The esports week was especially marked by a whole bunch of tournament results about League of Legends. Between the LFL, the LEC and the LCS, there was something to enjoy for any fan of the game of Riot …

G2 remains European champion on LoL

An ever more impressive team
An ever more impressive team

Despite more mixed results than usual during the regular season, G2 was able to show once again that the team was still there in important games. G2 in fact won their eighth European title (for their ninth final) against FNATIC this week, with a clear score of 3-0. If the score seems to indicate an undeniable domination of G2, the game was ultimately rather tight. It remains to be seen if anyone will be able to dethrone G2 next year …

TSM goes back to its best

DoubleLift returns to the top level
DoubleLift returns to the top level

While it was the most successful team in the American Championship on League of Legends, TSM had been absent from the charts since 2017. And now the team signed its big comeback this week, since TSM was crowned champion of North America. And the team’s journey has not been easy, since” she crossed Cloud9 (defending champion) and Team Liquid in loosers bracket, before winning against FlyQuest. A return on several scales, since it also marks the return to the top level of the DoubleLift player, who had been buried by many before the competition.

GamersOrigins secures first place in LFL rankings

Very good results for the GamersOrigin team
Very good results for the GamersOrigin team

On the French side, it was the GamersOrigin team that caused a lot of talk this week in the League of Legends pro scene. The team is indeed guaranteed to be number 1 in the LFL regular season standings.. A surprising result, with the good results of LDLC OL last season, which this season had more complicated matches. It remains to be seen what the playoffs will give, because it is ultimately the most important …

Counter Strike: Rio Major canceled

Premier Major canceled since 2013
Premier Major canceled since 2013

The bad news of the week concerns the CS GO pro scene. First scheduled for May, then postponed to November, the Rio Major on CS GO is finally canceled, the info fell earlier in the week. The reason is still the same: the coronavirus crisis. This is the first time that a Major has been canceled since 2013. An organization of an online tournament was considered, but Valve decided to cancel the tournament until the players could face each other physically, all in the same place.

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