Day 2 of Week 6
Group EnVyUs keeps on surging in the second 50% of the North American League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split, bringing down Cloud9 in a quick 2-0 triumph on Saturday to finish off Day 2 of Week 6 in Los Angeles.
Group EnVyUs had a reasonable mission for the whole arrangement: always draw in and teamfight Cloud9 into accommodation. While C9 begun off in Game 1, taking initially tower gold at an opportune time, EnVyUs immediately begun to pick up points of interest through teamfights. Those teamfights would then prompt target drives all over the guide and kept C9 from doing anything by any means. Of exceptional note, Cloud9 mid laner Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen, generally one of C9’s most dependable playmakers, did truly nothing as Corki, completing with a disappointing 0/0/0 KDA (executes/passings/helps). With no creation from the mid path, and with NV popping, C9 was effortlessly brought down in 34 minutes.
Cloud9 detected that it expected to amplify its teamfighting, which prompted it draft an overwhelming teamfight arrangement in Game 2. This begun off well for C9 with first blood and another first tower slaughter however in the long run went off the rails. As the amusement advanced, EnVyUs’ pick creation begun to come internet, getting C9 individuals out over the guide to get EnVyUs ideal back inside striking separation of C9’s gold lead. Once the late amusement hit, NV’s picks paid off as it ruled teamfights left and right. This prompted two Barons and a monstrous lead for EnVyUs, who did this notwithstanding Jensen appearing with a 5/1/3 KDA this time around as Taliyah. C9 debilitated to crush spirit into the diversion with a 4-for-1 teamfight at 36 minutes, yet EnVyUs bobbed appropriate back when all individuals respawned to think of more kills of its own to bolt up the 38-minute win.