Robert "Blaber" Huang is your 2020 League of Legends Championship Series Spring Split Most Valuable Player. All five members of Cloud9 were All Pro first team, and all but top laner Eric "Licorice" Ritchie were in the top ten for MVP votes. Top three came down to Blaber, Yasin "Nisqy" Dinçer, and Jesper "Zven" Svenningsen, with Blaber being crowned MVP.
After helping take Cloud9 to a record tying Split, ending the regular season at 17-1, Blaber receives the honor. Votes were casted by players, coaches, the Riot broadcast, and media. And while the Cloud9 members are constantly showing off and competing with each other to perform the best, they're all very supportive of each other when they win, Zven told us in an interview.
Last Summer, former Cloud9 jungler Dennis "Svenskeren" Johnsen won the Honda MVP Award, making Blaber the second C9 jungler to win in back to back splits. Blaber played under Svenskeren for a couple years, splitting scrims for much of that time, and even starting on the LCS roster for some of it as well. Now in his first split with a full time spot in the LCS, he has claimed the MVP award. Every Fall, fans claim Cloud9 lost the off-season. But here they are, with a new MVP, poised to take the title this weekend and place their banner up on the wall in Riot Games' LCS arena.
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