[Update] NA LCS Power Ranking – Spring Split 2016 | lcs na spring 2016 – Vietnamnhanvan

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With the 2016 North American League of Legends Championship Series starting up very soon – January 16th, to be exact – I thought it would be fun to put together my own Power Ranking for the spring split.

With the 2016 North American League of Legends Championship Series starting up very soon – January 16th, to be exact – I thought it would be fun to put together my own Power Ranking for the spring split. We’ve seen the addition of new organizations such as Echo Fox, Immortals, and NRG eSports, who purchased Gravity, Team 8, and Team Coast, respectively. We’ve also seen roster moves that no one would’ve dared to dream of. Seung-hoon “Huni” Heo and Yeu-jin “Reignover” Kim to Immortals, Yoon-jae “Rush” Lee to Cloud 9, Henrik “Froggen” Hansen to Echo Fox, and of course, the shocking move of Counter Logic Gaming’s face, Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng to long time rival, Team Solomid. We could not of asked for a more exciting off-season.

As the title would imply, I will be going over my personal power ranking of the teams going into the NA LCS this year, along with my reasons for the ranking and how the team’s offseason affected them. Without further ado, here are my 2016 NA LCS Power Rankings.

10) Team Impulse

 

Top Feng   Jungle Procxin beibei Mid Pirean   AD Carry Mash   Support Gate  

Team Impulse’s suffered quite a bit of bad luck in 2015. The team tried to replace support player Adrian “Adrian” Ma with Austin “Gate” Yu. After a disappointing week with the new support, Mid laner Yu “XiaoWeiXiao” Xian was banned for elo boosting. Adrian was called back, and Gate was placed back into his former home, the mid lane. The weakened Team Impulse would still manage to end in third place during the regular split, but would fall to Team Solomid and Team Liquid in the playoffs, ending in fourth. They would later lose in the regional gauntlet to a revived Cloud 9, crushing all chances of them going to the 2015 World Championship.

The misfortune would not stop there. Impulse’s owner, Alex Gu, would try to sell his team’s LCS spot. He would lose four players, including star duo Eon-young “Impact” Jeong and Yoon-jae “Rush” Lee. The only returning player would be Gate, and he would migrate back to the support position. Impulse looked to North American Challenger Wang “Feng” Xiao Feng and Challenger Korean turned LJL player Jun-sik “Procxin” Choi to fill the void left by their top and jungle duo. However, most would agree they won’t fill the hole left by Impact and Rush. How could a North American Top Laner with no competitive experience and a Jungler from a wildcard region ever match up to a World Champion and a solo queue god? Well known ADC Brandon “Mash” Phan and Kim “Pirean” Seyoung, a relatively unknown Korean solo queue player who specializes in assassins, have also joined the squad. Mash has not seen success since his miracle run to the finals of the NA LCS Spring Playoffs in 2013 with Team Coast and has looked rather mediocre since then. However, Pirean could shine considering we’ll be heading into a meta with very strong AD Carries, and what better to counter that than a strong assassin player? 

Despite my high hopes for Pirean, I doubt Team Impulse will see any success this split. They’ll nab a win here or there off the lower tier teams, and they may show a glimmer of hope, but they will not place higher than tenth and they will, sadly, be auto-relegated.

9) Team Dignitas

Top Smittyj Jungle Kirei Mid Shipthur AD Carry Apollo Support KiWiKiD

Team Dignitas is a long standing organization within the North American League of Legends scene. They purchased Rock Solid, a team with many memorable players, such as William “scarra” Li and Michael “imaqtpie” Santana. But that time has long passed, and Dignitas has been rather uninteresting ever since.

The remaining members of the 2015 roster are support Alan “KiWiKiD” Nguyen and mid Danny “Shipthur” Le. KiWiKiD has had problems with his consistency and general level of play while Shipthur’s performance has spiraled downwards since the end of the 2014 Summer Split. If this team had any drive to make it to Worlds, or even Playoffs, they would of dropped both players. Despite, my harsh words, the team isn’t all bad. Dignitas managed to pick up Apollo “Apollo” Price, a player who has done nothing but improve since he was relegated with Team Coast back in 2014. They also imported Lennart “Smittyj” Warkus, a solid German top laner and Thomas “Kirei” Yuen, a star jungler who showed he was a player deserving of a much better team at IEM Cologne in December.

This team displayed a lack of good decision making at Cologne and I honestly just don’t like the line up. The only player I feel can be compared to top players in the NA LCS would be Kirei, and he just isn’t enough to get the team into the top 5. However, as a viewer and fan of the LCS, I wouldn’t count Dignitas out yet. Many thought they would be relegated last year, and yet here they stand.

 

8) Echo Fox

Top kfo   Jungle Hard   Mid Froggen SELFIE AD Carry KEITH   Support Big  

Oh, my love, how far you have fallen. From OGN Finals to fighting to stay out of the relegation tournament. Henrik “Froggen” Hansen is one of the most legendary players to ever touch League of Legends, he was the best mid laner in the world during Season 2, and he was almost one the first foreigners to win OGN Champions Korea. He spent Season 3 being held back by his teammates whose performance had dropped immensely. Season 4 saw Froggen winning his first EU LCS Championship with Alliance, however, his team would later fall to Brazilian Wildcard, KaBuM eSports at the World Championship, stopping any hopes to get into the Playoffs. He would then spend Season 5 fighting to stay out of the relegation tournament with the newly branded Elements. During this time, Froggen would sport stats equivalent of a top 3 mid in Europe, and he most surely would be one had he not migrated to North America this season. Instead of being held back by his teammates in EU, Froggen chose to be held back by his teammates in NA while being paid significantly higher.

Surrounding our Danish all-star, we have the likes of Jeong-hun “kfo” Park, a well known Korean streamer with no competitive experience, Anthony “Hard” Barkhovtsev, a well known North American jungler with shot calling experience, Terry “Big” Chuong, formerly known as “BabyEator,” a support who has been floating around challenger in NA for some time, and everyone’s favorite “motivator,” Yuri “KEITH” Jew. The clear weak links here are kfo, who is untested in competitive waters, and Big, who is clearly in contention for the worst support in the North American LCS. Why you would pick them up for your team when you can get the likes of Billy “BillyBoss” Yu and Alex “Xpecial” Chu, for example, is a mystery to me.

A brighter point of this roster would be KEITH, who everyone has been expecting to get a starting position soon. KEITH has been used by the likes of Team Liquid and Team Solomid to motivate their starting AD Carries to improve, and it has worked well. They would start KEITH over them for a game or two, to see if he could be a better fit for the team, and the starting players would improve immensely after seeing their spot on the team could be at risk. This was most noticeable in Jason “Wildturtle” Tran, who was Solomid’s best performer during the playoffs. However, the fact that KEITH has not been a starter for a LCS team before should not make you think less of him, as he has been the best challenger AD Carry for quite some time and, as mentioned before, is very strong at getting and maintaining a gold lead. Hard is someone else I would of thought to be looked at by more LCS teams sooner. He has shot called for Cloud 9 Tempest is a strong rookie, the problem is that Froggen is another player with a strong voice within his teams, and that could cause conflict when working as a team. Hard also does not stack very well against the other junglers in the LCS. He’ll have trouble against the likes of Cloud 9’s Rush, Liquid’s IWDominate and Dardoch, as well as Team Solomid’s Svenskeren, to name a few.

Another point to touch on, is that Echo Fox sports not one, but two strong European mid laners. Marcin “SELFIE” Wolski will be acting as a sub for the mid lane. However, I highly doubt SELFIE will see any starting time over Froggen, considering that he is the star of the team. So congratulations, Echo Fox, you will be wasting two insanely talented mid laners instead of one.

Well, the more the merrier, I always say.

7) Team Liquid

Top Lourlo zig Jungle IWDominate Dardoch Mid FeniX Youngbin AD Carry Piglet fabbbyyy Support Smoothie Matt

Team Liquid is one of the most prestigious brands in eSports, and they lived up to that name last year by breaking their 4th place curse and ending 3rd in both splits. However, I don’t think they’ll replicate their success this split. They decided to bench well known support Alex “Xpecial” Chu in favor of Andy “Smoothie” Ta, a player whose most remarkable feat was spending a split on a team missing half of it’s roster for the first four weeks of the Summer Split and then being relegated. Now, Xpecial wasn’t exactly performing at his best, but Smoothie is in no way an upgrade to the veteran player. They also suffered the loss of Diego “Quas” Ruiz, who retired after fighting depression and decided to pursue interests other than eSports. He was replaced by former CLG Black top laner Sam “Lourlo” Jackson, who has performed admirably in the past.

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The real question regarding Team Liquid is if Christian “IWDominate” Rivera and Jae-hoon “FeniX” Kim will perform up to LCS standards. Dominate has been plagued with consistency issues and poor decision making, while FeniX has recieved quite a lot of criticism regarding his champion pool. Many argue he has only shown proficiency on Azir, and other control mages, such as Viktor and Lulu. Luckily, if these players falter on stage, Team Liquid can make use of it’s new 10 man squad and sub in rookies Joshua “Dardoch” Hartnett and Young-bin “Youngbin” Chung. Youngbin is a solid korean mid laner and he could definitely beat out FeniX for a starting position, however, I’m much more interested in Dardoch. You see, Dardoch is a very rare thing. He’s an actual North American talent. A player, from North America, who developed his skill in North America, who could actually grow to be one of the best in the region. It’s an exciting thing, truly.

The last point to touch on is Gwang-jin “Piglet” Chae, a world champion and the star player of Team Liquid. Piglet has had attitude problems in the past, but seems to have improved immensely in that regard. He sported the highest KDA last split, a 9.9. He was a top performer, however, according to the Daily Dot’s Jacob Wolf’s very own Power Ranking, Piglet, along has been under performing in scrims. This could spell dark times for Team Liquid considering he was key to their success last split.

6) LA Renegades

Top RF Legendary Jungle Crumbzz Mid Alex Ich AD Carry Freeze Support Remi

The LA Renegades are a newer brand in eSports that have garnered much attention due to the controversy surrounding Co-Owner Chris Badawi and his ban from owning and operating a team during the 2016 season and of course, because of their popular Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team.

The Renegades are a team with a quite a few familiar faces. Agressive jungler, Alberto “Crumbzz” Rengifo,  former star of the Copenhagagn Wolves, Aleš “Freeze” Kn?žínek, and of course, legendary  former Moscow 5 and Gambit Gaming mid laner, Alexey “Alex Ich” Ichetovkin. The Renegades also bring forth two new faces to the LCS, longtime challenger scene support, Maria “Remi” Crevilia and challenger player Oleksii “RF Legendary” Kuziuta.

Much like Echo Fox’s Froggen, Alex Ich is considered one of the best players to grace competitive League of Legends. He was once apart of Moscow 5, Kings of the Intel Extreme Masters, and the Korean Slayers. The team would continue to be showered with success until mid-Season 4, when Alex Ich left the team to pursue better opportunities and a better team environment. Freeze is also a player to keep an eye on, as he was considered one of the best European AD Carries last year and is most definitely deserving of the title, seeing as he carried the Copenhagen Wolves to Playoffs in Spring 2015, however, the team saw relegation during Summer 2015 due to a poor team environment which resulted in many members leaving mid-split. Luckily, Freeze will be well supported by Remi, a player with strong mechanical ability and years of experience in the North American Challenger scene. She has also been called “Madwife” due to her impeccable ability on the champion Thresh, much like the legendary support Min-gi “Madlife” Hong.

Now, after having a look at those promising players, let’s dive into the question marks of the Renegades. Crumbzz has been criticized due to his inconsistency caused by his agression. As a viewer, I have seen him go from possibly the best jungler in North America to one of the worst within a matter of weeks. However, when he does play at his highest level, he is a great jungler, who can perform internationally. Now, we move on to RF Legendary, I’ll get to straight to the point. He is the worst top laner in the North American LCS. But that’s okay, all he needs to do is not die, get farm, let the Europeans carry him, and pray Crumbzz is having a good day, and I’m sure Renegades can do well. However, I don’t like liabilities, that’s why I place the LA Renegades at number six on my power ranking.

5) Counter Logic Gaming

Top Darshan Jungle Xmithie Mid Huhi AD Carry Stixxay Support aphromoo

Counter Logic Gaming are the oldest competitive League of Legends team and the current champions of the NA LCS. Their off season was something many fans would call questionable. The team decided to bench both Eugene “Pobelter” Park and long time star player Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng, who would join rival Team Solomid as soon as he was benched. Replacing them are former Bigfile Miracle and Team Fusion mid laner, Jae-hyun “Huhi” Choi and rookie Trevor “Stixxay” Hayes. We had the pleasure of seeing this team play during IEM San Jose, where they made the finals. During the tournament, Stixxay looked like he could actually be a fine replacement for Doublelift. Sadly, Huhi did not show the same promise. He was rather underwhelming throughout the tournament. Hopefully, Huhi has improved since then, because if he has, the likes of Stixxay, along with his bot lane partner, Zaqueri “aphromoo” Black, who is one of the best laners in the support role, and top lane carry Darshan “Darshan” Upadhyaha, formerly known as “ZionSpartan,” can bring this team to victory.

Another point to touch on, is jungler Jake “Xmithie” Puchero, who was criticized heavily last year for missing quite a few crucial ultimate abilities at key moments. It has something that has been stuck to his name since the middle of the season. However, he has improved immensely and is one of the best supportive junglers in the LCS. He is by no means a weakness in this team, and will continue to be a consistent role player within the team.

4) NRG eSports

Top Impact Jungle Moon Mid GBM AD Carry Altec Support KonKwon

NRG is a new team that bought out Team Coast’s recently earned LCS spot. They recruited former SKT and Impulse top laner Eon-young “Impact” Jeong and former CJ Entus and Jin Air Greenwings mid Chang-suk “GBM” Lee. These two players are some of the best in their position currently and truly make this team what it is. Backing up the team’s star solo laners are rookie jungler Galen “Moon” Holgate, support, Kevin “KonKwon” Kwon. KonKwon had a short stint in the LCS on Team Coast while Moon only has experience in challenger. KonKwon is a player who is rather unnoticeable. He is not very impressive, nor is he as bad as some would say. Moon, however, has been showered with praise as a part of a new generation of North American Junglers. As long as he is prepared for the LCS stage, he should live up to the hype.

Rounding out the roster is AD Carry Johnny “Altec” Ru. Altec has consistently been a top AD Carry in the NA LCS, even on teams that have ended up in the relegation tournament multiple times. During last split, Altec earned the 2nd highest gold per minute at 425 and second highest average gold per game at 16k. He was behind only Doublelift and Bjergsen on those statistics, respectively.

Overall, this roster is strong. NRG spots two impeccable solo laners and an efficient ADC player. However, they may suffer from inferior jungle pressure and ward control due their relatively new jungler and support.

3) Cloud 9

Top Balls   Jungle Rush   Mid Jensen   AD Carry Sneaky   Support Hai BunnyFuFuu

Cloud 9 is a fan favorite among viewers due to their amazing run during Summer 2013, which resulted in a 21-3 record and an NA LCS Championship title. They continued to display dominance in the region until last split Summer 2015, where they ended 7th and only made worlds due their miracle run through the Gauntlet.

Leading this new Cloud 9 is Hai “Hai” Lam, not in the mid lane, or the jungle, but as the new support for Cloud 9. This allows for Hai to continue to shot call and lead the team. Michael “BunnyFuFuu” Kurylo will be acting as a sub for Hai and will help him grow as a support player, while Hai teaches Bunny how to shot call for the team.

Something even more interesting than Hai swapping roles again, is the acquisition of Yoon-jae “Rush” Lee, former jungler for Team Impulse. Being known for his aggression and mechanical ability, Rush is considered the best jungler in North America by many. However, sometimes his aggression can be what costs his team the game. Why Rush is considered better than someone like Crumbzz or Dominate, is that his aggression usually works. His execution of the style is superior to theirs, and he boasts a higher skill ceiling. Speaking of skill ceiling, An “Balls” Le isn’t exactly a top laner I would say has a high one. His performance has dropped from being to the best top laner in NA, to being mediocre at best. He rarely ever wins a 1v1 lane and only seems proficient on Rumble.

Topping off this roster are Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen and Zachary “Sneaky” Scuderi, two very talented carries. Jensen has shown that he has the potential to be one of the best while Sneaky has consistently been one of the best at his position. Sneaky is strong at gaining a gold lead and maintaining it. He has a strong knack for positioning as well, which makes him a consistent damage dealer for his team.

2) Immortals

Top Huni Jungle Reignover Mid Pobelter AD Carry Wildturtle Support Adrian

Immortals is venture capitalist funded organization with a quite the large sum of capital to spend. They’ve imported former Fnatic star’s Seung-hoon “Huni” Heo and Yeu-jin “Reignover” Kim to provide their team with a strong top lane and jungle duo, and they’ve also set up a rather strong supporting cast. Former CLG Mid Eugene “Pobelter” Park is a consistent player who can carry when given the tools to do so. He also takes up very little gold, which results in a strong and efficient player. In the bottom lane, Immortals have recruited former Team Solomid AD Carry, Jason “Wildturtle” Tran and former Team Impulse Adrian “Adrian” Ma. Adrian is one the strongest supports in NA, sporting the highest total assists at 239 and the highest wards placed per minute at 1.44. Hopefully, some of Adrian’s consistency will rub off on his bot lane partner. Wildturtle had a 3.4 KDA, and a 24.2% damage percentage, the some of lowest stats among starting AD Carries. Hopefully, he can shape up, because if he does, this roster might just look immortal.

1) Team Solomid

Top Hauntzer Jungle Svenskeren Mid Bjergsen AD Carry Doublelift Support YellOwStaR

Team Solomid. A team that has always been on top in North America, and doesn’t seem to be coming down anytime soon. The only remaining member of last year’s squad is Danish mid laner, Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg, but, if history tells us anything, he’s all TSM needs. Bjergsen sported a solid 4.3 KDA, the highest creep score differential at 10 with an average of 8.2, and the highest average gold differential at 10 with 160.6 of all NA LCS mid laners last year.

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Sadly, Solomid cannot field Bjergsen in all five positions, however, it’s not as saddening once you see the team that now surrounds the Dane. The likes of star players Dennis “Svenskeren” Johnsen and Kevin “Hauntzer” Yarnell, along with the guidance of former Fnatic Captain and support, Bora “YellOwStaR” Kim, and of course, formal rival and CLG’s all-star AD Carry Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng.

Hauntzer is a top laner you could compare to the likes of Marcus “Dyrus” Hill during his prime. He is a mechanically strong solo laner who knows how to stay alive and how to snowball his lead. Svenskeren is a name many of heard before, and one that played with Bjergsen back in 2013 on Ninjas in Pyjamas. He is an aggressive and mechanically strong jungler. The difference between him and Cloud 9’s Rush would be that Svenskeren’s aggression is more controlled and reliable. I’m sure that Svenskeren will be able to mesh well with his solo laners and help snow ball their lanes. The one thing he must desperately work on is his positioning in teamfights, as shown during IEM San Jose. Other than that, he will most definitely be a top jungler by the end of the Spring Split.

Rounding the bottom lane is truly something out of a drooling TSM fan’s dreams, the bot lane pairing of Doublelift, who led the league in total season kills, and YellOwStaR, a leader who can control Doublelift much like Steve “Chauster” Chau, the man who made Doublelift, once did.

Overall, Team Solomid’s one weakness is their lack of practice time together. They likely won’t look like a championship team going into LCS, but with a roster with this much pure talent, they most definitely will be champions by the end of it.

Derrick “Deressi” Wood is an eSports enthusiast who has no idea what he is doing. His twitter can be found here.

 

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Triple-Kill… CLG (oder jetzt TSM) prescht nach vorne… Quadra-Kill… Der erste Nexusturm fällt… PENTAKILL für Doublelift! Wie lange haben wir darauf schon gewartet? Endliche wieder Gänsehautmomente, endlich wieder spannende Begegnungen, endlich wieder Beschäftigung für die kalten, trostlosen Abende. Die Week 1 der LCS 2016 hält Einzug in Europa und Amerika und verwöhnt uns diese Woche von Donnerstag bis Sonttag mit insgesamt zwanzig spannenden Partien. Während sich das Karussell des LoL-Zirkus in der Vorsaison unablässig drehte und uns mit unzähligen neuen Teams und Spielern beschenkte, machte uns auch Riot-Games selbst mit einer Umstrukturierung der Kluft der Beschwörer, einigen neuen und geänderten Helden und vielen neuen und auf Hochglanz polierten Gegenständen die Aufwartung. Bald wird sich herausstellen, welche Teams ihre Zeit vor dem Start der Season 6 am besten genutzt haben. Willkommen zur ersten Woche der LCS Frühlingssaison (Spring Split) 2016!

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EU LCS Logo 2016 | Season 6 Europäische UnionDie europäische LCS beginnt diese Saison mit einem Paukenschlag: die beiden Halbfinalisten der LoL Weltmeisterschauft 2015Fnatic und Origen – geben sich gleich in der ersten Begegnung des Jahres die Ehre. Doch sollte im ersten Abtasten der Saison ein Spiel mal schief gehen, haben die Kontrahenten noch immer die Chance, in der Rückrunde der Saison auf Rache zu sinnen, denn insgesamt spielt jede Mannschaft zwei Mal gegeneinander. Diese summa summarum 90 Spiele werden auf die nächsten neun Wochen aufgeteilt, danach folgen wie gehabt die Playoffs, um die Vertreter beim Midseason Invitational 2016 zu bestimmen. Auch der zweite Spieltag bringt uns ein paar wahre Leckerbissen an die Bildschirme: die Titelanwärter H2k-Gaming und Origen bzw. Fnatic und Team Vitality treffen in heißen Begegnungen aufeinander. Diese vier Teams belegen in unserem Pre-Season Powerranking der EU Teams die ersten vier Plätze. Die aktuelle Tabelle der EU LCS gibt es hier.

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Spiel #1: Team Fnatic LCS EU 2016 Logo Fnatic vs. Team Origen LCS EU 2016 Logo Origen    1  :  0  
(Startzeit: 14. Jänner,  18:00 MEZ)

Spiel #2:  Team Elements LCS EU 2016 Logo Elements vs. G2 Esports - LCS EU 2016 Logo G2 eSports    0  :  1  
(Startzeit: 14. Jänner,  19:00 MEZ)

Spiel #3: Team H2K LCS EU 2016 Logo H2K vs. Team Giants LCS EU 2016 Logo Giants    1  :  0  
(Startzeit: 14. Jänner, 20:00 MEZ)

Spiel #4: Team Splyce - LCS EU 2016 Logo Splyce vs. Team Unicorns of Love LCS EU 2016 Logo Unicorns of Love    0  :  1  
(Startzeit: 14. Jänner, 21:00 MEZ)

Spiel #5: Vitality - LCS EU 2016 Logo Team Vitality vs. Team Roccat LCS EU 2016 Logo Roccat    0  :  1  
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Spiel #1: Team Giants LCS EU 2016 Logo Giants vs. Team Unicorns of Love LCS EU 2016 Logo Unicorns of Love    0  :  1  
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Spiel #2: Team Splyce -LCS EU 2016 Logo Splyce vs. Team Elements LCS EU 2016 Logo Elements    0  :  1  
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Spiel #3: Vitality - LCS EU 2016 Logo Team Vitality vs. Team Fnatic LCS EU 2016 Logo Fnatic    1  :  0  
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Spiel #5: G2 Esports - LCS EU 2016 Logo G2 eSports vs. Team Roccat LCS EU 2016 Logo Roccat    1  :  0  
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Donnerstag, 14 Jänner 2016, 18:00 MEZ, Erstes Spiel des Tages

Beim ersten Duell der Frühjahrssaison treffen gleich zwei Kontrahenten aus den Top 4 der letztjährigen Weltmeisterschaft aufeinander. Seitdem hat sich einiges getan in der Kluft der Beschwörer: neue und überarbeitete Helden stehen bereit, die Arena zu betreten, der Rift-Herald bewacht die ersten zwanzig Minuten die Behausung des Baron Nashors, unzählige neue Items warten nur darauf, aus den gierigen Fängen der Shopverkäufer gerissen zu werden und die Verfügbarkeit von Wards wurde drastisch verringert. Wir sind gespannt, wer sich an diese Umstellungen am besten gewöhnt hat.

Team Fnatic LCS EU 2016 LogoFnatic: Letztjähriger Frühjahrschampion, 18:0 Rekord in der Sommersaison, unumstrittene Nummer 1 in Europa, international beinahe unaufhaltbar – man kann als Fnatic-Fan nur mit Stolz auf die Errungenschaften der letzten Saison zurückblicken. Allerdings musste Fnatic in der Vorsaison den Verlust dreier Kernspieler kompensieren. Vor allem der Abgang von Teamkapitän YellOwStaR reißt eine nur schwer zu schließende Lücke in den Kader von Fnatic. Sein Nachfolger NoXiAK und der neue Toplaner Gamsu sind vor allem international noch ungeprüft. Dafür zählt Neuerwerbung Spirit für viele Analysten zu den besten Junglern der Welt. Coach Deilor meinte vor kurzem in einem Interview, er musste das Fnatic-Team von Grund auf erneuern. Wie weit er das bereits geschafft hat, wird sich zeigen.

Team Origen LCS EU 2016 LogoOrigen: Es ist verdammt gut, sich in der ersten Challenger Series Saison bereits für die LCS zu qualifizieren. Es ist noch viel besser, die erste LCS Saison bereits für die Qualifikation zur LoL-Weltmeisterschaft zu nutzen. Und es ist beinahe unglaublich, dann auch noch alle Gegner zu dominieren und das Halbfinale zu erreichen. Und wenn dann noch alle Spieler den Angeboten zum Trotz aus Loyalität bis zur nächsten Saison im Team bleiben, ist die Freude der Fans unbeschreiblich. Origen hat keine Abgänge zu verbuchen – lediglich ein Neuerwerb in der Midlane lässt aufhorchen: der deutsche Superstar PowerOfEvil wird diese Rolle gemeinsam mit xPeke besetzen, welcher sich aber mehr ums Management des Teams kümmern will. In dieser Konstellation ist Origen in vielen Prognosen Titelanwärter Nummer 1. 

Prognose: In jedem Einzelduell kann viel passieren. Eine falsche Entscheidung kann zwischen Sieg und Niederlage liegen. Dennoch denke ich, wird Fnatic noch einige Zeit brauchen, um die Chemie zwischen den alten und neuen Spielern aufzubauen. Origen sieht zumindest am Papier sehr dominant aus, der Sieg bei den IEM in San Jose lässt Großes für diese Saison erhoffen. Ich rechne mit einem 0:1 für Origen.

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Team H2K LCS EU 2016 Logo H2K vs. Team Origen LCS EU 2016 Logo Origen
Freitag, 15 Jänner 2016, 21:00 MEZ

Im Gegensatz zu Origen lief die LoL-Weltmeisterschaft 2015 für H2k-Gaming nicht wie erhofft. Nachdem man in eine Gruppe mit den Powerhäusern SK Telecom T1 und Edward Gaming gelost wurde, war die Gruppenphase leider das höchste der Gefühle. Dennoch wurde in der Winterpause alles daran gesetzt, den Kader für diese Saison sukzessive zu verbessern.

Team H2K LCS EU 2016 LogoH2k-Gaming: H2k-Gaming geht mit einem unglaublichen Line-Up an den Start der neuen Saison. Vander und Jankos wurden von Team Roccat geholt, die AD-Carry-Position besetzt jetzt FORG1VEN. Auch der frühere Profispieler PR0LLY steht diese Saison wieder als Coach für H2k-Gaming zur Verfügung. Rechnet man die lange Vorbereitungszeit zum ersten Aufblitzen des Könnens dieses Kaders bei den Intel Extreme Masters in Köln, hat man einen brandgefährlichen Gegner für jedes Team.

Team Origen LCS EU 2016 LogoOrigen: Eine schwere Woche für das Team von Publikumsliebling xPeke. Nachdem man sich am ersten Spieltag mit dem Vorjahressieger Fnatic rumschlagen muss, steht am nächsten Tag bereits der heißeste Gegner für den Kampf um die Krone der Frühjahressaison auf dem Spielplan. Da hilft es dem AD-Carry Niels auch nicht, sich hinter seinem neuen Namen Zven zu verstecken, sondern nur hartes Training, Disziplin und Durchhaltevermögen.

Prognose: Während Origen die erste Woche auf die vermeintlich schwersten Gegner im Rennen um die Frühjahrssaison trifft, hat H2k am ersten Spieltag mit den Giants als Kontrahenten das leichtere Los gezogen. Somit haben die Engländer mehr Zeit, sich auf den harten Gegner einzustellen. Ich rechne mit Origen an der Spitze des Spring Splits, dieses Duell geht allerdings mit 1:0 an H2k-Gaming.

Spielplan und Quoten NA

NA LCS Logo 2016 | Season 6 Nord AmerikaAuch die nordamerikanische LCS hängt ihrem europäischen Bruder in punkto Spannung nicht nach. Die beiden Erzrivalen und Finalisten der letzten Saison – Counter Logic Gaming und Team SoloMid – dürfen ihre zahlreichen Fans in der ersten Begegnung begeistern. Auch hier treffen alle Kontrahenten je zwei Mal aufeinander – was ein Kontingent von 90 Spielen nach sich zieht. Beim zweiten Spiel des ersten Abends, Cloud 9 gegen Immortals, steigen zwei weitere Titelanwärter in die Arena. Ein weiteres Augenmerk ist auf das Team der Renegades zu legen – Support-Spielerin Remi gibt als erste professionelle, weibliche Spielerin ihr Debut in der LCS. Mehr über die Teams und Spieler in der NA LCS 2016 gibts übrigens hier. Nachdem die ersten Matches geschlagen sind, findet ihr die aktuelle Tabelle der NA LCS hier.

Spielplan – NA LCS Woche 1

Spielplan & Ergebnisse LCS NA Spring Split 2016 – Woche 1 | Tag 1

Spiel #1: Team Solo Mid TSM LCS NA 2016 Logo Team SoloMid vs. Team CLG LCS NA 2016 Logo Counter Logic Gaming    0  :  1  
(Startzeit: 16. Jänner, 21:00 MEZ)

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Spiel #2: Team Cloud 9 LCS NA 2016 Logo Cloud9 vs. Team Immortals - LCS EU 2016 Logo Immortals    0  :  1  
(Startzeit: 16. Jänner, 22:00 MEZ)

Spiel #3: Team Dignitas - NA LCS NA 2016 Logo Team Dignitas vs. NRG Gaming - LCS NA 2016 Logo NRG eSports    0  :  1  
(Startzeit: 16. Jänner, 23:00 MEZ)

Spiel #4: Team Renegades - LCS NA 2016 Logo Renegades vs. Team Liquid - LCS NA 2016 Logo Team Liquid   1  :  0  
(Startzeit: 16. Jänner, 24:00 MEZ)

Spiel #5: Echo Fox - LCS NA 2016 Logo Echo Fox vs. Team Impulse - LCS NA 2016 Logo Team Impulse    1  :  0  
(Startzeit: 17. Jänner, 01:00 MEZ)

 

Spielplan & Ergebnisse LCS NA Spring Split 2016 – Woche 1 | Tag 2

Spiel #1: Team Renegades - LCS NA 2016 Logo Renegades vs. NRG Gaming - LCS NA 2016 Logo NRG eSports     0  :  1  
(Startzeit: 17. Jänner, 21:00 MEZ)

Spiel #2: Team Dignitas - NA LCS NA 2016 Logo Team Dignitas vs. Team CLG LCS NA 2016 Logo Counter Logic Gaming    1  :  0  
(Startzeit: 17. Jänner, 22:00 MEZ)

Spiel #3: Team Solo Mid TSM LCS NA 2016 Logo Team SoloMid vs. Team Liquid - LCS NA 2016 Logo Team Liquid     1  :  0 
(Startzeit: 17. Jänner, 23:00 MEZ)

Spiel #4: Echo Fox - LCS NA 2016 Logo Echo Fox vs. Team Cloud 9 LCS NA 2016 Logo Cloud9     0  :  1  
(Startzeit: 17. Jänner, 24:00 MEZ)

Spiel #5: Team Immortals - LCS EU 2016 Logo Immortals vs. Team Impulse - LCS NA 2016 Logo Team Impulse     1  :  0 
(Startzeit: 18. Jänner, 01:00 MEZ)

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Team Solo Mid TSM LCS NA 2016 Logo Team SoloMid vs. Team CLG LCS NA 2016 Logo Counter Logic Gaming
Samstag, 16 Jänner 2016, 21:00 MEZ

Das erste Duell im neuen Jahr ziert ein weiteres Kapitel im ewigen Kampf der amerikanischen Erzrivalen TSM und Counter Logic Gaming. Nachdem der Superstar und jahrelanges Gesicht von Counter Logic Gaming, Doublelift, in der Winterpause seine Dienste dem Gegnerteam anbot, ging ein Raunen durch die League of Legends-Community. Tagtäglich kamen neue Theorien, Anschuldigungen und Gerüchte über den Wechsel zum Vorschein. Vielleicht kann dieses Duell am ersten Spieltag endlich einen Schlussstrich unter diese Debatte ziehen.

Team Solo Mid TSM LCS NA 2016 LogoTSM: Für viele Experten schaffte es Team SoloMid, alle Schwächen der vorherigen Jahre mit diesem Kader auszubügeln. Hauntzer ist neben Darshan die letzte amerikanische Hoffnung an Toplane-Talent. Svenskeren und Bjergsen spielten in Europa bereits zusammen und hatten eine beeindruckende Synergie. YellOwStaR ist eine europäische Legende und führte Fnatic zur Teilnahme an drei Weltmeisterschaften. Doublelift gilt als einer der mechanisch stärksten Spieler weltweit. Sollten diese fünf Spieler innerhalb und außerhalb der Kluft der Beschwörer hinreichend harmonieren, stehen Team SoloMid dieses Jahr auch international alle Türen offen.

Team CLG LCS NA 2016 LogoCLG: Zählt man neben dem Abgang zweier bemerkenswerter Spieler in der Vorsaison die Fakten für Counter Logic Gaming zusammen, bleiben dem Team unterm Strich: der beste amerikanische Toplaner der letzten Jahre, ein solider, von vielen unterschätzter Jungler, ein Midlaner ohne Spielpraxis (in offiziellen Spielen) im letzten Jahr, ein neues AD-Carry-Talent und der beste Supportspieler der letzten Saison. Klingt nach einer brauchbaren Basis für das erfahrene Trainerteam von Counter Logic Gaming. Allerdings wird es diese Saison nur sehr unwahrscheinlich für die Verteidigung des Titels reichen.

Prognose: Seit der Akquisition von YellOwStaR bin ich stolzer Besitzer einer Fahrkarte des TSM-Hype-Expresszuges. Das Team von Counter Logic Gaming hat zwar wie jede Saison viel Potential nach oben, allerdings schaut das Line-Up von TSM zu dominant aus. 1:0 für TSM.

c9 vs immortals LCS NA 2016 Woche1

Team Cloud 9 LCS NA 2016 Logo Cloud9 vs. Team Immortals - LCS EU 2016 Logo Immortals
Samstag, 16 Jänner 2016, 22:00 MEZ

Im zweiten Duell des Tages treten die vielversprechendsten Verfolger von Team SoloMid gleich im direkten Kampf gegeneinander an. Das konstante Spitzenteam von Cloud 9 trifft auf den neuen Stern am Himmel der amerikanischen LCS – die Immortals.

Team Cloud 9 LCS NA 2016 LogoCloud 9: Mit dem Erwerb von Rush auf der Jungle-Position sicherte sich Cloud 9 einen mechanisch starken Spieler und Soloqueue-Gott. Teamkapitän und Shotcaller Hai wechselte an die Seite von AD-Carry Sneaky – ob er als Supporter und Initiator sein Team auf dieser Position genauso gut führen kann wie aus dem Jungle, steht noch in den Sternen. Toplaner Balls gilt für viele Analysten als Schwachstelle des Teams, allerdings favorisiert das Metagame mit der Änderung des Items „Letzter Atemzug“ Tanks in der Toplane und fördert damit genau seine Spielweise. Alles in allem hinterlässt das Line-Up von Cloud 9 einen sehr stimmigen Eindruck.

Team Immortals - LCS EU 2016 LogoImmortals: Es ist für mich unverständlich, wie es dieses Team im Powerranking der renommierten goldper10.com-Seite nur auf den vierten Platz der NA LCS schaffen konnte. Huni, Reignover, Pobelter und Wildturtle konnten sich letztes Jahr national sowie international einen Namen machen, selbst der noch eher „unbekannte“ Adrian besitzt drei Accounts in der Challenger-Soloqueue-Liga von Amerika. Vor allem Huni galt letztes Jahr als bester westlicher Toplaner und stellt die größte potentielle Gefahr im Line-Up der Immortals dar – mit seiner Leistung steht oder fällt das Team.

Prognose: Kaum ein Spiel bereitet mir mehr Kopfzerbrechen als diese Begegnung. Einerseits schaut Cloud 9 sehr konstant und gefährlich aus, andererseits besitzen die Immortals mit Huni die Möglichkeit, ein Team binnen 25 Minuten zu zerlegen. Ich rechne zwar mit einem Abschneiden weit oben in der Tabelle für das Team der Immortals, allerdings gebe ich diesen Punkt aus Synergiegründen noch an Cloud 9 – 1:0.

Über den Autor

Autor Bild TaithArtikel von Daniel „Taith“ Aichinger, IT-Techniker und Student des Lehramtes für Informatik und Mathematik an der Johannes Kepler Universität (Linz), passionierter League of Legends, Hearthstone und World of Warcraft-Spieler. GGWP.


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