2019 LPL Spring Standings (set score)
* as of March 17th, 2019
2. FunPlus Phoenix 10 - 2 (+12)
3. Invictus Gaming 9 - 3 (+14 )
4. Royal Never Give Up 8 - 3 (+7)
5. JD Gaming 8 -3 (+4)
6. Bilibli Gaming 7 - 4 (+6)
8. Team We 6 - 5 (-1)
9. SinoDragon Gaming 5 - 6 (0)
10. Suning 5 - 8 (- 4)
11. Victory Five 4 - 7 (- 4)
12. Snake Esports 4 - 8 (-8)
13. LGD Gaming 3 - 9 (- 8)
14. Rogue Warriors 3 - 9 ( - 12)
15. Vici Gaming 2 - 9 (- 11)
16. Oh My God 2 - 9 ( - 12)
The 8th week of the 2019 LPL Spring has passed and so far, it seems like we're seeing one of the most competitive splits in the history of LPL. With each teams having at least 3-4 matches left, unlike the other major regions, the LPL still do not have a clear-cut 1st place contender. FunPlus' dominant run has been stopped by numerous teams and currently, they've given away their spot to
Notable milestonesCongratulations to Flandre,
xiye, and Doinb
On the 13th (CST), Snake defeated V5 2:1. During this series, their top laner Li "Flandre" Xuan-jun reached his 400th win milestone. He is the 7th player to secure 400 wins in the LPL. And following Flandre, WE's franchise player, Su "
RW defeats RNGPossibly one of the biggest upset for this Spring
The traditional LPL powerhouse, RNG was one of the better performing teams lately that was maintaining a 4 game winning streak. And, yes most fans and officials did expect another win from them on the 13th since their opponent was RW, a 15th place team as of week 7.
However, the result went quite the opposite; the 15th place team swept RNG 2:0. Not only the set score but the match itself was quite surprising as well. Watching a 20-year old LPL rookie bottom laner, ZWuji dominating the Rift against an LoL superstar, Uzi was indeed astonishing. This young bottom
Match of the WeekRNG vs BLG
RNG went against BLG on the last day of week 8. With BLG delivering solid performance lately, this match was expected to become quite a competitive one.
For each series, BLG players performed pretty well in the laning phase; they were actually never that behind in laning compared to the RNG players. In the 1st set, with their jungler,
MVP of the WeekFPX
FPX's mid laner,
On the 13th, FPX went against EDG. After losing game 1, Doinb picked Galio and started to dominate the series. He ended
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