LCS LOCK-IN TOURNEY WRAPS UP WITH RESOUNDING VICTORY FOR TEAM LIQUID
The Lock-In’s $150K prize went to Team Liquid in the end!
Riot Games-organized LCS Lock-In event -the first major North American event of the calendar year- ended just yesterday with a roaring win for Team Liquid, who took home a not-at-all unworthy $150,000, plus an additional 50K to give away to the charity of their choice.
Liquid, which now possesses the tallest ranking ahead of the soon-starting League of Legends Championship Series, went on to defeat Cloud9 in a long and difficult battle that took the whole five games to complete.
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Team Liquids Nails Down Win Vs Cloud9 After Long 5-Game Battle
We wouldn’t have it any other way! – After a long and hard-fought battle with resilient Cloud9 squad, Team Liquid wrapped up 2021’s first LOL tournament with a 3-2 game score, snatching a juicy $150K prize on the side and plenty of extra bucks to bestow upon the particular charity of their liking.
The protracted match between Liquid and C9 lasted the whole five games, but ultimately ended up falling the way of the former, even if at some times it appeared as if it could go the way of Cloud 9.
Liquid started off on the right foot, by securing two smooth and speedy wins in the first two games of the series, however, the third game saw things take a sudden positive spin for C9 as the latter secured an Infernal Soul and a Baron in quick succession. The next game became easy pickings for Cloud, and thus the Lock-In final got all the more exciting with a 2-2 and the tension intensified for the last stretch.
The fourth game’ scare succeeded in shaking up the ground for Team Liquid, who proved their LoL prowess with effective play all throughout the last portion of the match. Thus, the Lock-In standings finished up in the following way:
LCS Lock-In Tournament – Final Standings
League of Legends’ NA action will resume with the LCS Spring Split which is scheduled to begin this coming February 5th.
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