After back-to-back Silver Scrapes throughout the West, G2 Esports and Team SoloMid crawl their way back to the Grand Finals of their respective areas.

In the League of Legends European Championship, G2 Esports are set to handle Fnatic for the crown once again after removing Rogue 3-2 in the lower bracket. Meanwhile in the League of Legends Champion Series, Yilliang “Doublelift” Peng and Team SoloMid took their vengeance against Team Liquid and made their spot to eliminate FlyQuest in the Grand Finals.

In spite of falling in Game 1, G2 Esports never ever slow down and took Games 2 and 3 away from Rogue through the clutch plays of Mihael “Mikyx” Mehle’s Taric and Rasmus “Caps” Borregaard Winther’s Zoe. Nevertheless, Emil “Larssen” Larsson would connect up the series to match point with his Akali in Video game 4. When it mattered, Luka “Perkz” Perković stepped up on Senna with an 81% K/P to secure their finals berth versus Fnatic.

In The United States And Canada, Team SoloMid’s novice jungler Mingyi “Spica” Lu was carrying out well on bring choices such as Nidalee and his off-meta Shen pickup. With TSM’s bot duo returning to form, Team SoloMid looked better than they have actually been throughout the split. In Video game 5, a Zilean lock in by Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg protected the series for TSM with a dive comp using BrokenBlade’s Irelia.

Against G2, Rogue revealed diversity in their playstyle and an aggressive early-game that the team did not have earlier in the season. For Group Liquid, their tendency to require goals in unfavorable scenarios was greatly published by TSM. In spite of impressive provings by the groups, they will be seeking to continue enhancing their play in time for Worlds 2020.