Origen got off to a slow start to LCS, losing three of their first matches, but they seem to be gaining steam lately and currently have a 3-3 record. Tristan “PowerOfEvil” Schrage played a key role in the team’s victories against ROCCAT and Elements last week, and the match against G2 will certainly feature an interesting duel in the mid lane, with our Croatian talent, Luka “PerkZ” Perković, also in great form.
SPLYCE are still trying to adjust to life in LCS as they currently lie in eighth place, with two victories from six matches. This is a team we beat in the Challenger Series when they were still playing as dignitas, so a victory here is definitely within our reach. Our players will just have to pay special attention to the threat posed by SPLYCE’s mid laner, Chres “Sencux” Laursen, who boasted an impressive 21 KDA ratio last week despite his team’s 1-1 record.
Below you can find our coverage of the 2016 EU LCS Spring Split: