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Makes his contribution
August 12, 2018
Sneaky went 2/0/2 in Cloud9's win over Team Liquid on Sunday.
It's a good thing Sneaky selected Ashe for this game, otherwise, he might not have had much to do. Goldenglue and Svenskeren were the obvious carries in this game, and the rest of the team struggled to accomplish much aside from assisting those two. Sneaky, with his utility in the form of Enchanted Crystal Arrow, was the best at this, helping set up plays and engage easy fights for Cloud9.
Makes a statement
August 12, 2018
4/0/5 was Goldenglue's KDA at the end of Cloud9's win over Team Liquid on Sunday.
Goldenglue had an absolutely dominant return to the LCS on Sunday, alongside teammate Svenskeren. On the pairing of Syndra and Lee Sin, the duo conspired to crush the mid lane matchup, and took over the rest of the map from there, brute forcing down turrets and taking a huge gold lead. Goldenglue was half of the one-two punch that allowed Cloud9 to take an easy win on Sunday.
Monumental return
August 12, 2018
Svenskeren went 4/0/4 as Cloud9 took down Team Liquid on Sunday.
Many questioned Cloud9's decision to sub in Svenskeren and Goldenglue on Sunday, but the both of them immediately silenced their critics. Going with a bold Lee Sin pick, Svenskeren demonstrated his prowess on the champion, tag-teaming with Goldenglue's Syndra to find numerous early kills and take over the game. Svenskeren started out 4/0/0 before switching over to assists, claiming his team's first four kills and ending with eight out of 10 kill participations.
Strong tank play nets win
August 6, 2018
Licorice earned a 2/1/1 KDA on Dr.Mundo during his team's victory over CLG.
Licorice had a strong start to his team's game against CLG. Starting by assisting in picking up first blood, he was able to bring C9 into the lead from the get-go. As the game slowed down, Licorice focused on scaling up, farming early in order to become the tank that his team needed. Although he did not have any flashy plays as the game progressed, he continuously dealt enough damage and distract the enemy team to allow his carries to succeed. Drawing cross map pressure, he used his teleport to join fights, allowing C9 to win teamfights with ease. Though he only participated in three of his team's kills, his pressure was enough to assist in claiming a 30-minute victory.
Strong jungling nets win
August 6, 2018
Blaber earned a 2/2/4 KDA on Kindred during his team's convincing win over CLG.
Starting the game off by picking up an early kill, Blaber had a strong performance to lead C9 to victory over CLG. Though he found himself caught out during the early game a few times, he never let it slow him down. Focusing on the task at hand, he continued to play aggressively, finding ganks time and again to bring his team into the lead. He continued to focus his pressure on CLG, joining his team for a series of early skirmishes to bring C9 into the lead. After slowing things down during the mid game, he found a series of favorable teamfights that resulted in his team taking Baron and ultimately closing out the game in 30 minutes.
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    Team Liquid shrugged off the "Forever Fourth" memes and claimed the NA LCS title for the first time in franchise history. The Summer Split is where things should really heat up, though, as teams are fighting for a trip to the World Championships this fall. Will Liquid repeat as champions? Or will the likes of 100 Thieves, Echo Fox, or Team SoloMid unseat Liquid to earn that ticket to worlds?
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