LNG Esports controlled Royal Never Quit 2-0 today in the 2020 LPL Summer Split.

Mid laner Huang “Maple” Yi-Tang and ADC Wang “Light” Guang-Yu got the MVP elect their efficiencies on Azir and Ezreal, respectively. Both League of Legends gamers put on a good program for fans to watch and carried their group to triumph.

The first video game was a snoozefest with both groups trading objectives for many of the match. But LNG’s decision and objective priority permitted them to take the Cloud Dragon Soul at around 25 minutes.

Several chaotic fights followed this with no clear winner. RNG maintained a gold lead thanks to remarkable farming mechanics, but it didn’t matter in the long run once both teams had equivalent items.

After RNG took the Baron, their opportunities of coming back into the game rose. However then LNG organized up and lessened RNG’s Baron value.

As Soon As the Senior citizen Dragon generated, both teams ignored the rest of the map and rushed to it to deny it from the opposing team. The battle was close, with both teams losing most gamers in the exchange. RNG handled to protect the Dragon, however LNG won the battle overall.

The video game continued in LNG’s favor due to how strong Light was on Ezreal. Without a clear answer to his poke and superior positioning, RNG lost the game in the end.

Heading into the 2nd game, LNG looked much better prepared while RNG appeared demoralized after losing to a group that ended the last split in 16th location. LNG got an early lead and handled to snowball it into a huge one in just a number of minutes. Early dragon priority exercised in their favor as soon as again, protecting the Mountain Dragon Soul at around 23 minutes.

With the Dragon Soul under their belt, LNG were unstoppable and went to take the Baron. After acquiring both enthusiasts, they went to press RNG’s base and ended the game without any problems.

LNG’s next match is versus the Spring Split novices, eStar, who went far for themselves by holding the leading spot in the regular season standings for several weeks. You can tune in to the main Riot Games LPL channel next Friday, June 19 at 8am CT to see if LNG have what it takes to beat perhaps a much better team than RNG.