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.
After a crazy weekend in the NA LCS, three-seed CLG is set to play against six-seed Optic Gaming this upcoming weekend, for a spot in the semifinals.
Despite the unlikely chance it’ll happen, in my perfect world, Optic Gaming would be NA’s third seed at the World Championship: here’s why.
The fight for the third spot at the World Championship seems to be between CLG and TSM. Will either of them be able to out-do their history of poor performances?
Cloud9 seems to once again be on their road to the League of Legends World Championship, but will their history of strong international performances continue?
Team Liquid shocked the world with their second place performance in the Mid Season Invitational. How do they look coming into the World Championship?
A deep dive into INF’s game against EDG, to see if they can be the next big underdog.