Lpl Spring

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After defeating JDG in Round 3, FPX will face RNG in the next round of the LPL Spring Playoffs. It will be one of the most-awaited series of the whole season. Let’s see what we expect going into this series and we’ll also make a prediction to help you understand which team you should bet on.

FPX – Aggression at its Peak


FunPlus Phoenix was on a rollercoaster this spring split. With the whole match-fixing scandal revolving around jungler Zhou “Bo” Yang-Bo , the team had to swap to a total of 3 junglers. The recent return of Gao “Tian” Tian-Liang, however, elevated the team’s overall level once again, taking down JDG in playoffs.

LPL consists of the spring and summer splits, and each season is divided into two parts: regular season and playoffs. The teams that advance to the playoffs will participate in the fierce competition for the seasonal championship and high prize money. The ninth week of the 2021 LPL Spring Split kicked off with an intense series today between LGD Gaming to Rare Atom. While LGD were fighting to earn a spot in the Spring Split playoffs, RA tried.

Royal Never Give Up earned the title of 2021 LPL Spring champions today after defeating FunPlus Phoenix 3-1 in the split’s finals. The Wuhan crowd witnessed four League of Legends games packed. The 2021 LPL Spring Playoffs are just around the corner! Here’s a quick preview of the teams for those who might be out of the loop. Teams are ordered based on their seeding. #10 LNG Esports. A team for which many had few expectations, LNG has far outshone the light predicted of them at the beginning of the split. They most notably took one. LPL Spring 2021 stats; Tournament data; Number of games: 306: Average game duration: 30:44: Average kills / game: 26: Shortest game: 20:16 - OMG vs Top Esports: Longest game: 47:20 - LGD Gaming vs Rare Atom: Game with the most kills: 54 Kills in 32:17 - LGD Gaming vs IG.

FPX relies a lot on the individual players to win the lane with the help from the jungler. Jang “Nuguri” Ha-gwon is very aggressive and likes dueling with his opponent thanks to his insane mechanics. His goal is to dominate the lane and become an unstoppable 1v9 machine.


On one side, he’s similar to Kang “TheShy” Seung-lo, his fellow Korean top laner. They have common strengths, but also common weaknesses: their aggression can bite them back if it’s too much over the limit. FPX’s goal in this series will be to make sure Nuguri doesn’t get punished too hard…

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Another interesting battle, instead, will be around the bot lane. Lin “Lwx” Wei-Xiangshowed up big time this split, carrying the team on his back when needed. While the team doesn’t usually put all the resources into him, he’s still able to dish out damage in team fights. It will be crucial to see how they will fare against Chen “GALA” Wei, one of the very best in the ADC role.

Liu “Crisp” Qing-Song , on the other hand, will be key for the early-mid game. His roams and setups are fundamental for the team since it enables the jungler to impact more easily the whole map.

Last but not the least, the mid-lane matchup will probably be the most exciting one. Kim “Doinb” Tae-sang & Yuan “Cryin” Cheng-Wei are top-notch players that will be the core of their own team. Even if they might not be the primary carry, their utility will be essential to the team’s success. The meta doesn’t favor mages, but we will most likely see them on champions with strong ultimates like Sylas, Orianna & Viktor.

To conclude, FPX has definitely the tools & players to have a chance of beating RNG. Having said that, RNG’s also have individual strong players and they will surely punish the slightest of mistakes…

RNG – The All-round Team

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Royal Never Give Up was one of the big surprises of the Split: 1st with a 14-2 record and a 78% win rate. Only the runner-up EDG was close to these numbers.

One of the big game changers was in the top lane. In order to accommodate Crying, who became the starting mid laner, XiaoHu decided to role swap in order to keep playing for the team. Role swapping has always been regarded as risky and, most of the time, unsuccessful.

This, however, wasn’t the case for Li “Xiaohu” Yuan-Hao. Not only he managed to role swap, but he also transitioned his champion pools & skills to the top lane. This creates an advantage both individually but also in the draft. He can better exploit the weaknesses in certain matchups, thanks to the experience he got by playing mid.

RNG Roster

The things going for RNG, however, aren’t only about him. In every single role, there’s a top-tier player. From Crying to GALA, who we mentioned earlier, to Shi “Ming” Sen-Ming & Yan “Wei” Yang-Wei: this is a fully stacked roster.

They are fully taking advantage of the meta, playing very standard picks. RNG, though, has insane consistency. GALA & Crying are top-3 in almost every metric. The other players are also around the top 5, meaning that RNG is one of the most all-rounded teams in the LPL… and a strong enemy at the International Stages.

With that being said, my prediction for this series is 3-1 for RNG. As previously mentioned, RNG’s players are technically slightly more skilled. The bigger difference, however, is between the team’s consistency. While FPX can surely bring it to a game 5 if they’re on their A-game, but RNG, as of right now, is undoubtedly the better team.

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Royal Never Give Up earned the title of 2021 LPL Spring champions today after defeating FunPlus Phoenix 3-1 in the split’s finals.

The Wuhan crowd witnessed four League of Legends games packed with action, and RNG fans saw the powerhouse take back their throne two years after their last regional title.

Whereas FPX went through four best-of-five series to reach the finals, RNG directly qualified for the last round due to their first spot in the LPL Spring rankings, but they lost to FPX 3-0 and had to claw their way to the finals through the losers bracket. They successfully reached the finals, though, after wining 3-2 to Edward Gaming.

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Although FPX showed a good performance in the finals today, the RNG players were astonishing. Rather than playing their usually slow playstyle, they displayed relentless aggression in every game, showing they weren’t afraid of taking risks.

RNG jungler Wei took control of the jungle and the topside alongside support Ming, while bot laner Gala was let alone on his lane. Despite this complicated situation, he earned enough farm to build quickly his items and carry his way to the victory with convincing performances during teamfights.

Meanwhile, most of the action was focused on the topside. Xiaohu is the main carry of RNG and Nuguri is a pillar of FPX’s newfound success. Nuguri had a target on his back in each game, but even in this situation, he showed mechanical prowess on Irelia in particular.

In the second game of the series, he single-handedly won the early game by winning a two-vs-one fight on his lane and picking a kill when he got attacked by four RNG players who desperately wanted to shut him down.

It wasn’t enough to claim the victory, though. Nuguri’s flank attempts were systematically stopped by Ming’s crowd control abilities, which prevented him from dealing substantial damage to the enemy team.

Whereas Wei applied much pressure in the jungle and around objectives in every early game, Tian didn’t show his usual dominant playstyle. The jungler who earned six MVP votes in the LPL Spring playoffs often found himself making counterganks on the top lane, but failed to apply pressure on the bot lane, letting Gala gather loads of farm and Ming roam freely around the map.

RNG mid laner Cryin also showed clinical precision with Orianna’s shockwaves and turned the tide of the second game with Ryze. His abilities were well timed during the teamfights, which let him deal monstrous amounts of damage to the opponents.

Overall, RNG showed their best version of themselves in the finals. They often give all of their resources to top laner Xiaohu, but this victory was a true team effort. They proved they’re a threat not to underestimate in teamfights, and that they’re capable of rapidly taking control of a game with early ganks and skirmishes.

RNG also showed they’re still serious contenders despite their star-player Uzi leaving the team last year, and Xiaohu going from mid lane to top lane. His run in this new role started as a meme, but it ended with the LPL Spring title.

This victory gave RNG a ticket to the Mid-Season Invitational, which will take place in Iceland from May 6 to 22. RNG were put in the first pool, which will see them face off against South Korean champions DWG KIA and European champion team MAD Lions. Revoice pro.

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