Rogue has dominated today’s series versus Misfits Gaming in the League of Legends European Championship 2020 Spring Playoffs, moving forward to face the lower seed team Origen, who lost the series against Fnatic, in the next week.
Misfits had started the series showing dominance in teamfights, followed by Rogue creating more options to lead by pressuring the opposing team in the following matches. Although the effort was clear, Misfits was not able to carry over their first victory, with Rogue beating them 3-1.
Rogue’s performance coach Ismael mentioned in an interview between games with Laure “Bulii” Valee that the team had been in a state of uncertainty due to the new changes regarding quarantine and playing online. Rogue has been focusing on mindfulness and how to maintain routines and adapt to the current situation.
Next weekend MAD Lions is set to face Fnatic, as Rogue and Origen will clash for a chance to play against G2 Esports.