Starting with the LPL region, the match that decided the final ticket to Worlds had an effect when Invictus Gaming lost 1-3 against LGD Gaming. The biggest difference between the two teams is probably in the jungle position, Ning seems to only play well with good ganks and sudden moves. If he can’t gank, Ning has an extremely deadlocked move and is ineffective.
LGD vs IG Highlights ALL GAMES Round 2 LPL Regional Finals 2020 LGD Gaming vs Invictus Gaming by Oni
Most notably in game 3, Ning had sudden Magic Flashes with Sett and brought the victory to IG. However it was the only game he did, and for the remainder of the match Ning suffered Peanut completely outperformed in the ability to control, resulting in an IG failure. With this victory, LGD Gaming won the last ticket of the Chinese region to CKTG 2020.
LGD Gaming will kick off its upcoming Worlds journey from Play-In
Heading into the LCK, DragonX, after a tense Bo5 match, defeated Gen.G 3-2. This result allowed them to put their name on the final and officially became the first Korean team to go to Worlds. The reason is because if they win the championship, DRX is the 1st seed, even if they lose, they still have 140 accumulated points from both spring and summer, ranking above all the remaining teams and get the seed position. No. 2.
DragonX, with a large cumulative score, is the first team in the LCK that is sure to go to Worlds 2020
The brightest point of this match is that both teams played in a different style than the traditional LCK, they are not afraid of collisions, turrets or early fighting decisions. The jungle picks don’t just stop at safe and target champions, they bring Hecarim and Lillia out to fight and push the game to extreme speed. If these two teams go to Worlds together, chances are they will bring a whole new face to the LCK region.
Teams like DragonX or Gen.G are ready to play duel, fighting continuously
In the European region, Rogue defeated MAD Lions 3-0 quickly and progressed to the final of the losing bracket against G2 Esports. Rogue’s next opponent will be G2 Esports, a real “big brother” at the LEC. It is likely that this team will fail against G2 Esports and get Europe’s No. 3 seed position.
Rouge defeated MAD Lions with a quick 3-0 score
Meanwhile on the other side of the Atlantic, FlyQuest defeated Team Liquid after a tense match with a score of 3-2. What makes FLY fly so high lies in the sublimation of ADC WildTurtle, who controls almost the entire fighting space with Jhin. When Team Liquid’s Volibear or Ashe were unable to move freely, the team was always put in a losing stance and ultimately failed in this winning bracket final.
Whenever WildTurtle turns on Death Stage, a member of Team Liquid can only run
Back to the VCS, the match between Team Secret and EVOS Esports took place faster than people thought Zeros and his teammates destroyed “Hidden Secret” with the score 3-0. It seems that the TH – Zeros swap strategy in the mid and top lane is making EVOS fly high as they always have a steady source of damage in the mid game. Team Secret side has no way to counter this game, so they defeat and let EVOS Esports go on.
Highlights TS vs EVS [Ván 3][VCS 2020 Mùa Hè][Playoffs Round 2][30.08.2020]
In the upcoming match, EVOS Esports will have to face GAM Esports in the final of the losing bracket. This is a real challenge to the current strategy of EVOS because the two single lines of the yellow-black army are good players like Kiaya or Dia1.
EVOS Esports and GAM Esports singles players are definitely the focus of the upcoming match