The emblematic South Korean team defeated the Latin Americans in just 20 minutes, for the second date of the Riot Games mid -season tournament.
After the very difficult fall against the Japanese Detonation FocusMe in his presentation on League of Legends Mid-Season Invitationalthe second stop of Team Aze for Group A usually consists of passing a historic moment for Latin America. Not to aspire to success, just to enjoy having such a legendary team T1.
Too much T1 for Team Aze in League of Legends MSI
Ang three -time world champion and excellent candidate to retain the title South Korea sit down, maintaining the same seriousness as in every interaction and almost necessary 20 minutes to close a game that at 10 already has a definite destiny. In memory of the Mexican team there will be three kills and a massive gain faker on the sidewalk in front.
Exactly, the Demon King of League of Legends he got the first blood three minutes after an ambush on the abandoned Lonely above. And at six, he made everyone happy by double killing Dimitry and top laner from Team Aze. In other words, Faker ended up with seven casualties. T1 He has almost no opponent.
The Mexican cast, champion of the Apertura de la Latin American League against Estral, in Buenos Aires, after being promoted for this season, he was not even able to tear down a tower and reap 30K gold. For their part, the South Koreans left along nearly 50k, 10 turrets and two dragons. Nor do they have to wait for the Baron.
Team Aze will face Saigon Buffalo in MSI
The representative of Latin America will cross here Friday May 12, from 9 in Argentina, including Saigon Buffalo for the third date of Group A of LoL MSI. The Vietnamese crashed in their debut against T1 and then defeated Detonation FocusMe.
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