Cloud9 will look to pick up their seventh consecutive win of the League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) 2020 Summer Split this Friday when they take on the surging Counter Logic Gaming.
Lee “Crown” Min-ho has officially left Counter Logic Gaming following a lacklustre performance in the League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) 2020 Spring Split.
Team SoloMid and Counter Logic Gaming will renew hostilities in the second week of the 2020 League of Legends Championship Series Spring Split.
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Counter Logic Gaming and Clutch Gaming will clash on Saturday, August 24 to determine third place in the 2019 LCS Summer Split, only a day prior to the grand final between Team Liquid and Cloud9.
There are only four teams left in the race for the US $100,000 prize pool as we enter the 2019 LCS Summer Split semi-finals. Get the best bets for Counter Logic Gaming vs Cloud9.
Counter Logic Gaming secured the second spot in the LCS Summer Split playoffs with a spectacular win over Clutch Gaming, meaning CLG will appear in the post-season for the first time in two long years.
While Counter Logic Gaming have all but secured a spot in the 2019 LCS Summer Split playoffs, it’s do-or-die for Clutch Gaming when the two sides meet this weekend.
Saturday’s LCS Summer Split schedule sees 7-5 Counter Logic Gaming take on struggling 4-8 FlyQuest, who are in danger of finishing outside the top six for the first time since spring 2018 when they concluded their LCS journey with a 6-12 record.
The fifth week of the 2019 LCS Summer Split is behind us, leaving a three-way tie at the top with Cloud9, Counter Logic Gaming and Team Liquid all holding a 7-3 record.