Original title: DWG advances to the semi-finals, and the way to win is hotly debated. The G2 boss really dare to say: look asleep
On October 15th, Beijing time, the first quarter-finals of the League of Legends S10 World Tournament ended. Two teams from the LCK Division, DWG and DRX, dedicated a typical LCK Division's operation style to global players: development and operation. In the end, DWG got a better skill with a score of 3:0, and became the first team to enter the top four in the League of Legends S10 World Championship.
In fact, before the game, most players are optimistic that DWG can beat DRX. One is that DWG is the number one seed in the LCK division, and the strength is naturally the strongest team in the LCK division. The second is that DWG3:0DRX easily won the championship in the LCK Summer Finals. Now this game feels a bit of a remake of the LCK Summer Finals.
Throughout these three games, the state of the DRX players did not seem to be adjusted to the best. In the second game, Deft's position problem was obvious, and he frequently ate the hook of DWG Thresh. Fortunately, the DRX assistant was Tam, which protected Deft in time. In the third game, DRX played a good game of 20 minutes and achieved an economic lead of around 2000. However, DRX seemed to be collectively lost in the middle of the game. The top vampire was arrested, and the jungler cooperated with the auxiliary invasion blue Buff was arrested, which caused the advantage accumulated in the first 20 minutes of DRX to disappear.
Congratulations to DWG for qualifying to the semi-finals, but I can't help but feel sorry for DRX. According to DRX's performance in the LCK Summer Split, if it weren't for the LCK top seed DWG in the quarter-finals, it would still be possible for DRX to advance to the quarter-finals. But what worries everyone the most is still the DRX master AD player Deft. It is undeniable that in the game against DWG, Deft's state still has a certain gap compared to its peak. This may be related to Deft's current injury.