There’s two series on the schedule for the LoL team this week, but not many EU LCS matchups rival the head-to-head potential of Fnatic vs H2K.
We’ve had some explosive (and downright unpredictable) ties over the last few splits. Most recently even when a side of Fnatic that many critics and fans had counted out hit back, steamrolling our rivals 3-0 in the Spring Split playoffs.
But where do we stand right now? This is the first week of Cross Group play for Summer, so in some ways we’ll be using this to measure how the teams stack up against each other. We’re not unknown quantities by any stretch, though after an upset filled week 3 this will hopefully see each team coming in prepared and fully focused.
The loss against ROCCAT was unexpected, but the players have taken it in their stride and are determined to improve off the back of it.