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In week three of the 2022 League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split, FlyQuest demonstrated their prowess by sweeping through their League competition and concluding the weekend with a decisive victory against Cloud9. FlyQuest has broken out of the tie that they shared with C9 and is now looking to move further up on the standings.

Only in Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen’s third game as C9’s support player did he have to face the formidable opponent that is Zaqueri “Aphromoo” Black. The LCS veteran has been a player in the league the longest and has also been swapped from ADC to the role of support at one point in his career.

The seasoned player made it very tough for Zven to enjoy the early minutes of the laning phase. He secured three kills for himself in the process, which is an accomplishment that is often reserved for the ADC and not the support.

FlyQuest had the chance to focus on increasing their pressure thanks to the minor advantage they had in the bot lane. Due to FlyQuest’s already attaining Soul point when Baron spawned, C9 was forced to be very careful about exactly where the team would be moving their concentration.

Within a matter of seconds, after the fourth team landed onto the Rift, the entirety of FlyQuest tied down Blaber. Thereafter claimed the Hextech Soul as their own and further widened the substantial gap in the amount of gold they had over C9.

FlyQuest’s new top laner, Philip “Philip” Zeng took down the returning Jensen with a kill by himself, and that was all that was required for the team to advance into the baron pit. Although Berskerer was able to stop them from completing their first attempt at the goal. C9’s effort to compete with FlyQuest’s second attempt was unsuccessful since FlyQuest was able to capture not only the Baron buff but also the Elder Drake.

FlyQuest was able to effortlessly destroy all of the structures that were guarding C9’s nexus with both buffs in the hands of all their players. One last stand from C9 led to a Quadra Kill for Johnson “Johnsun” Nguyen’s Jinx and the fourth victory of the Summer for FlyQuest.

Yesterday, the jungler for FlyQuest, Brandon “Josedeodo” Joel Villegas, granted an interview. He stated that he believes his team is a little bit uncoordinated at the moment and that establishing the team’s consistency is what they would need to achieve in order to “prove a lot of stuff.”

During the game, the team’s coordination seemed like it had far greater synergy. The team moved rapidly to determine their win conditions and eliminated the primary obstacles that stood between them and a successful outcome.

As the week came to a close in the LCS, FlyQuest finished the week with a 4-3 record, which placed them in fifth place behind Evil Geniuses, CLG, Team Liquid, and 100 Thieves. Their week four return will see them take on 100T in a bid to move up the standings. Week four fixtures will begin on July 16.

This is the first time that C9 has been defeated since Kim “Berserker” Min-cheol and Zven had made their debuts on the team’s roster. C9 are now in sixth place behind FlyQuest and will begin week four against TSM. This will mark the halfway point of the competition.

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