Week two of LEC saw former champions humbled while one of the supposed “superteams” picked up their first loss. Join us as we break down the movers and shakers after the second week of action.
10. Rogue: 0-4 (=)
More of the same from Rogue as they looked uninspired in both of their games this week. While they stayed respectable in the laning phase, their lack of team cohesion showed as the matches continued. Kim “Profit” Jun-Hyung put up a particularly solid individual performance in the top lane but seemed poorly integrated into the team’s overall strategy.
Player of the week: Kim “Profit” Jun-Hyung (Top) . . . .