It may be the pressure of playing with DAMWON Gaming, but both Flamengo eSports and Royal Youth looked exceptionally strong in Thursday’s play-in matches at the League of Legends World Championship.
Group C of the League of Legends World Championship play-in stage produced three highly entertaining fixtures on Thursday, so we can expect more quality clashes when the teams renew hostilities this Saturday.
Clutch Gaming, MAMMOTH and Unicorns of Love enter the return fixtures in a three-way tie, so it is anyone’s guess who will finish in the top two and progress to the second round.
Splyce and Isurus will hope they can recreate what they showed in the first round of games, whereas DetonatioN FocusMe will need to dig themselves out of the hole they have found themselves in.
On Thursday, October 3, the Group D teams DAMWON Gaming, Flamengo eSports and Royal Youth will begin their play-in journey at the 2019 League of Legends World Championship.
The 2019 League of Legends World Championship play-in stage is set to begin on Wednesday, but the six teams in Group C and Group D will kick off their campaign on Thursday, October 3.
The play-in stage of the 2019 League of Legends World Championship will kick off with six fixtures on Wednesday, October 2. See our tips and predictions for Group B.
ESB looks at the form, latest odds and best bets for the first two fixtures of Group A in the play-in stage of the 2019 League of Legends World Championship.
The group stage and play-in draw for the 2019 League of Legends World Championship concluded on Monday, September 23, revealing the seeding of 12 play-in teams and 12 directly qualified teams into their respective groups.
The League of Legends World Championship returns to Europe this year for the second time in history, but several of the continent’s top teams are struggling with poor internet quality in the lead-up.