Hanwha Life Esports dismiss DRX with Chovy leading the charge in 2021 LCK Spring Split|Dot Esports
The 19-year old mid laner helped his group recover from the verge of a loss.
Hanwha Life Esports dethroned DRX 2-0 today during the 6th week of the 2021 LCK Spring Split with Chovy leading the charge in the mid lane.
The match up was hyped up thinking about the recent upstanding efficiencies from both teams. Chovy was wanting to get vengeance against his former team, while Pyosik was looking to prove that he can lead a team of rookies to a leading three standing. The series was extreme and revealed fantastic flexibility from the HLE squad, who handled to come out ahead and claim the third location standing.
The first video game of the this League of Legends series was a bloodbath with lots of early game skirmishes across the map. While different members were selecting up the eliminates from DRX, Chovy was getting all of them from HLE. This pertained to bite the rookie DRX line up once the teamfights began given that Chovy was carrying them alone with his exceptional Lucian mechanics. After HLE got the Senior Dragon buff, they’ve demolished their opponents and closed out the first game.
Following the terrible performance from Chovy’s Lucian, it was prohibited straight-away in the second match. He defaulted to Renekton and had an impressive performance as soon as again, out farming his challenger and unleashing havoc around the map. With the confidence boost from the very first video game win, HLE acquired early leads and snowballed out of control, prior to completing the video game in 29 minutes.
Following this triumph, HLE (7-4) climb to 3rd location in the 2021 LCK Spring Split, while DRX dropped to fourth. HLE will be back on the Rift next week with 2 match ups against Nongshim RedForce and Gen.G.