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Counting down to LOCK//IN: The Top challengers at VCT LOCK//IN Sao Paulo 2023 Part 2
Counting down to LOCK//IN: The Top challengers at VCT LOCK//IN Sao Paulo 2023 Part 2
Starting 13th February, VCT LOCK//IN will kick off the three premier VCT Leagues. The LOCK//IN event in São Paulo, Brazil, will feature 30 partnered teams and 2 invited Chinese representatives for a total of 32 teams. It is the introductory tournament for the thirty partnered teams and previews what's to come. You can read about the VCT LOCK//IN Format, Teams, Fixtures, and Schedule here. With eight days for the Live event to start, let's count down with attendee team introductions.<span class="read-more">more</span>
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Ganesh Jadhav
Five Kings Emerge: LEC Winter Split Week 3, Day 1 Recap
The LEC is the European League of Legends professional circuit, with a total of 10 teams competing across three split: Winter, Spring, and Summer. The top 8 teams at the end of each split will advance to the Group Stage. With the first day of competition complete, the current top five of the LEC, G2 Esports, MAD Lions, Team Vitality, BDS, and Team Heretics have secured Group Stage. Team Heretics' jungler Marcin "Jankos" Jankowski takes a turn on the desk.<span class="read-more">more</span>
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Foo Zen-Wen
JMR Luna steps down as CEO of OG Esports
OG Esports ,one of the biggest esports organizations announced major news regarding its management. The organization’s current CEO (Chief Executive Officer) JMR Luna has officially stepped down from the role, making the position vacant. https://twitter.com/OGesports/status/1621569232029761536 Luna’s contribution to OG Before taking his position in OG, Luna was the Head of Content at Evil Geniuses, he was also the Vice President Of Content and Production at Immortals Gaming Club. He also took a step back from the esports scene to pursue<span class="read-more">more</span>
NaVi shut down Cloud9: IEM Katowice 2023 Day 4 Recap
Day 4 of IEM Katowice was quite eventful, as the teams from the Upper Brackets of Groups A and B took each other on. Group A: Game 1: NaVi vs Cloud9: NaVi absolutely dominated Cloud9, taking the series 2-0. First map was Ancient, where Cloud9 put up quite a fight, but NaVi took the win 16-13. Second map was Inferno, where NaVi coasted through. They won the map 16-6. Electronic, b1t and s1mple had a stellar game with 42, 41,<span class="read-more">more</span>
18h
Kaustavmani Choudhury
Remote day: LCS Week 2, Day 2 recap
FlyQuest, Evil Geniuses, 100 Thieves, Team Liquid and Immortals won on Day 2 of Week 2 of the 2023 League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) Spring Split on Feb. 3 at Riot Games Arena in Santa Monica, Calif., United States. Due to an unforeseen audio issue, all games were played remotely from their team facilities. FlyQuest vs. Cloud9 In a battle of two undefeated teams, FlyQuest came out on top against Cloud9 in a 13-2 game that lasted 29:58. C9 only<span class="read-more">more</span>
18h
James Domizio
Double triple: LCK Week 3, Day 4 recap
Hanwha Life Esports beat DRX and T1 won against Nongshim RedForce by 2-1 scores in the 2023 League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) Spring Split on Feb. 3 at LOL Park in Seoul, South Korea. Hanwha Life Esports vs. DRX Game 1: DRX wins DRX won Game 1 against Hanwha Life Esports by a 20-13 score in 37:50. DRX botlaner Seo "deokdam" Dae-gil went 8/2/6 on Varus while supported by midlaner Yoo "FATE" Su-hyeok's 5/3/7 Azir and jungler Kim "Croco" Dong-beom's 6/3/9<span class="read-more">more</span>
20h
James Domizio
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