The new toplaner formerly played under REVERSE Gaming and Team WE in South-Korea and China and is going to join CERBERUS Esports in the VCS
VCS ENGLISH EXCLUSIVE
Kim “Poss” Min-Cheol will join CERBERUS Esports, after waiting two weeks and succesfully passing COVID-19 regulations. Poss will be the first import ever to start in a game in the VCS. CERBERUS Esports is looking to register him for the second round of the VCS Spring Split.
Hello, my name is Nguyen Anh Thang. I am from The Netherlands and have a Vietnamese heritage. My goal is give critical information on this beautiful competitive scene from Vietnam. In this article I will explain in depth of the Vietnamese League of Legends scene, and why it has been so successful.
Before I delve into this article, I wanna say that I’m super excited for the current split and I can’t wait how it will unfold! …
When we talk about underrated or under appreciated players, it usually means that their story hasn’t been properly told in the public. When you think about Vietnamese players, your mind usually goes to SofM, Levi or Optimus. A few of the greatest players ever that came from Vietnam.
Currently we are in week five in the VCS. Worldwide there are only three teams undefeated; V3 Esports, Unicorns of Love and CERBERUS Esports. For those who aren’t familiar with the VCS region, or aren’t watching regularly this can be quite a shocker.
With week one being finished, we saw a couple of new names pop off in the latest games. A split without rookies isn’t a split unlike the VCS. The region always has rookies that want to prove their worthy for the fans watching.
As an avid LJL viewer, it is always exciting to watch the development of the Japanese region. The region has always met with high expectations, the high expectations that an East-Asian country would expect.
Following the footsteps of bigger regions such as China and South-Korea, or even Vietnam and the SEA-region. Japan wants to chase those regions, and be on the same footsteps as them. The past is not the future presented. Japan will succeed by doing small and big steps during their way.
In this article you will read about five thoughts. From the smallest to the biggest thoughts about the LJL! As always, thank you for reading my article.
1. A new chapter for Burning Core; Roki retires, Eugeo will make his LJL debut. Will he live up?
After five years of competitive play, Roki decided to hang up the shoes and say goodbye to the LJL. Roki has been with…
We will finally have some international League of Legends action, as it was announced yesterday that there will be a clash between the Pacific Championship Series (PCS) and the Vietnamese Championship Series (VCS).
Two teams from each region will battle against each other in a group stage, double round robin in a best-of-one. The first placed team will seed into the finals, whereas the second and third placed teams will play a best-of-five to determine who will play in the finals. Matches will be played on the 31st of May 18:00 CEST with the goal to raise funds for the COVID-19 pandemic.
First of all, I would like to thank the organizers and everyone around the event for hosting the event. Special thanks goes to @OpalCasts on Twitter for communicating and organizing the event for both the PCS and the VCS!
The teams that are participating in the tournament are:
After Team Flash won the VCS Spring Split of 2020, the VCS English immediately approached the Team Flash organization. We asked if it was possible to interview one of the Flazers for their prestigious split, which they exceeded everyone’s expectations. …