Cloud9, Liquid improve to 3-0 at LCS Summer Split

  • September 11, 2020 at 4:24 pm #1255
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    <p>Team Liquid and Cloud9 each improved to 3-0, and Counter Logic Gaming also scored their third victory as Week 2 of the League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split continued Saturday.</p> <p>Team Liquid took down 100 Thieves (0-3), while Cloud9 dispatched Evil Geniuses (2-1) in a battle of previously unbeaten teams.
    Counter Logic (3-1) downed Dignitas (0-3) in the finale for their second victory in as many days.</p> <p>Team SoloMid (2-2) failed in their bid to win for the second day in a row, falling to FlyQuest (2-1) in the day’s other match.</p> <p>Liquid and Cloud9 — who won the spring playoffs — are the only remaining unbeaten teams.

    They will both be in action again on Sunday, facing EG and Golden Guardians, respectively.</p> <p>Liquid took 28 minutes to dispatch 100 Thieves on blue, with bot laner Edward “Tactical” Ra posting seven kills and four assists with no deaths as Ezreal.</p> <p>Cloud9 needed less time against EG, wrapping up victory on blue in under 26 minutes.

    Jungler Robert “Blaber” Huang was nearly perfect with 9/1/5 KDA as Olaf.</p> <p>Counter Logic handled Dignitas in 40 minutes, while FlyQuest downed TSM in 33 minutes.</p> <p>The 10 teams in the LCS Summer Split will play a double round robin of best-of-one matches through Aug.
    9. The top eight teams will advance to the double-elimination playoffs, scheduled for Aug. 13-Sept. 6.</p> <p>The first- and second-place teams will receive byes into the second round of the winners bracket. The third- through sixth-place teams will open in the first round of the winners bracket, and the seventh- and Noah Coin eighth-place teams will begin in the first round of the losers bracket.

    All playoff matches will be best-of-five.</p> <p>The two playoff finalists will earn spots in the League of Legends World Championship, scheduled to be played in China at a date to be announced. The third-place team will advance to the Worlds play-in event.</p> <p>Week 2 of the LCS Summer Split wraps up Sunday with four matches:</p> <p>Team Liquid vs.

    Evil Geniuses</p> <p>FlyQuest vs. Dignitas</p> <p>Golden Guardians vs. Cloud9</p> <p>100 Thieves vs. Immortals</p> <p>League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split standings</p> <p>T1. Cloud9, 3-0</p> <p>T1. Team Liquid, 3-0</p> <p>3. Counter Logic Gaming, 3-1</p> <p>T4.
    FlyQuest, 2-1</p> <p>T4. Evil Geniuses, 2-1</p> <p>6. Team SoloMid, 2-2</p> <p>7. Golden Guardians, 1-2</p> <p>T8. 100 Thieves, 0-3</p> <p>T8. Dignitas, 0-3</p> <p>T8. Immortals, 0-3</p> <p>–Field Level Media</p></div>

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