CLG dominated IMT in the first match of LCS Lock In

Counter-Logic Gaming Tearled Immortals’ League of Legends team with a brilliant 24 minute win in the second day of LCS Lock In today.

Draft for CLG is set to have rising star Luger shoulder the later stages of the game as Jinx, with his backing Poome playing Lulu to aid that win condition. And right from the start, CLG’s bot lane continued their dominance from 100 Thieves Academy, killed early when Immortals’ new AD brought in Jason “Wildturtle” Tran.

As a result, Immortals jungler Andrei “Xerxe” Dragomir prioritized his bot lane and aimed to slow down CLG’s bot lane. Instead, a turret dive in bot lane went into a three-two in favor of CLG, where the kills were transferred to Luger’s Jinx. With a snowball in the bot lane for CLG, Xerxe prioritized his lead. At 10 minutes, the map was completely split: Immortals took control of the top half, while CLG dominated the bottom half of the map.

The two teams swap kills on opposite sides of the map for the next few moments. Luger’s Jinx continued to hoard his items after four kills, and the mid game tilted in CLG’s favor as Luger took the lead in terms of more map control for CLG and gained a Baron boost at 20 minutes. The match was completely snowballed, with Luger gathering Immortals’ kills while pushing mid with Baron’s buff.

Desperate, the Immortals make one last attempt to get back into the game and shoot Luger. However, in the end, CLG with a new look marched to Immortals base and took their first win as an LCS team in 2022.

While the small sample size of the two games, CLG AD’s Luger remains immortal in the LCS limelight. He won 6/0/4 against Immortals, a roster that many believe has high potential as a dark horse for the LCS in 2022.

Even so, the Immortals didn’t get off to a great start in CLS Lock In, being one of the only teams to have their expected roster in the pre-season.

CLG they will find a way to build the revival victory and will face Lock LCS favorite Evil Geniuses in the last game of the second day.

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