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Griffin's flawless streak ends in the most unbelievable way

Photo by: LCK Flickr Griffin can bleed. We knew that much. Not many teams were able to scar them, but even

Rogue Warriors shock RNG into a 2-0 loss

Sometimes, results make no sense in the LPL. Like LGD's win over Invictus Gaming in week 4, for example. How

Knight: "AD Neeko has been pretty popular in Korean ranked games. And I feel it is pretty strong in the laning phase."

The phoenix has cooled off. Topsports are now the new kings of the LPL and among them, none is stronger

Middle Kingdom Minds ep. 7: FPX's marathon test

Thorin and Raz return for the seventh episode of Middle Kingdom Minds, the VPEsports talk show that discusses all things

Sjokz to host BLAST Pro Series Sao Paulo

Photo by: Riot Games Long-time League of Legends host and personality Eefje "Sjokz" Depoortere will be the desk host for the

Three stories that defined LPL week 7

Photo by: Riot Games Week 7 of the LPL brought major ranking shifts to the league. Leaders were usurped, super teams

Cloud9 join Liquid in LCS playoffs, but the league is still wide open

There's just two weeks left before the end of the NA LCS regular season, and the league still doesn't have

G2 lock first place in LEC regular season, 4/6 playoffs team decided

Photo by: Riot Games It's mathematically confirmed: G2 Espots will finish the LEC Spring Split on top of the regular season.

Suning continue to bleed as BLG go on five-game win streak

LPL's "super team" Suning continues to struggle. Counting from their first loss in the league, just before the Lunar New

Close but no cigar: how SKT lost to Griffin and one clutch back-door

The match between SK Telecom and Griffin was hyped as the series to watch this LCK week, and with good

Chinese streaming platform Panda TV to shut down soon

Panda TV, one of the largest Chinese live streaming platforms declared bankruptcy and will shut down soon, The Esports Observer

Lee Sin maestro inSec has officially retired

Photo by: Riot Games Legendary jungler Choi "inSec" In-seok has officially retired from competitive League of Legends. The news was confirmed