G2 sweep Fnatic, continue reign at LEC Summertime Split
G2 Esports avenged an earlier loss by sweeping Fnatic on Sunday in the best-of-five grand last of the League of Legends European Championship Summertime Split playoffs.
G2 Esports had actually dropped a 3-2 choice to Fnatic in the semifinals of the upper bracket on Saturday before bouncing back with a 3-2 success over Rogue.
G2 Esports brought out a thrive on Sunday, winning their first map on Blue and signing up the next 2 success in Red to claim the first reward of $94,300. The LEC title was the eighth for G2 Esports.
G2 Esports mid laner Rasmus “Caps” Borregaard Winther was called the LEC Summer Split MVP award winner on Sunday. The announcement came prior to the 20-year-old’s match versus his previous group.
Fnatic were bidding for their first LEC summer title given that 2018, however they needed to settle for a $58,900 check following their second-place surface.
G2 Esports, Fnatic and Rogue previously had actually earned areas in the League of Legends World Champion, set up to be played in China starting Sept. 25.
League of Legends European Championship Summertime Split prize pool (in approximate USD):.