LCS Summer Split Awards

August 29, 2016 | 0 | 1521| |

League of Legends Weekly News Update

29th August 

This was an exciting Summer Split. On the backdrop of the ongoing dispute between Riot Games and several team owners, we saw some exciting matches and now the road to the World Championship is wide and open. Let’s see what happened this week in the LoL and eSports scene.

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LCS Summer Split Awards

What’s a competition without player awards? There were four different awards to give: The LCS All-Pro Team, Coach of the Split, Rookie of the Split, and Most Valuable Player (MVP) awards.

Here are the winners.

North America:

Most Valuable Player

1st Place: Bjergsen – TSM (117 points, MVP+PoG)

2nd Place: Doublelift – TSM (106 points, MVP+PoG)

3rd Place: Reignover – IMT (72 points, MVP+PoG)

Rookie of the Split

1st Place: Biofrost – TSM (111 points)

2nd Place: Inori – P1 (81 points)

3rd Place: Ray – APX (31 points)

Coach of the Split

1st Place: Parth – TSM (79 points)

2nd Place: Reapered – Cloud9 (71 points)

3rd Place: Zikzlol (31 points)

All-Pro Team

1st All-Pro Team:

Kevin “Hauntzer” Yarnell – Top, TSM (87 points)

Yeu-jin “Reignover” Kim – Jungle, IMT (105 points)

Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg – Mid, TSM (113 points)

Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng – ADC, TSM (105 points)

Vincent “Biofrost” Wang – Support, TSM (87 points)

2nd All-Pro Team:

Seung-hoon “Huni” Heo – Top, IMT (67 points)

Dennis “Svenskeren” Johnsen – Jungle, TSM (46 points)

Eugene “Pobelter” Park – Mid, IMT (58 points)

Zachary “Sneaky” Scuderi – ADC, C9 (59 points)

Zaqueri “Aphromoo” Black – Support, CLG (76 points)

3rd All-Pro Team:

Eon-yeong “Impact” Jung – Top, C9 (37 points)

Joshua “Dardoch” Hartnett – Jungle, TL (27 points)

Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen – Mid, C9 (47 points)

Jason “WildTurtle” Tran – ADC, IMT (46 points)

Adrian “Adrian” Ma – Support, IMT (38 points)

Europe

Most Valuable Player

1st Place: Trick – G2 (110 points, MVP+PoG)

2nd Place: Mithy – G2 (48 points, MVP+PoG)

3rd Place: Night – GIA (38 points, MVP+PoG)

Rookie of the Split

1st Place: Night – GIA (86 points)

2nd Place: Mikyx – SPY (84 points)

3rd Place: Maxlore – GIA (43 points)

Coach of the Split

1st Place: Yamatocannon – SPY (79 points)

2nd Place: Youngbuck – G2 (36 points)

3rd Place: Pr0lly – H2K (34 points)

All-Pro Team

1st All-Pro Team:

Martin “Wunder” Hansen – Top, SPY (89 points)

Kang-yun “Trick” Kim – Jungle, G2 (99 points)

Gun-woo “Night” Na – Mid, GIA (71 points)

Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen – ADC, G2 (97 points)

Alfonso “Mithy” Aguirre Rodriguez, Support, G2 (102 points)

2nd All-Pro Team:

Kiss “Vizicsacsi” Tamás – Top, UOL (36 points)  

Jonas “Trashy” Andersen – Jungle, SPY (49 points)

Luka “Perkz” Perković – Mid, G2 (69 points)

Kasper “Kobbe” Kobberup – ADC, SPY (44 points)

Mihael “Mikyx” Mehle – Support, SPY (69 points)

3rd All-Pro Team:

Lennart “SmittyJ” Warkus – Top, GIA (32 points)

Marcin “Jankos” Jankowski – Jungle, H2K (30 points)

Chres “Sencux” Laursen – Mid, SPY (39 points)

Martin “Rekkles” Larsson – ADC, FNC (29 points)

Oskar “Vander” Bogdan – Support, H2K (18 points)

TeamSoloMid is the NA LCS Summer Split Champion

TeamSoloMid defeated Cloud 9 3-1 yesterday Sunday and won the 2016 NA LCS Summer Split. TSM advance to the 2016 League of Legends World Championship as North America’s first seed. They are also the only team worldwide who have attended every single World Championship!

29-08 TSM

G2 eSports win the EU LCS Summer Split

G2 eSports is Europe’s first seed in the World Championship after defeating Splyce yesterday 3-1. This is the second straight split win for G2 eSports.

29.08 G2ESPORTS

World Finals Teams

We still have the Regional Qualifiers before we know all the teams that will take part in the 2016 World Championship, but Riot Games has published a graphic with all the qualifying team so far. Seeding will be determined after the RQ are over, whereas each team’s pool will be drawn live during the Worlds Group Draw Show on September 10.

29.08 World Teams

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