Esport – League of Legends: GameWard and LDLC OL maintain their rank at the European Masters

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Esport – League of Legends: GameWard and LDLC OL maintain their rank at the European Masters

For now, it’s a no-fault for the tricolor clubs at the European Mastersthe European second division of League of Legends. The first two representatives of the French league involved in the competition, GameWard and LDLC OL, took first place in their group, even if the latter, the reigning national champion, was not as imperial as usual. . They thus ensure a favorable draw for the quarter-finals, which will take place from Thursday to Sunday.

Impressive consistency this summer, LDLC OL (6-1) had a mixed start in Group B, losing to X7 (5-2) last week. The Lyonnais recovered well on Tuesday, winning all their meetings, not without being scared at times, taking their revenge against the British champion in passing. It was therefore necessary to resort to a tie-break to decide between the two teams, which had the same record (five wins for one defeat) after six matches. In this one, the Viego of Martin “Yike” Sudelin, particularly in form since the start of the competition, made his law reign to offer first place to his team.

GameWard undefeated

The day before, GameWard (6-0) had been just as ruthless, winning his three matches to complete this first round with an immaculate record: six wins for no defeat. The Ile-de-France club was however very scared against the champion of the Nordic league, Dusty (4-2), his runner-up in group D. After a 40-minute thriller, which saw them brace themselves in defense against an ancestral dragon, Philippe “Akabane” Le and his teammates still managed to impose themselves to join the quarters with their heads held high.

There are two other French clubs in the running in these European Masters : BDS Academy and Vitality Bee, which will complete their group stage on Wednesday and Thursday respectively. After three matches played, they both occupy one of the first two places in their group, which puts them in a very good position to join their compatriots in the quarters.

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