Hey there LoL lovers and welcome back to RotoBaller’s coverage of LCS for the Summertime split on FanDuel and DraftKings.

Week 4 of the LCS Summertime Split begins with another two-game Friday night slate. Groups are separating themselves from the pack and the teams near the bottom requirement to get into a groove in order to make a playoff push for this split. We see a matchup of two lower-middle groups tonight in the first video game and a match between a surprising CLG team and the reigning champs C9 in the 2nd.

Today I’ll be bringing you my League of Legends suggestions, analysis, and picks, for the four-game LCS slate on FanDuel and DraftKings that locks on Friday, July 3rd at 9:00 PM. Feel complimentary to follow me on Twitter @Governor98. Thanks for reading, now let’s get to the technique and chooses!

Given that LCS contests are being provided on both FanDuel and DraftKings, it is necessary to keep in mind some rates disparities from site to website, however the lineup slots, scoring, and lineup building and construction rules are almost completely similar with the only exception being that FanDuel forces you to lineup a minimum of one player (or group slot) from a third group, while you can play only 2 teams amongst your 7 roster slots on DraftKings.

100T has actually really had a hard time to begin the season and as a result, they have revealed 2 subs for their LCS lineup today. They will be changing their jungle and assistance as Contractz and Poome will sub in for meteos and Stunt respectively. They take on GGS here who have been anything however consistent. Just last week they got beat by IMT’s academy roster and then on the next day beat one of the very best teams in the league in FLY.

In this one, I have GGS winning. If anybody played last year you will understand Contractz, the old GGS jungler, he was among the leading gamers in the league in the death category so I don’t always think he will be an upgrade over Meteos. I have not seen much of Poome however anything is an upgrade over Stunt at this point. I like Closer and Damonte here. I presume that they will be relatively chalky as it will be a popular construct to couple with C9 who is in the next game. This game is the closer of the 2 on Friday but I’ll side with GGS.

Top GGS Plays: Closer, Damonte, FBI, Hauntzer, Huhi, GGS group

Leading 100T Plays (if you prefer): CodySun, Ssumday

The 2nd video game of the night has C9 going up against CLG. C9 has actually certainly dominated on all of their games so far. In the preseason, C9 told various sources that they were most pleased with their scrims with CLG. Just what does that indicate? I’m not sure but obviously I am going to be on the side of C9 here. I think the most popular builds will have Blaber or Nisqy captain as those are the finest positions on the other preferred GGS. Perhaps Zven goes under-owned if you ‘d prefer to fade among Nisqy and Blaber that may be contrarian adequate to get a distinct lineup. Every C9 player is practical simply need to be comfy with the rest of your lineup.

Top C9 plays:

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