Group WE reverse sweep Invictus Gaming to liquidate the 2nd week of 2021 LPL Spring Split|Dot Esports
The team is currently 3-0 in the standings, tied for very first with RNG.
Team WE reverse swept Invictus Gaming to liquidate the 2nd week of the 2021 LPL Spring Split.
The jungler Jiang “Beishang” Zhi-Peng was crucial in Team WE’s supremacy in the second and 3rd games, popping off on Taliyah and Pantheon. His combined KDA in the winning video games was 12/1/12, demonstrating how strong he can become if he gets an early lead. His outstanding performance made him both MVP votes.
This League of Legends series began with a dominant first-game from the IG roster. By the 10th-minute mark, the team was ahead by three thousand gold due to their early neutral objective control and four-kill lead. As the game passed, the rate slowed down with groups trying to find a more defensive playstyle. However, one midgame fight which was won by IG helped them protect the first win of the series with jungler Peng “XUN” Li-Xun receiving the MVP choose his Lillia.
Following the loss in the first game, Team WE adjusted their structure, putting a lot of concentrate on getting the Taliyah jungle. Following her current buffs, she ended up being a top priority choice in all areas due to just how much pressure she can output combined with her high movement.
Beishang used the champ perfectly, assisting his group protected neutral goals and slowly grow a gold lead. IG couldn’t stop the bleeding and were falling behind in gold and experience with time, which indicated their death. While IG did attempt to eliminate for the fourth drake, they lost most members while doing so, from which Team WE grew an unstoppable lead and equalized the series.
The third video game draft had lots of surprises with IG getting Jayce top and Lucian for the bottom lane, 2 unconventional choices in the current meta. Team WE selected up Pantheon for Beishang, who showed that he can bring with strong junglers. He utilized the champion to camp TheShy in the leading lane and by the 10th-minute mark, TheShy had 3 deaths and fell quite behind due to this.
With no pressure from opponent top lane, Team WE strolled around the map and chose up kills on other lanes along with neutral objectives, prior to completing the video game and the series after a 24-minute teamfight.
Group WE climbed to initially and is tied for very first with RNG in the 2021 LPL Spring Split standings. They have two easy match-ups next week in ThunderTalk Gaming and LNG Esports. Based on their existing efficiency, Group WE must easily take both these down and seal their leader position in the standings.