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Joins LDLC
February 10, 2018
LDLC has announced the signing of young French star LOGAN, due to the departure of in-game leader Ex6TenZ.
ANALYSIS
LDLC is looking to revamp their roster following the departure of the Belgian in-game leader, Ex6TenZ, due to a year and a half of lackluster results. The 19-year-old has played mostly local and lower-tier tournaments during his year-and-a-half of competition, with a steady 1.08 rating. LOGAN has stirred up the pot as one of the top prospects in the French scene, granting him a spot in the active LDLC roster. "I decided to accept the LDLC proposal because I think they will allow me to flourish in an environment that is new to me. It was a difficult decision to leave my teammates, they trusted me and allowed me to progress during the last 6 months," LOGAN told LDLC.
Set to depart LDLC
February 6, 2018
Ex6TenZ is looking to depart from the active roster of LDLC, according to a report from Flickshot.fr.
ANALYSIS
Since departing the G2 roster back in 2016, Ex6TenZ has been flying the LDLC banner and leading a new squad under his belt. Unfortunately, Ex6TenZ has not been able to lead his team to win in most notable tournaments, however, only with their biggest accomplishments coming from ESWC 2016 (second ), ESWC 2017 (first) and Assembly Winter 2018 (second). Ex6TenZ has spent over a year and a half with the organization and is now looking to be on his way out.
Tough loss to mouz
October 20, 2017
DEVIL would go 13/16 on Friday, Day 1 of DreamHack Open Denver with a 16-4 loss to mousesports.
ANALYSIS
DEVIL would take a dismal performance in the first half of Nuke on the defense for a tough 5-0 deficit to climb early on. However, only a few rounds would DEVIL be able to win in the first half to hold off for four rounds to take the first half of an 11-4 deficit. The second half wasn't any better; although few rounds were close to taking home for LDLC, mouz stood tall on the defense to blow out the second half for a 5-0 lead to take Nuke 16-4, leaving DEVIL with a 64.3 ADR in the first loss in the group stage.
Unable to edge Na'Vi in Game 1
October 7, 2017
DEVIL posted a 44/42 KD on Wednesday in a 2-0 sweeping loss to Natus Vincere in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
A rough start on Inferno for the defense was something DEVIL would want to take back as the team took a massive 5-0 deficit early. Although the rounds started to accumulate for DEVIL as he picked up defensive holds on the B-bombsite to earn the five rounds in the 10-5 deficit at the half. In the second half, DEVIL started well with a few entry frags on the A-bombsite to pick up three in the start. Although the three-round streak ended as Na'Vi regained dominance. After Natus Vincere won two, DEVIL contributed to a few more rounds won, including his Round 23 triple kill on the B-bombsite to deny the retake, breaking the CIS economy. DEVIL managed to win a couple of rounds to tie the game at 14, but failed to close out a win with a 16-14 loss, posting a team-leading 24/20 KD and an 80.4 ADR. Game 2 on Nuke saw a lightning-fast start for DEVIL and co with a fierce 3-0 lead. Although his offense began to crumble as the economy of Na'Vi picked up, and so did the rounds. DEVIL started to have a hard time trying to get past the defense despite the opening kills for a 9-6 deficit going into the second. A smooth start quickly turned into a train wreck as DEVIL and the team couldn't hold off the offense for a 16-10 loss.
Contributing to the max despite sweep
October 7, 2017
Ex6tenZ went 38/41 on Wednesday in a 2-0 loss to Natus Vincere in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
A 5-0 deficit didn't favor Ex6tenZ in the early game of Inferno for the defense, but they did manage to string together a few rounds to cut the lead to a reasonable 10-5 at the half. He led a fresh start for the offense in the second half with a 3-0 outing on the A-bombsite before Na'vi returned that favor. The rounds began to close as the gap began to shrink as Ex6tenZ got his hands dirty with a handful of frags to power the team to a 14-14 tie. Unfortunately, Na'Vi closed out the half with map point advantage and a 16-14 win. In Game 2, Ex6tenZ had another smooth start for the offense with a 3-0 lead but the rounds began to flutter, giving up the lead for a 3-3 tie. A few round went back and forth but Ex6tenZ was on the short end of the stick with no positive reinforcements to take the half 9-6 going into the second. Although the second half didn't favor Ex6tenZ in the late rounds as Na'Vi took off with the offensive lead and the series with a 16-10 win over LDLC.
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    2/25/2018 - 4/26/2018
    Another season of the ESL Pro League is upon us. While Fnatic came out on top of Europe during the regular season for Season 6, they fell by the wayside against FaZe Clan in the semifinals. FaZe went on to lose 3-1 to SK Gaming in the grand finals, giving the Pro League crown back to the North American region. Who will rise from Europe to try and bring the crown back home?
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