Los Angeles Gladiators
Will transfer to LA Gladiators
February 13, 2018
Los Angeles Gladiators will acquire Fissure from the London Spitfire, as per ESPN's Jacob Wolf .
Los Angeles might have enjoyed the synergy between iReMiix and Bischu early on, but that tank line failed to create any space for the Gladiators backline, resulting in some heartbreaking losses. With the addition of Fissure, one of the best main tanks in the world, LAG has landed a serious upgrade while giving Asher another Korean to link up with. It remains to be seen how Fissure will integrate, but since he can play every main tank at a phenomenal level, expect to see Fissure make waves as he moves on from competing for the starting spot with Gesture on London.
Picked off too easily in teamfights
February 10, 2018
BigGoose didn't do the Los Angeles Gladiators any favors in a 3-1 loss against the Dallas Fuel on Friday.
BigGoose's biggest problem in this series was that he almost always died at the beginning of crucial teamfights. With him dead, his team was simply unable to stand up against the multi-faceted attack from the Fuel. Had he been alive a bit more often, he likely could have helped his team pick up a win to close out the split. That'll be the biggest thing he can work on moving into Stage 2.
Continues to shine despite loss
February 10, 2018
Hydration was the best DPS on the Los Angeles Gladiators on Friday in a loss against the Dallas Fuel.
While he couldn't help his team get the win on Friday, he continues to be one of the brightest spots for this Gladiator squad at the end of Stage 1. Many had pegged Surefour as the big player for this team, and while he was no doubt strong, Hydration was stronger. With a good foundation in Stage 1, this team should come back even better in Stage 2.
Tails off late
February 10, 2018
Surefour couldn't keep consistent in the Los Angeles Gladiators' 3-1 loss to the Dallas Fuel on Friday.
Surefour played well enough in this series against the Fuel, but he simply wasn't consistent throughout the entirety of the series. Moreover, Hydration was the stronger DPS overall, making Surefour look a bit worse for wear in comparison. He will surely need to shore up his play a bit in Season 2 if LA wants to make a push.
Slices up the Shock
February 9, 2018
Surefour dashed through the San Francisco Shock in a 3-1 victory for the Los Angeles Gladiators on Wednesday.
Surefour absolutely annihilated the Shock whenever he chose Genji. Not only was he able to quickly farm his Dragon Blade, it was rare to see him secure less than three kills every time. The key part of his play though was how he stayed with his team. Surefour's focus on priority targets was a key factor in why they won the series.
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