The LCS is back in action today with another installment of its annual pre-season Lock In. TSM and the defending LCS 100 Thieves champions kicked off the Lock In event, with 100 Thieves winning in 26 minutes.
Due to travel circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of TSM beginners, including two of the organization’s newest signers Keaduo and Shenyi, were unable to make it to the United States in time. Start the Lock In tournament. Due to their absence, TSM elected to his full Academy-level roster throughout the entire event instead of playing against a sporadic roster of LCS starters and Academy additions.
TSM’s Academy roster debuted in 2022 against the defending North American champions, and despite the remarkable efforts of young up-and-coming players, 100 proven stars Thieves is still too much for the Academy squad.
100 Thieves top laner Ssumday put in a strong performance against Renekton, a champion he played 20 separate times in 2021. Today, he used the starting position on the field. your score to achieve a respectable score of 2/1/6. One of his deaths was the result of a five-on-one first-minute invasion from TSM. That will be the only kill TSM earns in the whole match.
100 Thieves will go on to win the game by a 15 to one kill, opening their Course with a dominant victory in Group A. They will play the Golden Guardians, who Also an Academy player for the tournament, later tonight.
As for TSM Academy, a match against FlyQuest awaits the team later tonight. The LCS Lock In group stage will run through the end of next week, with the tournament’s knockouts starting on January 22.
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