Team Liquid has won the past four domestic titles, and quickly become the face of North America. Will this continue, after their swap in the jungle?
Cloud9’s the most consistently great team in LCS history, but this greatness hasn’t netted them a championship since 2014. Can this be the year they finally break through to the top?
CLG almost jumped from zero to hero by the end of last season. Can they keep up the momentum?
TSM’s lackluster performance in 2018 and 2019 brought several changes coming into 2020. Will it be enough to bring them back to the top?
Clutch Gaming’s sudden rebrand brought with it a strong personality and desire to win. Can they ride that momentum into next season, and make the World Championship again?
The old 100T roster is back, but with a bit of a twist. Can they replicate their first bit of success from 2018?
Their controversial roster moves have many predicting a tenth place finish. Are there any redeeming qualities to this rag-tag team?
Optic Gaming exploded after another disappointing season, and in came the return of Immortals. Will former-champion Xmithie be enough to carry them to victory?
After reuniting everyone’s favorite EU duo of Ignar and PowerOfEvil, Flyquest is looking interesting in 2020. How will they do?
Now that we know every LCS roster, I’d like to take an individual look at each team heading into the spring split. How will everyone do?
A majority of the teams have been slotted into their groups for the 2019 League of Legends World Championship. This is how I think they’ll stack up.
Despite being around for forever; traditional sports rarely, if ever, see a team come back from being far down in a series. In esports, however, this is a very common occurrence. I take a look at why this may be and whether it’s good or bad.