This Week in eSports [Feb 23rd - March 1st]

Posted on at 6:00 AM by Glyceroll
Following the wrap up of LCS week six, we're back with another edition of This Week in eSports!
[Warning: This post contains spoilers! Click here for spoiler free NA/EU LCS links!]

Continue reading for more information, including up to date standings from all the leagues, a few roster swaps for EU LCS teams, and more!

Current Standings:

First up we have updated standings for each of the regional leagues! Note that these standings are accurate as of posting on Sunday, March 1st and, as always, Official VODs can be found here.


[NA] LCS:

  • Top Three (W/L)
  • TSM (9-3)
  • CLG - (8-4)
  • Cloud9 - (8-4) 

[EU] LCS:

  • Standings after Week 6:
  • Top Three (W/L)
  • Fnatic - (9-3)  
  • SK Gaming - (9-3)
  • H2K Gaming - (8-4) 


[NA/EU] Challenger Series:

  • Enemy Esports -  (3-1)
  • [4 way tie] CLG Black, Final Five, TDK,  Team Fusion - (2-2)
  • Top 3 EU  (W/L):
  • Origen - (4-0)
  • [4 way tie] Gamers 2, LowLandLions White,  Reason Gaming, Team Dignitas EU - (2-2)


[Korea] LCK:

  • Top four (W/L)
  • GE Tigers - (8-0)
  • SK Telecom T1 - (6-3)  
  • Jin Air Greenwings (5-3)   
  • CJ Entus - (5-3)

[China] LPL:

  • Top Four (W/T/L) - Points
  • EDward Gaming (9-2-1) - 29 Points  
  • OMG (6-5-0) - 23 Points  
  • Snake  (6-4-1) - 22 Points  
  • LGD Gaming (5-4-3) - 19 Points

[TW/HK/MO] LMS: 

  • Top Four (W/L)
  • Taipei Assassins - (14-1)
  •  yoe Flash Wolves - (13-1) 
  • Hong Kong Esports - (9-5)
  • ahq e-Sports Club - (9-6) 

[Brazil] CBLOL:

  • Top Four (W/T/L)
  • INTZ e-Sports - (5-2-0) 
  • Keyd Stars - (5-2-0) 
  • CNB e-Sports Club - (3-2-2) 
  • paiN Gaming - (2-5-0) 

[OCE] Oceanic Pro League:

  • Top Three (W/L)
  • Chiefs (8-0)
  • Dire Wolves (6-2)
  • Legacy (4-2)


Tournament & Scene News

  • IEM Season World Championship will start up on March 12th, including teams such as World Elite, C9, Gambit Gaming, TSM, SK Gaming, and more! More information available here.

    Team News


    North/South America:

    • KaBuM announced a few roster changes this week:
      • bruNo will be joining as starting jungler
      • dans will be moving to support
      • Eryon moved to AD carry.
      • Digolera will be leaving the team

    Europe

    • Krepo announced he would be coming out of limbo in order to join Elements and replace Nyph (who was moved to a sub position). 
    • Dignitas EU announced a couple of roster swaps this week, switching out their entire bottom lane:
      • Kobbe and Voidle will be joining the team
      • CrazyCaps and Zytan left the team
    • Gambit Gaming announced that niQ will be moving to a sub position and he will be replaced by Betsy going forward. 

    Asia

    • KT Rolster announced that their support Hachani will be taking a break and he will be replaced by Fixer in the mean time. (Thanks to LiquidLegends for the translated source!) 
    • Hong Kong eSports announced that Smurph will be leaving the team and DinTer will be the new starting jungler. 

    Oceania

    • Dayshifted (of Rich Gangwas banned from competing in the Oceanic Pro League for 7 weeks due to poor in game behavior. 

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