Hey there LoL enthusiasts and welcome back to RotoBaller’s coverage of LCS for the Summer split on FanDuel and DraftKings. With one weekend in the books, it’s now time to see if particular groups are as great as they’ve looked opening weekend and if some groups are as bad as they played.

Week 2 really begins on Saturday with a 4-game slate for us to dive into. This is the finest slate we have seen this split with some decent video games on paper here. We haven’t truly seen lots of back and fourth games this split but this slate has the possible to have a lot of fireworks. So let’s not waste time and let’s enter into it.

Today I’ll be bringing you my League of Legends recommendations, analysis, and choices, for the four-game LCS slate on FanDuel and DraftKings that locks on Friday, June 20th at 4:00 PM. Feel free to follow me on Twitter @Governor98. Thanks for reading, now let’s get to the strategy and chooses!

Given that LCS contests are being used on both FanDuel and DraftKings, it is very important to keep in mind some prices inconsistencies from site to website, however the lineup slots, scoring, and roster building rules are almost totally similar with the only exception being that FanDuel forces you to roster a minimum of one gamer (or group slot) from a 3rd group, while you can play only two groups among your seven roster slots on DraftKings.

Group Liquid looked very outstanding recently with a 2-0 begin of the gates. I do not see that changing here. TL looks like they’re playing so loose without needing to pinhole themselves bot lane given that Doublelift is gone. Broxah looks like he’s playing so much more relaxed and he can win through all three lanes. I believe that TL has a pretty significant inequality in the jungle, mid and supp functions particularly so I would target those gamers primarily but I likewise think Tactical is great. As long as Impact simply plays even in the top lane, TL should win this one rather easily.

Leading TL Plays:

This is quickly the best game on paper for this slate. Neither group is a genuine favorite, (FLYs chances are -110) and these teams always play really close matches. TSM looked truly excellent on Friday night taking apart IMT. Spica and Doublelift set up substantial games to propel TSM to a victory. According to FLY’s Twitter, masH will be starting at ADC for FLY this weekend. I am looking at TSM to ride this wave of momentum into this video game and take a win.

EG has actually looked excellent to begin the split, Jizuke has actually been on fire and the entire team has been pretty good on the way to a 2-0 start. That being said, they are playing C9, the very best team in the league, here and this won’t be easy. If EG supports they tend to give up several eliminates but C9 had possibilities on Sunday to break the slate broad open and they couldn’t complete many eliminates themselves. I do like this area for C9 but I’m not going to overdo it.

Leading C9 plays:

Looking at the odds I instantly lean DIG. With a team like DIG you actually have to pick your spots however they can provide out points in the ideal matches. It’s pretty risky I’ll confess but I think they’re quite underpriced here vs CLG. I like Akaadian and Johnsun specifically, I’ll include a few Aphromoo for some more connection however I think a 3 guy is the max I ‘d play here. Provide me a sprinkle of V1per too, I believe that Ruin is way overrated, CLG is wayyy too overpriced on this sort of slate. CLG did look pretty good in their win on Friday but I am going to try and leverage the recency predisposition by playing DIG.

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