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Views View View source History. Game Info New to League? This page was last edited on 2 October , at G is already a somewhat specious third seed if they qualify, and it looks like they will, although feel free to return to this to make fun of me, you've earned it considering that they lost in a unique and unfortunate situation that involved a large pause and playing on two separate patches within the same series.
Despite the fact that DRX did beat Gen. G in both of their regular season meetings, there's a strong case that, had the pause not happened, Gen.
Few people would believe in TSM getting out of this group but it's also not like either Fnatic or LGD have been particularly consistent this summer either.
This wouldn't be a group of death but a group of uncertainty, and would heavily revolve around who adapted first or best. Although most teams in this group are known for playing standard see: "boring" in popular lexicon , there's a lot of nuance from team to team that would make watching them all try to adapt as the worlds meta evolves interesting.
And from the play-in, give me a surging team like, say, SuperMassive, and of course I'm not picking them because I'm Turkish and have any bias whatsoever, absolutely not.
A Broken Blade vs Armut top lane matchup? Turkey rejoice. Erzberger: Jeong "Chovy" Ji-hoon is the easy answer here for me. I've been a champion of the prodigal South Korean mid laner from his first days on the now-defunct Griffin roster and he continues to make gigantic strides in his development each offseason.
This year, he's fully grown into an all-around superstar, capable of not only being one of the scariest laners in the entire world but also showing a greater awareness of everything else happening around him.
While DRX has continued to slump as has gone on, Chovy's only ramped up in power, essentially dragging his team to the world championship with his one-man army performance in the playoffs.
I just generally want to see how G2 will do this year at Worlds, after coming so close last year. There are so many great narratives here: G2 had struggles this split, from personal tragedy with Perkz's father passing away during the split to something as simple as Caps and Perkz swapping lanes again.
The team was losing, people were doubting them, then G2 pulled the ol' Jay-Z "allow me to reintroduce myself" in the playoffs and won both splits.
Like the LEC casters have said countless times, "they've earned that right". Now, after all that, I really do want to see if this team can win Worlds, and it goes through those two star players.
Erzberger: They have chances, but it's going to be a hard road for any of the three to make quarterfinals or beyond this world championship.
It could very well come down to a lucky group draw or a team like LGD Gaming or MAD Lions faltering in play-ins, but more likely than not, all three North American teams will be considered underdogs once group stage begins and that's if Team Liquid even makes it there.
This isn't the same all-dominant TSM roster that came into the and world championship tournaments looking to become the first North American team to make a worlds final, but the pieces from those teams are still there and they have an intriguing rookie in Mingyi "Spica" Lu who has only gotten better as the stakes have risen throughout the year.
Rand: I'm never going to say an entire region doesn't have a chance only because the seeding is so faulty to begin with.