The laughing stock of the LPL Spring Split continues to impress in their Summertime Split redemption arc. Victory 5 took down BiliBili Video gaming today 2-1.

Leading laner BiuBiu assisted bring his team in battle today. He looked perfect on Renekton, playing the lane oppressively. BLG have been replacing their leading laners in and out between every match this split, so they had concerns finding consistency in that lane when playing versus an in-form gamer like BiuBiu.

The very first game started and ended with the fantastic efforts of BLG’s support Xinmo, who played an outstanding video game on Bard. Bard’s Tempered Fate, together with Zoe’s Sleepy Trouble Bubble, established most of the team’s early kills that quickly snowballed into a match win.

V5 were never provided the chance to flex their teamfighting prowess because they failed early versus the strong single target burst, especially from FoFo on Zoe, who completed the video game with MVP honors and 100-percent kill involvement.

Game two was the complete opposite of the first. BLG revealed just why numerous pundits regard them as the least consistent group in the LPL. Although they prepared a comparable design of structure, the execution was far from best. V5 stayed away from the early aggressiveness from their challengers and flexed their mechanical abilities later on in the video game.

The last video game of the series was the least close. Former KT Rolster top laner Kingen was subbed in for BLG and right away looked to be less in sync with his group. Within the first 10 minutes, Kingen was basically being repeatedly farmed on the island that is the top lane. He found himself with 3 deaths early on and the team was down 5,000 gold at 12 minutes.

This early lead was quickly capitalized on considering that V5 took simply about every neutral goal they could get their hands on. Their early power spike appeared to be overwhelming for BLG, who were then torn to shreds in the last teamfight.

BiuBiu was the MVP of the series. His early lane pressure, especially on his prominent Renekton pick, was necessary to unlocking BLG’s one solid gameplan.

For BLG, the modifications they made over the split break have relatively made no difference in fixing their most damaging problems. Their continuous alternatives during series leave them feeling discombobulated as a group. Without Meteor and Kuro on the team, they no longer have a real identity, which has actually caused them languishing toward the bottom of the LPL ladder when they were favorites to make it to Worlds previously this year.

V5 are now 3-1 in the LPL and will aim to continue their run of remarkably excellent kind next week against Vici Video gaming.