100T puts Lock In at the back, starting the 2022 LCS Spring Split with a win over Liquid

Although LCS Lock In 2022 didn’t give 100 Thieves a chance to showcase why they won the 2021 LCS Championship, their first game in the 2022 Spring Split today allowed them to prove to Team Liquid — the team they won the title for — they’re still a force to be reckoned with.

The gold lead in Liquid’s favor for most of the game was unstoppable 100T League of Legends , focused efforts to finish the match and get the first win of the regular season. Most of the matchup remained statistically close, although teamfights were mostly in favor of 100T throughout the game.

Liquid were once again unable to feature their full roster scheduled for the Spring Split due to unresolved issues regarding CoreJJ’s green card status, so Eyla returned to the role. support. COVID precautions also banned the team from performing live in the LCS studio, leaving 100T to stare at the stage at empty seats, where their opposition would completely re-paint the finals picture. the end of the 2021 LCS Championship.

Compared to the game that took place immediately before, got Smite Janna’s LCS debut in top lane, both Liquid and 100T opted for a more traditional team synergy. With Renekton for Bwipo and Ornn for Ssumday, the two teams have access to powerful champions that are prepared to initiate teamfights.

Although it took almost 15 minutes for the teamfight to break out, when Liquid got their first teamfight, 100T found an opportunity to attack. From there, 100T slowly increased their presence on the map while trying to topple the small amount of golden lead Liquid had amassed. With so much gold going straight into the FBI’s Aphelios, 100T had a threat in their backline, which proved difficult for Liquid to get their hands on.

A Baron and a Hextech Dragon ended up being chopped up in seconds by the FBI providing 100T with the final pieces of their winning puzzle. At the 40th minute, even Bwipo and Santorin, themselves building tanks, couldn’t withstand the constant damage thrown their way.

The defending LCS champions put in their best to officially start the new year in this 2021 LCS Championship final rematch, leaving them with a poor performance after Lock In. 100T continues to climb the Spring Split tomorrow against CLG.

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