NA League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split Week 7 Results
Shun Fukuda / Jul 30th, 2013 No Comments
[adsense250itp]Week seven of the North American League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split finished off after another undefeated run for Cloud 9 while Vulcun TechBargains had their worst week so far.
Cloud 9 continues to keep their spot in first place at 18-2. Teams have now played 20 games in total and each team played three games in week seven. Vulcun TechBargains still sits at second place but went 1-2, losing games against TSM Snapdragon and Counter Logic Gaming. They dominated their game against Team Coast on Thursday but dropped two games on day two. At 12-8, other teams have a chance to close the gap on Vulcun TechBargains.
Counter Logic Gaming still showed inconsistencies in their play but finished the week 2-1, with victories against Team Dignitas and Vulcun TechBargains. While Counter Logic Gaming used poor team play, mid lane player Link was able to pull the team together for each victory. TSM Snapdragon also showed some inconsistencies but went 2-1, with shaky victories against Team Dignitas and Vulcun TechBargains. The inconsistencies were exposed in a mistake-ridden loss to Cloud 9. Counter Logic Gaming and TSM Snapdragon are tied for third place, each with a record of 10-10.
Team Dignitas played poorly in their first and second game, and took a victory against Team Curse in a mistake-filled game. Team Curse on the other hand played consistently and dominated their first two games against Counter Logic Gaming and Velocity eSports. Team Dignitas and Team Curse are now tied for fifth place, each with a record of 9-11.
Team Coast and Velocity eSports both slumped, racking up mostly losses for this week. Team Coast won a game against Velocity eSports but lost their games against Vulcun TechBargains and Cloud 9. Velocity eSports lost all three of their games, although they showed an early game dominance in all three of their games. Team Coast now sits at seventh place at 8-12, and Velocity eSports continues to linger in eighth place at 4-16.
The next NA LCS game starts on Aug. 1 at 1 p.m. PST when Team Dignitas play against Cloud 9.
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