It would appear that every IG video game features TheShy being solo eliminated or getting solo eliminates.

After a frustrating start for LCK groups on the opening day of the 2020 Mid-Season Cup, DragonX found vengeance for their fallen Korean bros in their match against Invictus Video gaming today. They dismantled the Chinese League of Legends team with relative ease.

Both T1 and Damwon Video gaming, the teams representing the Korean area in Group A, stopped working to measure up to expectations yesterday and were gotten rid of from the online worldwide occasion. The other two LCK teams, Gen.G and DragonX, are Korea’s last staying hopes of advancing to the knockout stage of the competition.

Regardless of losing an early skirmish that put them behind 2 eliminates, DragonX played a calm and calculated game focused around utilizing their strong poke damage from Senna, Ezreal, and Zoe to keep the aggressive IG at a range.

Typically their own worst opponent, LPL teams play at their own pace– and this game was no exception. This resulted in 2 different overly-aggressive tower dives in the bot lane that went awry, netting DragonX three kills. Concurrently, their top laner Doran was able to solo eliminate TheShy after the IG top laner overextended.

That was the moment in which the momentum truly swung toward the Korean side. The Lucian in IG’s leading lane was supposed to be their pressure point and win condition. However instead, he discovered himself losing CS after being consistently ganked and solo killed.

Following that, as any good Korean squad will do, DragonX began to play constrictive League by slowly whittling away at objectives, preventing unneeded conflicts, and structure deep map vision. The video game ended at the 32-minute mark with DragonX just essentially strolling it in.

DragonX will now aim to consolidate their Group B lead with a win against Gen.G. If the group wishes to guarantee an area in the playoffs, however, they’ll have to take down safeguarding LPL champs JDG later in the day.