2023 LCS Spring Split Week 3 Day 1: Zven Gets His 200th Career Win During the Berserker Show

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LCS is back in the studio after the technical difficulties of last week.


After an exciting second week, LCS was back with another packed game day. In the first game of the day, both TSM and C9 were looking to bounce back after a disappointing last week, while the two on-the-rise teams battled each other in the TL vs 100T match. But the game of the day was the first-placed FLY facing off one of their biggest rivals in EG to keep their unbeaten streak.

Coming into Week 3, most of the rosters are pretty settled by now. So far every team except FlyQuest and Dignitas have their full rosters, while the two are still missing their starting support players with no exact date on when they will join their respective teams.

C9 vs TSM

After his not-so-great performance against FLY, Blaber came out the gate very aggressive with a Nocturne pick. C9’s early game was focused on Blaber constantly invading the enemy jungle, and despite giving up the first blood during one of the invades, Blaber managed to get himself ahead. Still, he couldn’t help his team with that lead while Bugi and TSM were able to find their own plays toward the bot side.

It turns out the early game doesn’t matter as C9 exploded once teams started grouping and they dominated TSM in 5v5s. Berserker was massive as TSM could not reach the Zeri, and he found himself a pentakill. The game drew out a little as Berserker decided to 1v4 TSM in their base, but eventually, C9 was able to find more fight and they closed the game out.

  • Teams: C9 1 – 0 TSM
  • Time: 34:39
  • Kills: 20 – 9
  • Turrets: 8 – 4
  • Gold: 64.8k – 57.5k
  • Dragons: 3 – 2
  • Barons: 1 – 0

FLY vs EG

An explosive start to the game with a great first blood kill for VicLa, but their advantage didn’t stick around for long. Two plays, challenging the first drake spawn and then trying to dive Inspired in the side lane, went wrong for them which led to a very fed and scary Viktor. But even those early mistakes were enough to bridge the gap between the two team compositions. EG had trouble killing the FLY’s tanky top/jungle duo or diving the enemy carries. They had close moments due to VicLa misplaying some of the fights, but after a certain point, it became impossible for Impact to die. FLY was patient enough the wait for their second Baron of the game to push for the end, even with EG not being able to offer any resistance.

  • Teams: FLY 1 – 0 EG
  • Time: 32:25
  • Kills: 19 – 10
  • Turrets: 9 – 0
  • Gold: 64.7k – 51.7k
  • Dragons: 2 – 3
  • Barons: 2 – 0

Image credit: Colin Young-Wolff/Riot Games

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