100 Burglars, Cloud9 hold constant atop LCS Spring Split
Co-leaders 100 Burglars and Cloud9 posted wins Sunday to stay atop the pack after the second weekend of the League Champion Series Spring Split.
In the day’s first match, 100 Burglars beat Team Liquid in 30 minutes. Later On Sunday, Cloud9 required just 29 minutes to control FlyQuest.
In the other matches, TSM beat Immortals in 30 minutes; Dignitas beat Evil Geniuses in 32 minutes; and Counter Logic Video gaming likewise required 32 minutes to suppress Golden Guardians.
The Spring Split of the high-level North American League of Legends competition runs through March 14, with the Mid-Season Face-off to follow March 20-April 11.
Ian Victor “FBI” Huang of Australia led 100 Burglars, which suffered its very first loss of the season on Saturday, with a kills-deaths-assists ratio of 6-3-4. Edward “Tactical” Ra of the U.S. led Team Liquid at 5-2-2.
Cloud9’s Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen of Denmark led his team’s second straight win with a K-D-A of 5-0-7, while Brandon Joel “Josedeodo” Villegas of Argentina topped FlyQuest at 2-2-1.
TSM won its fourth straight match because losing its first 2. Lawrence “Lost” Sze Yuy Hui of New Zealand brought TSM on Sunday with a K-D-A of 8-0-3, while David “Madness” Challe led Immortals at 3-2-2.
Dignitas ran its winning streak to three, led by Max “Soligo” Soong of the U.S. with a K-D-A of 8-1-8. Jeong “Effect” Eon-young of South Korea led Evil Geniuses at 4-4-3.
In a fight of the teams at the bottom of the standings, Counter Logic Video gaming got its first win, connecting Golden Guardians for ninth location at 1-4. Jason “WildTurtle” Tran of Canada led the victory with a K-D-A of 6-2-3, while Leandro “Novice” Marcos of Argentina topped Golden Guardians at 2-2-3.
Here are the matches for when the 3rd week starts Friday:
League Championship Series Spring Split standings: