TSM Snapdragon won both of their games, beating Velocity eSports and Team Coast. Miscommunication between bottom lane duo Wildturtle and Xpecial hurt TSM Snapdragon. However, top lane player Dyrus pulled through with no deaths, winning his respective lane each game. TSM Snapdragon also took advantage of mistakes made by the opposing team in each game to help them in securing victories. TSM Snapdragon is now tied for fourth place with Team Coast with a record of 6-6.
Team Curse showed better cohesion and rode their momentum from week three. Each game was close, but both Vulcun TechBargains and Cloud 9 showed that they were stronger than Team Curse. Vulcun TechBargains won in dominating fashion over Team Dignitas. Team Curse still sits at seventh place at 4-8, while Vulcun TechBargains is in second place at 8-4.
Counter Logic Gaming showed inconsistencies in a loss against Team Coast. In their second game against Velocity eSports, ADC player Doublelift showed he can play the champion Draven and proceeded to contribute to the team for a victory. Meanwhile, Velocity eSports continues to struggle, as they suffered an upsetting loss to TSM Snapdragon in which Velocity eSports was dominating most of the game. Several mistakes cost the team a loss against Counter Logic Gaming. Counter Logic Gaming is now at third place with a record of 7-5, while Velocity eSports continues to sit at eighth place at 2-10.
Team Dignitas struggled the most as they lost their games to Cloud 9 and Vulcun TechBargains. Team Dignitas’ bottom lane duo Imaqtpie and Patoy had a significant lead in their lane, but could not translate the lane win to a game win as other lanes played inconsistently. Team Dignitas now sits at sixth place at 5-7.
The next NA LCS game starts on July 11 at 1 p.m. PST when Vulcun TechBargains plays against TSM Snapdragon.