[Update] 2017 LPL Spring Playoff-tology | lpl spring 2017 – Vietnamnhanvan

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Important clashes will determine the top team in Group B (刘一村,Indiana Black)

In the final week of the LPL regular season, a few LCS-loyalists dare to glance in on the once second-most competitive League of Legends region in preparation for playoffs. LPL has fallen off in the last two years, but it remains a stalwart competitor on the global stage, racing alongside the North American and European LCS for recognition behind Korea.

Many Korean favorites returned to the LCK in the recent offseason. The top teams lack more Western-friendly faces, making the LPL more mysterious than it has been since 2015. The playoff rules also differ from LCS, making it all the more daunting to crack into.

So far, only five teams have qualified for an eight-team playoffs, and only one team has locked in their position. The stakes of the final week are high, and the match results will be paramount.

Playoffs format

The bracket for playoffs according to the LPL’s current standings (Indiana Black)

Eight teams make playoffs, and four teams will drop to Promotion. Each match is best of five. The top four teams from each group will make the playoffs in a staggered order, with special rewards for each seed. So far, Royal Never Give Up are the only team locked into a position, getting a bye directly to the semifinal.

The first round pits third and fourth place teams from Group A and B against one another. The third place team gets a one match advantage going in, meaning they only have to win two games to advance, while the fourth place team will have to win three. In the quarterfinal round, the second place team from each group will face the winners from the first round. Following the semifinal, the finalists will play in Nanjing on April 29.

As for the last two teams in each group, the sixth place teams will play each other in best-of-fives. The winner of this set will advance to the next round of Promotion Tournament, while the loser will forfeit their spot in the LPL.

This means the fifth place spot gives teams a much more comfortable position, as the winner of the best-of-five match between the fifth place teams will have a position in the LPL for the Summer Split, while the loser advances to the next round of Promotion.

Playoff-tology

Group A

6. LGD Gaming: 3-11 (11W, 22L)

Best possible placing: 6th
Worst possible placing: 6th

Week 10 matches: Invictus Gaming, Snake Esports

The final week will feature a key match between LGD Gaming and Invictus Gaming (Indiana Black, 刘一村)

Following a sloppy and irreverent 100% win rate first pick Kog’Maw series to finish Week 9, LGD Gaming doomed themselves — not only to Promotion, but to sixth place. That’s good news for everyone else in their group, but but bad news for fans of the talented Wei “GodV” Zhen, Gu “imp” Seungbin, and Chen “pyl” Bo. This trio has headlined LGD Gaming since 2015, when they were pitted as one of the top three teams at the World Championship and collapsed unceremoniously in the Group Stage.

What has gone so wrong with LGD? Regardless of who coaches the team, they seem to play the same way, reflecting a potential lack of authority outside the players. That could well mean that the players themselves have lost motivation, but won’t give up their grip on draft or commitment to playing around a hyper carry ADC. This roster has struggled through many hardships. It may finally be time to break up LPL’s longest-standing trio.

5. Snake Esports: 6-8 (14W, 18L)

Best possible placing: 3rd
Worst possible placing: 5th

Week 10 matches: Oh My God, LGD Gaming

Snake’s story is one of the most cringe-worthy of the split. They made several role swaps and roster changes to try to get their trilingual roster to function in the absence of recently-retired support Xia “JieZou” Heng. Yang “kRYST4L” Fan finally snuck back onto the team as a support, and it’s still not completely clear whether they plan to stick with Park “TANK” Danwon and Wan “Mint” Kun or Liu “Zzitai” Zhihao and Oh “Ohq” Gyumin.

The latter configuration had a monumental finish to Week 9 against Invictus Gaming (Zzitai is now 3-0 against the team he played for loyally since 2012), one of the strongest teams in the group. Despite Zzitai’s and Ohq’s inconsistencies, this seems like the best roster to develop, and it may provide the best chance against Oh My God, especially if they make their 1-3-1 work, as OMG have struggled against 1-3-1 compositions in the past.

To take the coveted third spot, Snake have to 2-0 both their matches, hope OMG drop 0-2 to Invictus Gaming, and then beat OMG in a best-of-three tie-breaker. Alternatively, Snake can best both OMG and LGD and hope OMG and LGD defeat iG for a route with less hassle. To latch onto fourth place, they may only have to beat LGD and hope for IM’s defeat at the hands of RNG. If Snake make playoffs, this will be the first split they have made a turnaround rather than taken a nosedive during regular season.

4. I May: 7-8 (16W, 20L)

Best possible placing: 3rd
Worst possible placing: 5th

Week 10 matches: Royal Never Give Up

With only one match this week — and against the number one team in the group — things don’t look good for I May’s playoff chances. With a change in jungler (and occasionally support) and the loss of analyst Huang “FireFox” Tinghsiang to RNG, I May have declined. Initially, their strong drafting gave them an advantage, but RNG will want revenge to end their split, and I May’s understanding of the meta has waned.

For most of the split, I May relied upon gimmicks like high wave clear compositions or kill bottom lanes. While their top laner, Shek “AmazingJ” Waiho, has continued to perform well, the team has only a fragmented sense of strategy.

If I May do defeat RNG, they will most likely focus on sticking to side lanes and using Teleport flanks to their advantage. Then Snake and Invictus need to have horrible weeks, but as both play against LGD Gaming, and LGD Gaming only have three series wins to their name in nine weeks, it’s a long shot.

3. Invictus Gaming: 7-7 (19W, 16L)

Best possible placing: 2nd
Worst possible placing: 5th

Week 10 matches: LGD Gaming, Oh My God

Barring LGD Gaming making a Herculean effort now that none of their matches can save them, Invictus Gaming should feel secure about their playoff chances. Despite not being able to start their prodigy AD carry, Yu “JackeyLove” Wenbo, for yet another split, their strong solo laners, Lee “Duke” Hoseong and Song “Rookie” Euijin, and near-rookie support Wang “Megan” Liuyi, keep the map spread out and focused.

At times, iG have struggled to close games, tunneling on Baron fights when they could siege turrets effectively. Their match against OMG will be one of the most exciting of the week with the explosive Chen “World6” Yutian looking for openings to cut down iG’s mid lane momentum. Invictus Gaming should ward jungle entrances, look for a strong top lane matchup, and consider a lane swap away from Han “Smlz” Jin to look for the sought-after quarterfinal bye.

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2. Oh My God: 8-6 (18W, 14L)

Best possible placing: 2nd
Worst possible placing: 4th

Week 10 matches: Snake Esports, Invictus Gaming

Oh My God stand in the way of Snake Esports’ playoff hopes (Indiana Black, 刘一村)

The other all-Chinese team in LPL has complete control of their fate, as they play their steepest competition for second place in their group. Group A has been incredibly competitive after Royal Never Give Up, so OMG’s matches will be illuminating.

OMG have had one of the most exciting stories of the LPL this year. They chose to stick with nearly the same roster for a year and a half, only switching out the jungler for World6. The organization has a lot of pride in having raised most of their roster from within and brought the squad up from relegation level to a team capable of beating the best of the LPL in a best-of-three.

Not only did OMG’s roster improve, but their strategy refined over time. Halfway through the season, they seemed to ignore side wave management, but they bested Royal by paying careful attention to their execution of a 1-4 setup with Shen. Snake might be their harder matchup as a result, as they’re slightly less predictable and have played their best when they focus on keeping their solo laners split-pushing.

1. Royal Never Give Up: 12-3 (25W, 11L)

Best possible placing: 1st
Worst possible placing: 1st

Week 10 matches: I May

In the first week of the LPL, Royal Never Give Up found themselves 0-2’d and utterly defeated by I May in both draft and map play. As the weeks unfolded following the Chinese New Year break, however, both teams diverged. RNG rose to the top of the group, and I May dropped lower and lower as gimmick after gimmick dried up.

Firefox has an opportunity to best his old team as a final farewell to Group Stage, but RNG have had a few rough edges. In their match against OMG, the team appeared more uncoordinated on the map than they had in a long while, with Li “Xiaohu” Yuanhao sticking to mid lane instead of trying to match Hu “Xiyang” Bin’s Shen in side lanes until he snowballed too completely.

The best method against RNG is drafting two strong lanes and looking to farm ahead of Liu “Mlxg” Shiyu for early skirmishes. I May have demonstrated before that they can pull it off, but it’s up to RNG if they want to end by making a statement.

Group B

6. Game Talents: 4-11 (10W, 25L)

Best possible placing: 6th
Worst possible placing: 6th

Week 10 matches: Newbee

Game Talents weren’t expected to perform well, and they didn’t. That should be the end of the story, but promising rookies like Chen “West” Long and Liang “Xiaoyu” Jian shouldn’t be forgotten. If Oh My God’s rise this split has taught us anything, it’s that one shouldn’t quickly dismiss a young player with talent before he has a chance to develop in a competitive setting.

As a team, Game Talents are now locked into a collision course with LGD Gaming. Their low level of coordination and inexperience makes it likely they’ll finish their first match in the Promotion Tournament as an LSPL team. They can leave a strong impression on Newbee with Xiaoyu’s somewhat creative pathing and a few showy plays across the map.

5. Vici Gaming: 5-9 (13W, 20L)

Best possible placing: 4th
Worst possible placing: 5th

Week 10 matches: EDward Gaming, Team WE

Vici Gaming sit tied with Newbee in series wins, but they have steeper competition in the final week. The top two ranked teams in Group B stand between Vici and a secure playoff spot, but they have stronger chances for success than one might expect.

If Vici Gaming want to make playoffs, they may have to best EDG, one of the toughest teams in Group B (Indiana Black, 刘一村)

Team WE have drafted weaker lanes in recent weeks, and one of Vici’s greatest strengths has been their draft phase. If they can set up strong matchups and catch Xiang “Condi” Renjie on his invades, they might take out WE. EDward Gaming’s bot lane focus will play to Vici Gaming’s solo lane strengths as long as Bae “Bengi” Seongwoon can match Zhao “Fireloli” Zhiming, and matching happens to be one of his strengths.

Vici still aren’t favored to find themselves in playoffs, but the possibility is strong enough to make their matches worth watching this week.

4. Newbee: 5-9 (15W, 21L)

Best possible placing: 4th
Worst possible placing: 5th

Week 10 matches: Team WE, Game Talents

Newbee found themselves with a surprising boon that happened to confuse them more than bring them luck. With two powerful mid laners signed to their roster, they need to decide which one will give them the best opportunity for success: Yu “Cool” Jiajun, who seems capable of carrying the team on his own with certain champions, or Shin “Coco” Jinyeong, who has so far expressed better synergy with Baek “Swift” Daehoon.

Given Vici Gaming’s relatively difficult competition and Newbee’s one game win differential head start, a victory over Game Talents should be all that’s required for them to secure a playoff spot. If they want to make a statement and ensure Vici can’t catch them (given that Vici owns the head-to-head between these two teams, should it come to that), Newbee can look to unsettle WE. They’ve done it at least once before with strong lane matchups, so a win buffer may not be difficult to attain.

3. QG Reapers: 9-6 (21W, 14L)

Best possible placing: 1st
Worst possible placing: 3rd

Week 10 matches: EDward Gaming

Loaded with rookie players, QG Reapers have returned to the League of Legends Pro League with Kim “Doinb” Taesang as centerpiece and potential candidate for MVP of the league. Despite his off-kilter champion selections, he’s well-regarded for his skill, leadership, and tenacity in helping guide a team of young players to at least top three in their group.

The first place dream could come true for QG if everything falls into place. Unfortunately, they have a difficult opponent in EDG in the final week, and only one match left to play. Their solo lane focused style should naturally work well against EDG, but they need to work on how to trade sides. Wang “Alone” Zijun has finally started to flesh out a more aggressive playstyle, and that could be just enough to keep EDG’s bottom lane at bay.

2. EDward Gaming: 10-4 (22W, 13L)

Best possible placing: 1st
Worst possible placing: 3rd

Week 10 matches: Vici Gaming, QG Reapers

Even with a perceived heavy downgrade in talent, EDward Gaming have remained in contention for the top of the league. Under new leadership in Tian “Meiko” Ye, EDG still play similarly to the way they did last year with Ming “Clearlove” Kai at the helm. After taking down Team WE in Week 9, they look nearly unstoppable, using Lee “Scout” Yechan’s laning to channel advantages into the bottom lane and fell turrets quickly.

Though Team WE, the current first place team in Group B, have an easier schedule before them than EDward Gaming, the multi-year dynasty leaders should be able to take down their opponents. To close out against Vici Gaming, they shouldn’t allow the game to last long enough for Lee “Easyhoon” Jihoon to control teamfights, and when battling QG, EDG should remain wary of leaving top lane undefended.

1. Team WE: 10-4 (21W, 11L)

Best possible placing: 1st
Worst possible placing: 3rd

Week 10 matches: Newbee, Vici Gaming

This team should have easily been the best team in the league. With a commitment to keeping the same roster and a perceived upgrade in staff with the addition of Yoon “Homme” Sungyoung, WE were set up to top the standings. For a while, they did, besting Royal Never Give Up halfway through the split, enjoying a meta buff to some of the team’s favorite picks, and improving their drafts gave them a massive edge in playing around jungle invades.

Then it went wrong. QG and EDward Gaming have both torn holes in WE by challenging Condi when he invades on weak matchups or simply overpowering WE in laning phase. Newbee and Vici shouldn’t pressure WE too hard, but with Vici’s strong drafting and creative junglers headlining both teams, WE’s descent could well continue.

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EDward Gaming

Edward Gaming

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Grade: C-

This grade isn’t a prediction of how EDG will end up by season’s end. The team has won with weak-looking starting fives on paper — it perfected that last split even with Yuhao “Mouse” Chen as starting top laner — but to compare last summer’s roster to this year’s can only be met with a heavy downgrade. The club lost one of if not the best AD carry in the world, with Kim “Deft” Hyuk-kyu replaced by ROX Tigers’ mid substitute Hae “Cry” Sung-min (now “Zet”) in a move that will probably take a year before bearing fruit. Heo “PawN” Won-seok is gone for good, Lee “Scout” Ye-chan will have an even bigger and more stressful role on the team, and the team’s glaring weak link, Mouse, is still on the roster. Star jungler Ming “ClearLove” Kai might not even be slated to start every game, with substitute Zhao “Fireloli” Zhi-Ming also on the roster.

At least EDG kept hold of world-class support Tian “Meiko” Ye and added one of the best coaches in the world in fellow former ROX Tiger Jeong “NoFe” No-chul.

Team WE

Team WE

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Grade: A

Consistency is important, and an above-average team that keeps its starting five together should receive an A in my book. Team WE appear to be one of the front-runners with the massive shakeups on top for the elite teams in the LPL, and a steady roster that knows how to play and communicate together should help them do well in the spring split. After failing to make it to the World Championships since its infamous quarterfinal series versus Counter Logic Gaming Europe in 2012, the five-year anniversary of the everlasting series might mark the return of China’s inaugural dynasty to the world stage.

Royal Never Give Up

Royal Never Give Up

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Grade: B

Li “Xiaohu” Yuan-Hao (right) celebrates. Provided by Riot Games

Losing Koreans Cho “Mata” Se-hyeong and Jang “Looper” Hyeong-seok will hurt to start out of the year, but the formation of an all-Chinese roster could reap benefits come the end of the season. Mata, the mastermind of RNG’s success last split, has returned to South Korea, and this leaves the other members, Li “xiaohu” Yuan-Hao and Liu “Mlxg” Shi-Yu, in the mid and jungle roles. Ace AD carry Jian “Uzi” Zi-Hao was open and honest about the team’s overreliance on the bottom lane during last season’s World Championships, and RNG will need to do a better job of varying its avenues of attack if it wants to return to Worlds this year without the former world champion MVP at the support role.

Qiao Gu Reapers

QG Reapers

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Grade: A

The champions of the secondary league last year, Newbee Young, now rebranded the QG Reapers, are looking for more than just safety in its first season in the LPL. Kim “Doinb” Tae-sang is back in the main league after his disastrous fallout with Newbee last year and is on the path of redemption following a drop that could have ended his career in China. The team’s “A” rating comes from its coup of a bottom lane in the offseason. Lee “Loken” Dong-wook, formerly of ESC EVER, was on the verge of blossoming into one of the new stars of the LCK, and his support partner, Hu “Cloud” Zhen-Wei, has been regarded as one of China’s most talented homegrown talents, albeit held back through personal issues.

If Loken can adapt to playing with a hybrid roster and Cloud can make a prominent return after a year-long retirement, the Reapers are a team to watch out for in a season where EDG and RNG might have cold beginnings to the split.

Newbee

Newbee

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Grade: C

Gone is Bae “Dade” Eo-jin — maybe he’ll find a new team in the summer of 2017 — and in is a questionable two-headed monster with worries of how much firepower either of the heads possess. The first new mid laner for Newbee, Yu “Cool” Jia-Jun, used to be the poster boy of Chinese League of Legends. Back in 2013, when Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok made his debut at Worlds as South Korea’s MVP, Cool was China’s, and the two split a pair of games in the opening-round group stage. Since then, Faker has three titles, and Cool last season was demoted to a substitute on one of the worst teams in the LPL, OMG. After playing for four years with OMG (essentially his entire career), the new scenery and teammates could do Cool some good in a make-or-break year.

Da-hoon “Swift” Baek, jungler for Newbee. Provided by Helena Kristiansson/ESL

The other mid laner, Shin “Coco” Jin-yeong, enters the squad with a similar storyline: really good a few years ago but stagnant last year, getting benched on a lowly Longzhu team that failed to make the playoffs in either of its splits. Like Cool, a change of teams could bring back the Coco of old, who was regarded as one of the best mid laners in the world during his time on CJ Entus. However, there is also the possibility that, like Dade the year before on Newbee, this is the end of the road for a once top-flight talent.

Invictus Gaming

Invictus Gaming

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Grade: A

Is it safe to believe in Invictus Gaming? Could this be the year both Team WE and iG make it to the top of the LPL and reignite the most famous rivalry in China? It’s still too soon to decide, but iG, at least on paper, did a bang-up job crafting its roster in the offseason. It did the most important thing possible and kept ahold of ace mid laner Song “RooKie” Eui-jin for another year. To aid the superstar mid laner, Invictus signed current world champion top laner Lee “Duke” Ho-Seong, and that gives the team possibly the strongest one-two punch in the solo lanes this split in the LPL.

Things look good for Invictus. Promising young talent mixed with experienced winners, and at the middle of it all is RooKie, one of the better individual players in the world. What possibly could go wrong?

I May

I May

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Grade: C-

It’s hard to give a grade to I May. When it comes to individual talent, the team has gotten better, adding Sung “Flawless” Yeon-jun, a South Korean jungling prospect who had similar buzz around him as Han “Peanut” Wang-ho when the two amateurs debuted around the same time on SBENU and NaJin, respectively. If Flawless can reach his full potential — a large asking for a player who has failed to make a huge impact in Korea and is moving to a hybrid-speaking roster — then I May will have a dangerous weapon that can rival the likes of Mlxg of RNG in terms of mechanics.

The downside, especially when looking at IM, is that this team worked in spite of how weak the lineup worked on paper. I May’s strength was its scrappiness, as it put together victories through wars of attrition and team efforts more than through one player standing out. Fan “Avoidless” Jun Wei was arguably the best player on the team last year, and the addition of Flawless, another imported player, will also bump out Yun “Road” Han-gil, another one of IM’s conductors from last split. All in all, this appears to be a shortsighted transaction period for I May, investing in flash over substance, something which is the opposite of the team’s motto from last year.

LGD Gaming

LGD Gaming

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Grade: C

AD carry Gu “Imp” Seung-bin when he played for the Chinese League of Legends team LGD Gaming. Provided by Riot Games

I don’t know what exactly LGD is doing with its roster. It kept Gu “Imp” Seung-bin, which can only be seen as a plus, but it didn’t do much to upgrade an inconsistent roster that almost — almost — horseshoed its way to the World Championships. At least, if everything else fails, it has the intact core of Imp at AD, Chen “Pyl” Bo at support and Wei “GODV” Zhen at mid lane. As long as GODV stays healthy, Imp is motivated and Pyl can play at a standard somewhat resembling the summer of 2014, this team could contend for a playoff spot from a pure raw skill standpoint.

The team also got a new logo, a dragon now proudly representing the team. We saw how well that worked for Longzhu in 2016, so we’ll see how it works out for LGD here.

Snake Esports

Snake

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Grade: B+

Win or lose, this team is going to be fun to watch. The team sports the unpredictable Chinese/Vietnamese/Korean trio of Li “Flandre” Xuan-Jun, Lê “SofM” Quang Duy and recently acquired AD Oh “Ohq” Gyu-min. Any of these three players can go off — good or bad — at any time, and that’s what makes this Snake team so interesting. Ohq was one of the biggest disappointments in the pro-scene last year; he was expected to tower over opponents in North America, but a lack of comfort in the country and a disjointed team dynamic led to his having little to no impact, leaving the NA LCS with a whimper instead of a bang.

The choice to move to Snake could be a rebirth of his career, one that was expected to be similar to Imp’s before he left for North America. Now, in a league in which Imp resides, Ohq, a firecracker of a marksmen, will want to make people forget about his time on NRG Esports. Flandre might have the highest skill ceiling of any top laner, Chinese or Korean, in the league, and SofM, the Pride of Southeast Asia, will hope to continue his ascent up the ranking of junglers in the LPL. In the middle, hoping to control the chaos of his three psychotic teammates, will be veteran Liu “Zzitai” Zhi-Hao, moving to Snake after four years on Invictus Gaming.

Vici Gaming

Vici Gaming

Summer 2016 RosterSpring 2017 RosterMovementLoongLoongNoneDanDyBengiDanDy leaves, Bengi joinsEasyhoonEasyhoonNoneEndlessEndlessNonecaveMancaveManNone

Grade: C

Show us your moves, Bae “Bengi” Seong-ung. How you view Vici Gaming’s offseason is reliant on your feelings about Bengi and the player he replaced, Choi “DanDy” In-kyu. Both world champions, DanDy is the more proactive of the two, while Bengi has been saddled throughout his career as the Postmates of warding, always showing up where his laners need him to grant vision and protection. The issue for VG is that Bengi, when on a team with proven carries, can help a team reach its full potential with veteran leadership, experienced jungle movements and knowing the map from top to bottom with warding. VG, as it stands now, is a team without an offensive ace, and Bengi isn’t the type of player you put on a team to be a leader in the damage category. The club will need to cross its fingers that the addition of Bengi unlocks something inside Lee “Easyhoon” Ji-hoon to become a top-three mid laner in the league. If not, the signing of Bengi could be a fancy paint job on a car that can’t go more than 10 mph.

OMG

OMG

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Grade: D

OMG is a team in the LPL. Last year, the team was second-worst in the league. This year, the team, pretty much the same, will enter the LPL with the goal of surviving relegation for another season and not falling into the secondary league. The logo is the same, but the teams of old, which challenged the best on the world stage, are gone and buried. The loss of Cool in the offseason was a final goodbye to the OMG of old (yes, I know Hu “Xiyang” Bin is still there), and all we’re left is memories of the past. We’ll always have 2013 and 2014, OMG. Even the year with Uzi in 2015, while dysfunctional, was interesting. Today? Not so much.

Game Talents

Game Talents

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Grade: D

Like OMG, Game Talents is a club looking at the bottom half of the table more so than the top. The team was a surprise in the first part of the summer split before eventually coming down to Earth, and the good times will be hard-pressed to return this spring. GT has the honor of being in a group with defending champion EDG, a well-structured Team WE, promising QG and retooled Newbee and VG. Anything but last place would be a major boon for GT in its campaign to survive in the LPL throughout the year.


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Edward Gaming vs. Game Talents
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LPL Spring Finals 2017: WE vs. RNG


Team WE vs. Royal Never Give Up
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