Group WE continue their 2021 LPL Spring Split, removed ThunderTalk Video gaming in a clean 2-0 sweep today.

The series was explosive, including a great deal of standard LPL skirmishes in between both groups and an impressive display screen of macro from Group WE. The very first game MVP vote went to ADC Zhao “Jiumeng” Jia-Hao, who revealed a fantastic skill on Kai’Sa, winning his laning stage and converting his gold lead into a lot of pressure on other lanes also. He ended up the video game with a KDA of 8/3/6 and 30.8 percent total damage of his group.

The 2nd MVP vote went to mid laner Cui “Shanks” Xiao-Jun for his Zoe performance, completing the video game deathless with a KDA of 10/0/7 and 5 thousand gold lead ahead of his opposing mid laner. His picks assisted Group WE secure early kills, which they transformed into neutral goals such as dragons or Rift Heralds.

The initial draft of the series entered into TT’s favor, protecting a balanced structure with a great frontline and great backline. Group WE went for a more skill-oriented composition which did not have a powerful frontline, however had excellent poke rather.

TT secured an early lead by getting the very first two dragons and looked good up until the mid stages of the video game, where the lack of macro from the team revealed. They were roaming around the map without any clear plan in mind and Team WE outmaneuvered them, protecting a clean teamfight win and converting it into a 22-minute Baron. With this lead, Group WE slowly chocked out TT prior to completing the first video game of the series.

In the second video game, Team WE secured 4 out the five choices from the first game, duplicating their aggressive playstyle, which proved to be efficient. TT changed their draft but lacked the macro to handle Group WE’s movements around the map. After picking up an early Dragon Soul and the Baron, Team WE finished the second video game in 24 minutes.

Team WE has broken the tie with RNG for very first location with this win in the 2021 LPL Spring Split standings. They are currently sitting comfortably in the very first location, however RNG might capture them if they beat OMG. Team WE’s next matchup is LNG Esports, a group lead by former Griffin jungler Tarzan which might prove to be an obstacle. Tune in on Sunday, Jan. 24 at 5am CT to see the match in between these 2 groups.