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From the outset of the League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational series between G2 Esports and Top Esports (TES), it was clear that G2 came prepared to compete at the highest level.

In the first game, G2’s bot lane duo, Steven “Hans Sama” Liv and Mihael “Mikyx” Mehle, displayed exceptional synergy, effectively shutting down TES’s bot lane and creating opportunities for Rasmus “Caps” Winther to shine.

With two well-fed ADCs, G2 secured the first victory in just 28 minutes, setting a dominant tone for the series.

As the matches progressed, G2’s superiority became increasingly evident.

Mikyx and Martin “Yike” Sundelin’s coordination neutralized Wenbo “JackeyLove” Yu’s Draven, while Hans Sama’s stellar performance led G2 to another victory, putting them up 2-0.

Despite TES’s efforts to counter G2 in the third match, Sergen “BrokenBlade” Çelik’s strong performance in the top lane ensured a clean sweep for G2, solidifying their status as the superior team in the series.

G2’s triumph over TES not only reaffirms their position as a title contender but also reignites the debate on the prowess of Eastern versus Western teams in international competitions.

Historically, Eastern teams have often dominated global tournaments with meticulous strategies and superior mechanical skills.

However, G2’s victory underscores the growing strength and resilience of Western teams in the global League of Legends scene.

By delivering one of the most dominant performances against one of China’s top teams, G2 proved that Western teams are more than capable of challenging their Eastern rivals.

As the competition progresses, fans can expect even more intense matchups and rivalries.

Overall, G2’s creative picks and coordinated plays reminded fans of their 2019 MSI triumph.

With three more best-of-five series to win in the lower bracket, G2’s next opponent will be the victor of the Team Liquid vs. T1 series.

This potential rematch against the current LoL World Champions promises to be a must-watch for League fans worldwide.

G2 Esports’ journey at MSI 2024 continues to give European fans hope for another international success.

MSI 2024 will continue on Wednesday as T1 clashes with Team Liquid, with the best-of-five series scheduled to start at 5pm CST.

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