Week 5 of the 2020 League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split is fast approaching, but the 2020 League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split has taken the week off. Because of the change in scheduling, the only players worth drafting for E1 Fantasy with Inven Global this week are LCS players. Let's take a look at the top scorers from the last two weeks of the LCS Summer Split to see who could come up big in fantasy points for week 5.
Sergen "Broken Blade" Çelik isn't quite the hyperfocus that he was for his team in the Spring Split, but that hasn't stop TSM's Top Laner from providing value to his squad. Broken Blade's 54.14 points in TSM's 2-0 against Evil Geniuses and 100 Thieves in week 3 of the 2020 LCS Summer Split was the highest score amongst all top laners in North America and Europe.
Colin "Solo" Earnest has been a fantastic weak side Top Laner for FlyQuest, but his points haven't reflected his weak side role whatsoever. Solo has been absolutely monstrous from a fantasy perspective and followed up his week 2 best by leading all top laners again with 55.18 points.
Cloud9 is the best team in the LCS, and it's never a surprise to see a member of their team amongst the top fantasy scorers. C9 does an excellent job of enabling Jungler Robert "Blaber" Huang, and that was on full display in the team's week 3 2-0 against Team Liquid and Immortals. In 2 games of Lee Sin, Blaber had a fantasy best amongst all LCS/LEC junglers with a staggering 61.40 points.
Lucas "Santorin" Tao Kilmer Larsen's fantasy points reflects the amount of work he puts in for FlyQuest. The FLY Jungler refused to be outdone by his fellow Gold Coin United alumnus Solo in the top lane and followed up his best fantasy score amongst junglers in week 2 by doing so once again in week 4 with 66.76 points.
Regardless of the players around him, Søren "Bjergsen" Bjerg continues to be TSM's linchpin on Summoner's Rift. His performance reflected that in full during week 3 of the LCS Summer Split where the Mid Laner boasted the highest score of any player in the LCS or LEC with 72.90 points.
Counter Logic Gaming went 1-1 in week 3 of the LCS Summer Split, but that didn't stop AD Carry Trevor "Stixxay" Hayes from putting up numbers. A 5/3/3 Ezreal game in a loss to FlyQuest is admirable, but Stixxay ran it back the Prodigal Explorer in CLG's win against 100 Thieves with a staggering 7/0/10 performance. Stixxay's play earned him the most fantasy points amongst LCS/LEC Bot Laners with 66.40 points.
Seeing Lee "IgNar" Dong-guen score best in fantasy amongst all LCS/LEC Supports may be a surprise when first glancing at FlyQuest's 1-1 record in week 4. FLY narrowly lost a long, back-and-forth game to Team Liquid in its last match, but IgNar's performance in both matches was stellar. IgNar is the only Support in NA to play Senna thus far, and finished his team's victory over Evil Geniuses with a 2/1/17 victory. Combined with his 1/1/14 Rakan performance against TL, IgNar scored 54.96 points.
It's never a surprise to see the best team in the LCS to lead any fantasy category amongs its peers, but Cloud9 went out of its way in its utter domination of Team Liquid and Immortals in the first round robin of its split. C9's 55 points was the most of any LEC or LCS team in week 3 of the Summer Split.
TSM has been surging in recent weeks of the 2020 LCS Summer Split, but both of its games in week 4 were far from convincing victories. Still, due to the length of its wins against Golden Guardians and Counter Logic Gaming, TSM scored a team best of 63 points on its way to tying Team Liquid for 2nd place behind Cloud9.