The group won and extended their winning-streak to six nonetheless.

Uncommon Atom’s toplaner Cube’s death to minions was the emphasize of the series they won over eStar earlier today, throughout the seventh week of the 2021 LPL Spring Split.

In the first game, Cube carried out a dive in a one vs. one on Jayce versus eStar toplaner zs’ Gnar on the lane and prospered in eliminating zs under the turret. Cube received 3 turret hits at the same time, however, and ended in the middle of a minions pack.

Although the fight looked lost for Cube at some time, he concealed in a bush and began his back to his Foutain. Everyone thought he would make it even with couple of HP left. But one varied minion reversed and went to his bush without Cube seeing it. It landed the last hit that unexpectedly eliminated the toplaner.

Every once in a while, minions make the spotlight in official League of Legends matches by landing the last hit on gamers or neutral objectives that can reverse the video game’s outcome.

In this case, however, this kill wasn’t enough to turn the tide. RA quickly acquired the edge over their opponents and snowballed their method through eStar’s Nexus in spite of a well balanced early video game.

Related: Here are the 2021 LPL Spring Split standings

The second game went basically the exact same method as the very first one: eStar players stood their ground in the early video game, even getting some kills utilizing effective rotations from midlaner Insulator and jungler H4cker, however they lost the lead after failed teamfights around the neutral objectives, ultimately allowing RA gamers to get the success 2-0.

The victory brings RA’s score to 7-3 and pushed the players into the LPL’s top 4. They showed solid efficiencies after the break by winning their three last series, extending their winning streak to six.

It will not be simple to keep those wins going, nevertheless, given that they’ll deal with off vs. FunPlus Phoenix next Saturday, on March 6 at 3am CT. eStar, on the other side, will go versus JD Video gaming next Friday, on March 5 at 3am CT