Eight games were played over the two days of week two, and each team has played 7 games total in the Summer Split. Counter Logic Gaming showed better teamwork and overall play this week with the two victories, putting their record at 4-3 and placing them in a four-way tie for second place with TSM Snapdragon, Vulcun TechBargains and Team Coast.
TSM Snapdragon beat Velocity eSports in the first game TSM Snapdragon’s TheOddOne has played against his little brother Maplestreet. AD Carry Wildturtle pulled off some impressive plays in that game, including a long range kill at an opposing champion sitting in his own base with Caitlyn’s ultimate ability, Ace in the Hole.
Team Dignitas played a second game against Team Coast and won the rematch in a safe, yet decisive victory. Team Curse finally secured a second win after falling to Vulcun TechBargains again. Team Curse played against Team Dignitas and pulled off a victory with a global ultimate heavy team composition, reminiscent of TSM Snapdragon’s strategy used during the second season. Team Curse ended the week in seventh place with a record of 2-5, while Team Dignitas currently stands in sixth place at 3-4.
Velocity eSports continued to struggle in the second week. Although they showed a new strategy by using the champion Lissandra as a Support role, they could not secure victories against TSM Snapdragon or Team Coast.
The next NA LCS game starts on June 28 at 5:30 p.m. PST when TSM Snapdragon takes on Team Dignitas. The game will be broadcasted live at the Major League Gaming Spring Championship in Anaheim, Calif.