League Of Legends Professional Conference LPL 2021 Outflow Schism Playoffs Preview

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This is the battle that will determine the 2019 Spring Split champion. These two teams will need to play flawlessly, or else we won’t see a best-of-seven. After a long time out, we’ve now got these two teams back in the LPL. This is where things are going to get interesting. As for those two teams, let’s take a look at how they fared against their opponents in the first round of the 2019 LPL Spring Playoffs. Team WE has had a long time to work on their roster, and Royal Never Give Up have had the time to build their roster.

Invictus Gaming was able to win out the early skirmishes and they were able to push to take turrets and take the first Nexus of the game. Fnatic's match against Invictus Gaming started off with the same two picks, Elise and Lulu. Invictus Gaming tried to counter with Ryze and Lissandra, and Fnatic countered with Caitlyn and Shen.

Despite this, the games had plenty of interesting storylines and twists. The teams met at the OGN Studio 6 to kick off the Round 4 match of the LPL Pro-League 2021 season. The two teams went into the match as even teams, though Team Envy had an edge. They would help decide who would go through to the quarterfinals.

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That day was back in the 2017 LPL Spring Split, and Team WE emerged victorious in the second series of the split. This time around, Team WE and Royal Never Give Up will duke it out for first place in the 2019 Spring Split Playoffs. It’s been quite a long time since the last time we’ve seen Team WE and Royal Never Give Up face each other in a best-of-seven series.

As a result, Invictus Gaming was able to win the match against Fnatic and move onto the next round. It was really difficult for Fnatic to close out the game when they didn't have the advantages that they once had. In the late game, Invictus Gaming picked up Rumble and Gragas. Rumble was really well positioned with his Rumble's knockup and Gragas was able to snowball from there.

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Last but not least, we have QG Reapers against Royal Never Give Up. This is the first time that these two teams are facing off against each other. In fact, this is the first time that a new member will be joining QG Reapers. However, even though the series may be quite tough, QG Reapers are undoubtedly the favorites. This is a crucial series for both these teams as Royal Never Give Up is already looking towards the next LPL Split.

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On the other hand, Team WE haven’t seen their usual top laner Xiyang, but rather Royal Never Give Up’s Zzitai. We can expect a lot of fireworks from these two teams, as they’ve proven themselves to be among the best in the LPL already. The thing is, both of these two teams have been playing each other a lot, and each of these teams are used to playing in the playoffs. This doesn’t make too much of a difference though, since Xiyang is just as good on top.

From there, Fnatic was able to get far behind in terms of gold and were able to stop scaling with the team. At first, Fnatic tried to fight back by trying to farm back into the game, but they couldn't do much with their slow scaling on Mordekaiser. As soon as they made the switch to Zed and Alistar, they were able to put more pressure on the Invictus Gaming team. They ended up having a really hard time getting close to Invictus Gaming with such an advantage. However, Invictus Gaming was able to defend it very well and win the mid-game teamfights.

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Team WE is still on the hunt for the LPL Spring Split title and have four games remaining, while Royal Never Give Up still has three. However, should Team WE manage to beat Royal Never Give Up in the coming week, they will play against Invictus Gaming in the best-of-seven grand finals. Team WE vs Royal Never Give Up will play for first place in the 2019 LPL Spring Playoffs after Team WE defeated QG Reapers 3-1 to advance to the semi-finals of the first round. Team WE now play against Royal Never Give Up in the best-of-five series.