With a clean 2-0 sweep, EDG are looking unstoppable up until now in the LPL.

EDward Gaming kicked off the 4th week of 2021 LPL Spring Split with a clean 2-0 sweep against ThunderTalk Gaming.

This League of Legends series was among the most one-sided in recent times. EDG had a clear draft and gameplay edge in both games and TT had no action to their techniques. Viper picked up both MVPs today after his impressive efficiency on 2 different ADCs.

He received the very first vote for his Kai’Sa performance, finishing the game with a KDA of 9/1/8 and five thousand gold lead compared to his challenger. His Aphelios in the second video game made him his sixth MVP count of the season. He landed crucial combinations in teamfights on stacked-up TT members, establishing them for a crowd-control chain by his teammates, while dishing out a great deal of damage.

The first game of the series started with a great deal of action aimed towards the bottom side. EDG funneled their early video game resources to help snowball Viper, who has actually been looking like one of the very best LPL ADCs this season. After a number of early video game eliminates, Viper began grouping up with his group, requiring TT to response to their group rather of split-pushing or picking up neutral goals.

EDG looked in control throughout the whole game, protecting the drakes, the Baron and slowly chipping away at TT’s towers. After the second Baron spawned, EDG rushed to take it, however TT came to stop them. Due to them lagging on gold and experience, TT were quickly wiped away by EDG, who went to end up the video game.

The 2nd game showcased an improved TT, who addressed blow for blow early on versus EDG’s aggressive playstyle. They got a couple of neutral objectives in drakes and Rift Declares, but EDG managed to stay even in gold due to remarkable farming mechanics.

The midgame fights looked even with TT playing far better compared to the first game. All dreams were shattered once TT extended for the mid lane tower and were captured up by Viper’s Aphelios. His combination delivered a substantial amount of damage, before his team flanked them and eliminated them one by one. Following this win, EDG pushed to end the second video game.

EDG (5-0) is presently tied for very first place with Group WE in the 2021 LPL Spring Split standings. They’ll be back on the Rift next week with two matches versus Success Five and Suning. Both teams have actually been looking uninspired recently and EDG should be easily have the ability to take them down.