The quarter-finals of the 2022 League of Legends World Championship, which saw JDG’s clear victory over Rogue, are proving truly spectacular. In fact, in the last two days they were held T1 against RNG and the highly anticipated South Korean derby between DWG KIA and Gen.G.
Let’s start with Faker’s T1 victory against Royal Never Give Up. The battle between the two legendary organizations was particularly heated, but in the end T1 dominated the series with a convincing 3-0. The whole series was always decided in the early game, with an Oner always on the lookout for every opportunity to be exploited. His performance clearly surpassed that of rival Wei, both in terms of farm and overall impact on the map.
In the second match, the Chinese jungler tried to respond, giving Breathe a very useful opening advantage. To be honest, it looked like the second fight was in the hands of the RNGs. The T1s kept their nerve, however, and controlled the disadvantage as best they could, finally managing to get the better of some sensational and necessary clashes for the Koreans. The third game, on the other hand, was a “fiesta” that saw T1s destroy RNG.
However, the quarter-final between DWG KIA and Gen.G is already considered by many fans as the best series of the year, with a reverse sweep avoided by Chovy and associates. What could have been a 3-0 for Gen. G has progressively become a very close clash, with a incredible recovery by ShowMaker and companions. Canyon has tried to wow viewers multiple times with Kayn, picked up in Game 1 and Game 5 after being banned in Game 2 and Game 4.
Once again, however, Yuumi proved too strong a champion to be left in the hands of the opposing team: think that in the second match he guaranteed cures for 14,865 points! L’Aphelios di deokdam it has always proved dangerous, so much so that perhaps it was the pick that allowed DWG KIA to reach their opponents at 2-2. In the decisive game, however, Gen. G managed to stop the enemy ride thanks to a stellar performance by Chovy, Ruler and Peanut.
In short, if you are passionate about esports and League of Legends, you have to recover the match between DWG KIA and Gen.G, probably the series of the year to date.
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