Posts Tagged ‘David Turley’

League Of Legends Worlds Semi-Finals: Fnatic vs KOO Tigers

The League of Legends World Championships [official site] has its second semi-final later today to determine whether it’s European side, Fnatic, or Korea’s KOO Tigers heading to Berlin (and one step closer to the task of hoisting the super-heavy Summoner’s Cup). This stage is in Brussels so I’ll be watching from bed wearing my frog onesie and writing about the winners on Monday BUT in the meantime, here are the semi-finalists:

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League Of Legends Worlds Semi-Finals: Origen vs SKT

This afternoon marks the start of the semi-finals of this year’s League of Legends World Championships [official site]. I can’t get there what with it having decamped to Brussels BUT I can definitely give you a recap of the teams and their journeys so far along with a couple of predictions. I’ll also be back on Monday to pick through what happened in the matches.

Onward for Origen versus SKT!

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LoL Worlds 2015: The Fourth Quarter-Final Winner

Oh for a bolero. Or a poncho. Hell, I'd settle for a snood at this point.

The last day of quarter-finals decided which of the two Korean teams – KOO Tigers or KT Rolster – would take that fourth semi-final spot in Brussels as part of the League of Legends World Championships [official site].

Spoilers – as ever – are lurking after the jump!

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“In retrospect Bengi looks like a god” – Phreak on League of Legends MSI Day 3

Remember back when EU LCS hope was real? THANKS SHEEPY!

Day three was semifinals day at League of Legends [official site] Mid-Season Invitational. With International Wildcard team Beşiktaş and underperforming North American side Team SoloMid eliminated, Europe’s Fnatic headed back to the Rift to duke it out with Korea’s SK Telecom T1 before Taiwan’s AHQ faced off against China’s Edward Gaming.

Shoutcaster and analyst David “Phreak” Turley was on hand to pick through the day’s games with us, starting with the five match back and forth between Fnatic’s chaotic aggression and SKT’s strategising and lust for dragons:

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