The winds of change that blow through the offseason always create a fascinating set of loose threads ready to be woven into new storylines. And while North American and Chinese franchising has dominated headlines, there’s plenty of reason for excitement and curiosity in Europe, too.
Here are three of the EU LCS’s offseason moves that have captured my imagination the most going into 2018.
Hylissang joins Fnatic
Anything Fnatic does generates plenty of attention, simply given who they are as a brand and what they represent for Europe as a region. But Hylissang doesn’t just deserve discussion because of the team he’s joining. In my opinion, he has the potential to be among the most influential pick-ups for any team in Europe. Continue reading Three EU LCS Roster Moves to Watch
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Dardoch dealt the most damage to champions for Team Liquid in their win against Dignitas earlier today, playing Nidalee and doing 31.2% damage share. That’s the second-highest Jungler damage share seen in the LCS so far in 2016, behind Rush’s 31.7% in Cloud9’s loss to Team Impulse.
Dardoch was just the 5th LCS Jungler to have his team’s highest damage share this year, and just the third to do it in a victory.
Svenskeren and Trick also had their teams’ highest damage, both playing Graves. Rush on Nidalee and Kirei on Graves had their teams’ highest damage, but in losses.
Jungle Carry Kings
Rush had his team’s highest damage share five times in 2015. That included three Evelynn games and two Nidalee games, and four of the five games were wins.
Jankos had the largest LCS Jungler carry performance of 2015 or 2016, with 38.2% damage share on Nidalee while playing Origen in Summer 2015.