Bdd and Ruler were the players who made this reverse sweep possible.

Gen.G reverse swept Afreeca Freecs 2-1 today during the 6th week of the 2021 LCK Spring Split off the back of magnificent efficiencies by Bdd and Ruler.

The series was explosive and included different players bring each video game. While AFS opened up the series with a high-note win, they weren’t able to capitalize in the following games and in the end got reverse swept.

The MVP votes were gotten by Bdd and Ruler for their efficiencies on Syndra and Aphelios. The mid laner utilized Syndra to dominate the 2nd video game laning stage, before wandering to help his teammates. His crowd control and high damage were the main reason Gen.G were able to match the series. In the 3rd video game Ruler used Aphelios to win mid to late video game teamfights and secure the reverse sweep.

The very first game of the series opened with a substantial declaration by AFS. Kiin utilized Jayce to destroy his challengers, doing more damage than the challenger’s group integrated. Gen.G had no answer to a fed Jayce, who was wandering around the map and protecting kill after kill. His efficiency forced Gen.G to ban Jayce in the next games due to his amazing efficiency.

With Jayce off the table, Kiin got Gnar to win the laning stage, but Gen.G were better prepared in the 2nd video game. They managed to remain even in eliminates till the late-game and Bdd’s essential Syndra picks assisted Gen.G get an edge in the last teamfights. Rascal redeemed himself towards the late video game after losing his lane early on and offering AFS a benefit.

Both teams showed that they change well after previous game losses and AFS initially picked the Syndra far from Bdd in the third video game. This exercised rather well with Bdd defaulting to Azir and not having the ability to snowball as difficult as in the second game. On the other hand, Ruler’s Aphelios was unchained as he kept securing teamfight wins for his team. With a Galio assistance to safeguard the fed Aphelios, Gen.G finished the reverse sweep.

Following this triumph, Gen.G (9-3) preserve the 2nd location in the 2021 LCK Spring Split. They have actually been one of the most constant LCK groups this split apart from DWG KIA. Next week their standing will be challenged by Hanwha Life Esports, who are routing them. Tune in on Sunday, Mar. 7 to see who will emerge victorious.