KT hand DragonX their first loss of 2020 LCK Summer Split|Dot Esports
KT Rolster disturbed the previously-undefeated DragonX today in an intense three-game series in the 2020 LCK Summertime Split.
Leading laner SoHwan and mid laner Ucal selected up the Player of the Game awards after their efficiencies on Kennen and Twisted Fate, respectively. The League of Legends series likewise featured legendary leading laner Smeb filling in for Tusin in the assistance function for KT.
The very first game was the SoHwan program. His Kennen choice was crucial from the laning stage up to the moment where KT ended the game. He secured a lead in the leading lane and didn’t permit DRX’s Doran to snowball too much on his Camille.
Although goals were traded by both teams and neither squad took the Dragon Soul, KT’s exceptional teamfight compensation permitted them to get closer to the Dragon Soul point. Chovy tried to stop KT from ending up the game, but his damage wasn’t enough to dismantle them. In general, KT looked excellent and methodical in the first video game, opening the 4th week of LCK with a bang.
DRX looked far better in the 2nd game, nevertheless. Despite the fact that they left Varus open, who’s been the most contested pick in all regions this split, they developed a great structure to deal with him.
DRX’s superior objective control net them a big lead. But some questionable plays by Chovy nearly set them back. Chovy’s teammates preserved their composure and brought the game in the next teamfight, however.
The third video game was an absolute bloodbath. KT did whatever they wanted and DRX couldn’t put a stop to them. They concentrated on the top and crushed Doran’s spirit on Volibear. He ended up being a liability as the game went by, not being able to splitpush, engage, or withstand any damage during teamfights.
Following an ace around the mid lane, KT finished the video game with a 19-4 kill advantage, stopping DRX’s unbeaten streak to begin the split.
KT will deal with Sandbox Video gaming on Friday, July 10 at 6am CT. If they win, they might be able to climb up into the top four of the LCK Summertime Split standings. You can tune in to the match on the official Riot Games LCK channel.