Bilibili Video gaming hand RNG their first 2021 LPL Spring Split loss|Dot Esports
Bilibili Video gaming removed the Royal Never Quit leviathan today during the fifth week of 2021 LPL Spring Split in an extensive three-game series.
Entering into this League of Legends face-off, RNG were seen as the favorites after their dominating performance the past number of weeks. Xiaohu has been a huge aspect for RNG, popping off on various top laners following his current lane swap and being the carry in several matches. Today however, he stopped working to appear and his unconvential choices were closed down by BLG, who have shown that gods do bleed.
The MVP votes went to the solo laners of BLG, Yu “Biubiu” Lei-Xin and Kim “Zeka” Geon-woo. Biubiu had a brave performance on Jayce in the second video game, solo carrying his team from the jaws of defeat, while Zeka utilized Sylas in the 3rd video game to manage the map by taking the ultimates from Twisted Fate and Pantheon.
This series started with a declaration video game from the undefeated RNG. Throughout their 29-minute win, they left no space for error with everybody playing their laning stage perfectly. After they’ve transitioned to the mid-game, they’ve organized approximately secure the drakes and the Baron. Together, they were unequalled by BLG and quickly protected the first game win with mid laner Cryin receiving the MVP vote for his deathless Orianna efficiency.
The 2nd video game looked far more disorderly with both teams going for snowballing picks without a frontline. BLG matched RNG’s aggressive playstyle and traded kill for kill. The gold lead kept trading in between collaborate till BLG’s Biubiu took the control of the video game in his own hands during the mid-game. His Jayce mechanics enabled BLG to clean the floor with RNG a number of times, before developing a huge lead and matching the series.
After the terrible loss in the second game, RNG banned out Jayce and picked for comfort in every lane. Xiaohu in specific selected up the Syndra top lane to manage Biubu, however this would concern bite him later on. After being camped early on and set behind, he became the liability for his group as he could not do anything to BLG’s structure. The game culminated with a quadrakill by BLG’s Aiming prior to they closed out the series.
Following this 2-1 win over RNG, BLG(4-3) are in sixth location in the 2021 LPL Spring Split standings. They’ll be back on the Rift on Saturday, Feb. 6 with a simple compare versus Oh My God.