Game 1 first pick - Blau. SoHwan Shen Umti Jarvan IV Grace Ryze Teddy Jhin SnowFlower Trundle. Blau - first pick. Jayce Khan Sejuani. Sieh dir den Clip von LCK mit dem Titel „LCK Finals: Longzhu Gaming vs. SK telecom T1“ an. Longzhu Gaming hat den Summer Split in der LCK gewonnen. Das Team um die weltbekannte Bot-Lane PraY und GorillA schlug.
Peanut enhances Longzhu's strengths, but weaknesses remainGame 1 first pick - Blau. SoHwan Shen Umti Jarvan IV Grace Ryze Teddy Jhin SnowFlower Trundle. Blau - first pick. Jayce Khan Sejuani. Sieh dir den Clip von LCK mit dem Titel „LCK Finals: Longzhu Gaming vs. SK telecom T1“ an. Nach Samsung Galaxy wurde mit dem amtierenden LCK-Champion Longzhu Gaming ein zweites Top-Team der besten League of.
Longzhu Gaming Pillars of the top lane VideoLZ vs. SKT - Finals - LCK Summer Split - Longzhu Gaming vs. SK telecom T1 (2017)
That miniscule lead would evaporate as Longzhu managed to slay Baron, thanks in part to an earlier teamfight that saw two members of Jin Air die in the mid lane at the minute mark.
Longzhu didn't waste time and pushed the mid lane, aced Jin Air and ended the game just before 30 minutes. Jin Air opted to make some draft changes in Game 2 and went with an early-game composition with pick potential, and Longzhu drafted similarly to Game 1.
The early game saw a fair amount of fighting, but Longzhu ended up on top due to a slight kill lead through 20 minutes. The game fell into a stalemate until Longzhu turned around a teamfight and took out four members of Jin Air before grabbing the Baron at the minute mark.
But Jin Air stood tall in the face of adversity, first sneaking a Baron of its own before securing a pivotal Elder Dragon near the 36th minute.
After finally regaining some control, Jin Air slowly broke into the Longzhu base and managed to even the series after winning a 4-for-1 teamfight close to the minute mark.
It certainly seemed as if Longzhu was cognizant of its issues in Game 2. Jin Air tried to skirmish frequently throughout the early game, but its lack of power without items was evident as Longzhu managed to win every fight without any casualties.
Longzhu built up momentum in the first 20 minutes and gathered a 5,gold lead without giving up any kills. This gave them eighth place in the season, allowing them to escape relegations.
The team competed in the Spring Split but they ended in 7th place with a record of , only enough to escape relegations again. Longzhu then retooled the roster, with only PraY and GorillA remaining from the spring team.
They added former CJ Entus mid laner Bdd and little-known top laner Khan , as well as promoting jungler Cuzz to a starting position. In the Summer Split , Longzhu performed excellently, claiming 1st place with a record of , and giving them the number one seed in the playoffs.
There, they shocked the world by defeating three-time World Champions SK Telecom T1 in the finals, due Longzhu's incredible plays and Khan's ability to carry.
This guaranteed them a spot in the World Championship as Korea's second seed and as heavy favorites to win the tournament. However, despite their efforts, Longzhu was swept by eventual tournament winners Samsung Galaxy in the quarterfinals, ending their run.
They then advanced to the finals where they met KT Rolster. In an exciting five game series, it seemed that Longzhu was going to win but KT, having not won anything in , turned the tables in their favor and defeated them , and Longzhu ended in second place in the tournament.
Nevertheless, Longzhu was hailed as a powerful team in Korea. On January 7, , Longzhu's acquisition by Chinese company Kingzone was announced, but at the time no new name for the team was given.
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LLE Intel Arabian Cup PG Nats. ELF Season 2. GL2D Winter Playoffs. Volcano Cup Saying the 10 players on Longzhu are skilled would be an understatement.
The team has a diverse collection of veterans, players in their prime and up-and-coming talent transitioning from the amateur scene. Nine of Longzhu's 10 dragons are in the top of Korea's cutthroat Challenger ladder.
The main issue with Longzhu for the first half of the season was the lack of stability. Although LZ treated the first nine matches of the split as a training period, the players were never able to find a starting five that clicked.
Fury didn't help matters by being suspended then -- over a contract tampering issue -- and only returning in the match against the league-leading ROX Tigers that ended in a swift loss.
Whenever one lineup had gotten the hang of playing together, LZ would switch things up. And rather than one of the starting fives pulling ahead of the others or completely blowing up , they all seemed to do well enough to deserve another shot down the line.
It's been a battle between two of South Korea's all-time greatest at the role. Flame was the undisputed best during and early , but has struggled with trying to find that peak form again, bouncing from Korea to China and now back to his home country.
Both longtime stars have had resurgent seasons, and they've repeatedly been the backbone of LZ's wins.
Expession has performed better in the laning phase and shown a slightly deeper champion pool. Flame can take over games if he gets a small advantage early and can lean on his Gangplank, Fiora and Ryze performances.
Expession has been stoic and stable in his efforts. Flame has been explosive and consistently improving. His maverick style was supposed to be one of the cornerstones to LZ's success, but Chaser's play has been chaotic.
One game he looks like the ace player we expected, making smooth, decisive ganks in the early-game and getting a massive lead for his team.
And in the very next game he can look like a deer in the headlights, trapped in the enemy jungle in the first two minutes, giving up first blood.
Just like his club, Chaser is gifted but erratic. He either plays like the best in the world or a solo queue jungler who doesn't work alongside his team.
And here's the issue: Unlike other positions where the players complement each other, LZ's junglers are like father and son.
Lee "Crash" Dong-woo, the other jungler on the roster, should be called Chaser Jr. He's one of the best jungler prospects to come down the Korean pipeline in quite some time, and his raw talent is up there with the best players at the.
He can take over games with his aggressive style of invading. But exactly like Chaser, Crash sometimes put his brawn in front of his brain.
He'll pick up a triple kill with a phenomenal converge in the top lane and then needlessly die 30 seconds later trying to grab the enemy's red buff.
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