The announcement of the official LCS awards is around the corner, but you don’t need to wait: Oracle’s Elixir’s unofficial awards are here!
Tim Sevenhuysen and Cody Gerard have each selected their top 3 finishers in three award categories: Most Valuable Player, Most Improved Player, and Rookie of the Year (2019). Below, we present our picks for your edification, entertainment, debate, and fire-starting material.
Who has been exceeding expectations, and who has been a disappointment? Magic discusses some NA LCS players whose stock has been rising or falling through the first two weeks of the NA LCS 2017 spring split.
Every offseason, rosters undergo major shakeups as each organization tries to push itself over the top. With the World Championships all wrapped up, here are 10 of the biggest names to keep an eye on from 2015’s NA LCS talent pool.
10. Porpoise, Jungle, Immortals (formerly Team8)
3.1 KDA, 78.3% KP, 47% FBP, 0.94 WPM
It’s possible Porpoise will remain with Immortals (formerly known as Team8), but with the new ownership and the departure of Caltrlolz, Porpoise may also be ready to search for greener pastures. If he takes the free agent route, he should draw some decent attention from teams looking for a well-rounded Jungler who saves them a crucial import slot.
Possible Destinations: Immortals, Team SoloMid, Gravity, Cloud9