2018 EU LCS Summer Split
Berlin
Fnatic finally snatched the EU LCS crown from G2 Esports with a dominating 3-0 win. That was all well and good, but the Summer Split is what really counts. Win and you're going to Worlds. With that on the line, you can bet that teams will come out in full force to try and snag the crown.

Event Dates:
June 15, 2018 through August 18, 2018

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Recaps Of This Event

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A Pyke player's dream
June 24, 2018
7/1/9 was Hylissang's KDA as Fnatic finished off Vitality on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
This game was a dream scenario for Hylissang on Pyke, as after he helped set up three early kills in the bot lane, Fnatic was so far ahead across the map that he could go where he pleased to look for kills. Fnatic secured nearly one kill a minute in this game, largely thanks to Hylissang, who participated in 16 of 23, even securing seven for himself. With no need to temper aggression, Hylissang's Pyke shined through beautifully.
Early roam pays dividends
June 24, 2018
Caps ended Fnatic's Saturday victory over Vitality 2/2/14.
ANALYSIS
Caps' Yasuo made a somewhat unusual decision around the seven-minute mark, choosing to roam to the top lane despite his own jungler being on the opposite side of the map, and his top laner having no knockups, or even any form of hard crowd control. However, knowing that Cabochard's Flash was down, and that he was pushed up, Caps could be confident the roam would pay off, and pay off it did. The kill Caps secured was one of five Fnatic found in the span of a minute and a half, and from there it was all too easy.
Continues to shine in the bot lane
June 24, 2018
Bwipo went 9/0/10 as Fnatic took down Vitality on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Initially a questionable decision, Fnatic's substitution of Bwipo in place of Rekkles has played out wonderfully. On Swain, Bwipo was involved in three of the first five Fnatic kills, all of which came between the seven- and eight-and-a-half-minute marks. By then, it was all too easy for Fnatic to take the game, with Bwipo remaining deathless and taking the game-high kill participation.
Disaster in the bot lane
June 24, 2018
Attila's KDA read 0/4/1 as Vitality lost to Fnatic on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Vitality could not have had a much worse start to this game, and Attila carried more than his fair share of the blame. Not only was he the one to die for first blood, but he also Teleported back to lane on respawn only to die again in the 2-vs-2. To be fair, his teammates were also dying in the meantime, but Attila's play was particularly costly. With an enormous early lead, Fnatic had no trouble winning the game.
Single good play not nearly enough
June 24, 2018
Cabochard ended Vitality's Saturday loss to Fnatic with a 0/6/0 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Cabochard's Darius started the game off fairly well, getting a good pull onto two members of Vitality during a gank to get away with his life and get both of them low on health. However, he did lose his Flash in the process, leading to an early repeat gank from Caps' Yasuo when he was far too pushed up. Around the time that he died, his team gave up four other deaths, putting Fnatic insanely ahead early on and causing a quick snowball to defeat for Vitality.
No hope of winning
June 24, 2018
Gilius ended 1/2/1 as Vitality fell to Fnatic on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Of all the members of Vitality, Gilius was the least to blame for this absolute catastrophe of a game. Between seven and eight-and-a-half minutes, Gilius was the sole member of his team who didn't die. He then tried to turn things around in the mid lane, only for the fight to go in Fnatic's favor, and by then it was far too late to do anything. Still, he ended with the best KDA on his team by a significant margin.
Does his best to get Splyce going
June 23, 2018
KaSing was one of the few positives during Splyce's loss to Unicorns of Love on Saturday, putting together a 1/2/1 KDA.
ANALYSIS
KaSing might have only had a single kill in this game, but that matched the total of his ADC as the duo struggled in the bottom lane. After KaSing was taken down in a 2-vs-2 outplay at the hands of UoL's bottom lane, there was no turning things around for the pair. KaSing did find his team's first kill of the game when he roamed up to the mid lane to help out the struggling Nisqy, but it wasn't enough to stop Unicorns who were already on quite the roll by that point. Splyce is now 0-4 on the season thus far and will need to turn things around in a hurry if they hope to make something of this season.
Flounders in mid lane
June 23, 2018
Nisqy crumbled against Exileh during Splyce's loss at the hands of the Unicorns of Love on Saturday, finishing with a 0/2/2 KDA.
ANALYSIS
While he may not have died as much as his jungler did, Nisqy completely fell apart in the mid lane matchup with Exileh. By the 12-minute mark, he was down 1,100 gold as Exileh essentially waltzed his way around the map during the early game. This game was a reminder that Zoe may not be the best pick in the current meta as Nisqy had absolutely no impact at any point during the 26-minute loss.
Picked apart in rough loss
June 23, 2018
Xerxe went 0/5/2 during Splyce's loss to the Unicorns of Love on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Xerxe just couldn't seem to do anything at all right in this game. On Camille against Kold's jungle, Xerxe was dead more often than not throughout this quick game. Tallying almost half of his team's deaths, he had virtually no impact at all on the jungle as Kold roamed and did whatever he pleased. With Unicorns having full control over the map, Xerxe was nothing more than a punching bag in what ended up as the team's fourth straight loss to begin the Summer Split.
Gets his teammates going in win
June 23, 2018
Totoro finished with a 2/0/8 KDA when Unicorns of Love took down Splyce on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Playing on Pyke for this game, Totoro wasted no time getting his team on the board. He and Samux coordinated for a flashy 2-vs-2 outplay in the bottom lane for first blood and it was off to the races from there. He assisted on all five of the team's first kills and ended up with a 91 percent kill participation by the game's end. Unicorns may have looked a bit worse for wear during Week 1, but they have bounced back strong here in Week 2 with a 2-0 record.