last minute changes, either to the LCS or the teams that are competing.
Who is Origen? The short version of this question is that Origen is Xpeke, the same way that Alliance was, at least in the beginning, Froggen. I don’t think it’s wrong to look at Origen as the new European “superteam”.