LCK Spring Promotion – Day 1

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Longzhu Incredible Miracle and the Dark Wolves battled it out on friday to kick off day one of the LCK Spring Promotion. The series started off with a win for each team, but it didn’t take long for Longzhu to pull ahead and power through only 4 games. Longzhu confidentially took over the Dark Wolves with a 3-1 victory and stamped their name on one of the qualifying positions for the 2016 LCK season.

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Game one started off with a slight lead in Longzhu’s favour. But as the game went on, it was clear who was going to be winning the game. Right from the beginning Longzhu was the better team in the series, and they made it quite clear. Longzhu snagged first blood in the bot lane with a blind gank on the Dark Wolve’s ADC and started to put give that lane a slight lead. Meanwhile, top lane started to get a lead because of the strong Gangplank pick to counter the Hecarim.

Once Longzhu got ahead they were able to stay there, they ended the game at 26:04, starting the series off with a 1-0 lead.

Game 2 started off fairly slow, but around the nine minute mark first blood was drawn for Dark Wolves, which then snowballed into a 4-1 lead.

Later on in the game the Dark Wolves closed game 2 off to tie up the series. So far the series has been pretty equal, and the two teams competing look like they might bring this match up to game 5. But in the next two games Longzhu swept through and knocked Dark Wolves out 3-1.

Longzhu Incredible Miracle now qualifies for the 2016 LCK Season and will be able to start practising for the tough splits ahead. As for the Dark Wolves, they will be put back into the challenger league and will have to battle their way back to the top to win a spot in the LCK in the 2017 season.

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Zach Pogue
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Zach is an esports fanatic based out of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Zach’s primary passion is League of Legends where he is both a player and a fan of the LCS. When he’s not playing the game you’ll find Zach watching the LCS, and while he primarily covers the NA LCS, he’s also a huge fan of Fnatic and SKT.
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