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League Of Legends' Best Team Streamrolls Yet Another Challen

2016-11-08  Nintendo     Source: 未知  
Going into the League of Legends World Championship match-up today, the question wasn't if the Korean powerhouse team SKT 1 was going to lose to Taiwanese challenger ahq e-Sports Club. It was: "Will ahq manage to take a game or two off of S
League Of Legends' Best Team Streamrolls Yet Another Challenger

Going into the League of Legends World Championship match-up today, the question wasn't if the Korean powerhouse team SKT 1 was going to lose to Taiwanese challenger ahq e-Sports Club. It was: "Will ahq manage to take a game or two off of SKT's perfect winning streak?" SKT just answered with a resounding nope.

SKT 1 is already a legendary team. They crushed the 2013 World Championships, and have long been considered to be one of the best, if not the best, League of Legends team in the world. So far, the 2015 Worlds has shown pretty clearly, that yeah, SKT 1 is the best there is.

SKT won all six of its preliminary group stage games last week. But the way Riot has structured Worlds — segregating the strongest teams into separate groups — made it so that they haven't really met their match yet. They didn't even put star player Faker in for some of the group games. The accomplished Taiwanese team ahq e-Sports club was supposed to be their first challenge. And it was a challenge! For about three minutes.

Watching SKT 1 play League of Legends is awe-inspiring and terrifying at the same time. The team is so inhumanly strong that they have pounded every team they have gone against in Worlds straight into the ground.

The first game against ahq today was an easy win, albeit a slightly drawn out one. SKT 1 already had two kills around the six-minute mark of the game. ahq managed to survive, but not much else.

Game two was almost painful to watch. SKT cleaned house in less than thirty minutes. By the 27-minute mark, they were literally beating ahq back to the fountain where their champions respawned.

All ahq could do was huddle in that small little circle of invulnerability. One step outside and they'd be slaughtered instantly.

I'm going to post another, non-muted copy of that highlight just so you can hear the shoutcaster screaming, "Everybody is being killed!" on repeat. That's as good a moment as any to sum up the first two ahq games against SKT today.

In game three, ahq actually put up a fight. They did a decent job of it, too. As the game stretched past the 40-minute mark, ahq managed to snag a fourth dragon kill, giving themselves a powerful advantage over SKT, who'd only gotten one dragon so far.

Meanwhile, SKT seemed like it was struggling to finish off the big purple worm monster Baron to try and secure itself at least a few competitive bonuses against ahq. For a moment, it seemed like ahq actually had them on the ropes. The commentators said it was the first time SKT had been threatened so far in the day.

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