With the victory over the number one candidate of the 2018 World Championship Royal Never Give Up, G2 Esports deserves to become the pride of the EU this year.
It seemed that the result of the match between KT Rolster and Invictus Gaming would be the biggest shock in the quarterfinals of the 2018 League of Legends World Championship, the match that took place right after that between Royal Never Give Up and G2 Esports also took place in a similar fashion. crazier scenario.
After KT was eliminated by IG, people started thinking about the prospect of a devastating championship for RNG, because their biggest opponent had stopped the game. But who knows, Worlds 2018 deserves to be called the tournament of the bottom teams, when G2 Esports had an extremely eye-catching battle and defeated the LPL champion after a series of intense BO5s.
RNG got off to a perfect start by overwhelmingly winning G2 Esports in the first game. This is a development that has been predicted by the gaming community before.
A game where G2 suddenly played extremely aggressive with the selection of two carry cards, Akali and Irelia in the positions of Top and Mid, combined with Varus – ADC with the ability to contribute well to teamfights made it RNG’s ADC protection strategy is completely bankrupt. Besides, it must also be mentioned that Uzi did not play well in this game when he had a couple of faulty moves that caused RNG to fail in teamfights. 1-1 for G2.
A victory marked by the pick/ban phase, RNG picked Poppy to completely counter the generals who had a tendency to rush into G2’s side, while completely suppressing Aatrox in Wunder’s hand. RNG took a 2-1 lead.
A game that showed the excitement and fierceness of this year’s Worlds, right after being “beaten” by Poppy in the hands of Letme, G2 immediately made a change, and they succeeded in “tricking” the game. RNG, by switching positions and sending Ryze to Top lane to help Wunder crush Letme’s Poppy. But what surprised people the most was how quickly G2 destroyed RNG with a difference of up to 18k money and 15-1 kills.
A game where Perkz shined brightly with Leblanc. In the late game, it seemed that RNG was able to “comeback” when it partly countered the aggressiveness of Perkz. But right in the decisive fight, the mid laner with G2 was once again successful when he captured Sivir in the hands of Uzi, and at the same time ended the journey of the Champion Candidate – Royal Never Give Up at Worlds. 2018.
Today was an emotional day and also a surprise for the LoL community around the world, when the two teams that were considered the strongest in the tournament – RNG and KT were both eliminated. persuasively by the underrated names.
Tomorrow, October 21, the next 2 quarterfinals between Afreeca Freecs – Cloud 9 and Fnatic – Edward Gaming will continue, and with what has been witnessed, fans around the world have reason to be surprised. Expect equally unexpected developments to continue at this year’s Worlds.
According to Emergenceingame.Com
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