Results of the fourth day WePlay LoL Invitational

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The fourth and the final day of the first stage of WePlay LoL Invitational tournament was held at a new patch. Players had only few hours to make themselves aware of innovations, to come up with a strategy and to implement it.

The fourth and the final day of the first stage of WePlay LoL Invitational tournament was held at a new patch. Players had only few hours to make themselves aware of innovations, to come up with a strategy and to implement it.

In our opinion, all the participants of this day showed an excellent ability to adapt to new conditions. All the games of the day were entertaining and dynamic.

 

 

 

The first game

Beginning of the first game, as one would expect, was quite calm. Players were getting used to the changes (as not only the objects were changed, but also the visual design, which also required a certain amount of time to get used to) and were trying to play carefully, without getting involved in the early battles with the enemy.

The main active part of the early game took place on the bottom lane thanks to the jungler of NGU Lasagna LFT who made three excellent ganks, each of which brought kills to the team. But as soon as UV’s Renekton and Jarvan got a bit of gold and were able to buy good items, they became a real threat.

Even if most of team battles of this game started in favor of NGU, but soon UV showed excellent concentration and drew the initiative into their hands. Team from CIS made small mistakes, just underestimating the enemy a bit, and further it resulted in a growing opponent’s superiority.

But the struggle was fierce to the very end. In the last minutes NGU, though losing by kills, finally managed to catch up the opponent in gold. UV, in its turn, decided not to delay the game and not to give the enemy a chance to win (which they had), without minions destroyed two towers and Nexus.

 

Ultra Vires won the game.

 

The second game

And one more time the bottom lane of NGU showed its best. They used the opponent’s mistake and severely punished for it by taking the first two kills to the hunter Version Ynwa.

But some minutes later UV showed their worth on a dragon performing an excellent game by killing almost all the enemy team, while losing one of their players and staying at a minimum level of health. But it was the only moment when Ultra Vires had an obvious advantage over the enemy.

Further battles showed that NGU was able to fight at the same level with a team well-known all over the world. UV tried to "bite" capturing one-two players from the opposing team, but CIS team looked stronger and more confident.

The game ended with the last attempt of ex-GamingGear.EU to resist somehow the opposing team, but they lost this fight, giving a quadra kill to NGU’s hunter Version Ynwa.

 

NGU won the game.

 

The third game

Despite the fact that Never Give Up was ahead in duo-lane battles during all three games, the majority of kills in team battles or battles for the dragons was made by DeadlyBrother, the hunter of UV. He was heavily losing on minions, but exactly these kills gave the team that necessary force to win in team battles.

UV were catching their opponents on mistakes trying to punish them not only by kills, but also by objects that were falling one after the other under the pressure of Latvian team. Despite the efforts of NGU to win the team battles, the preponderance was always on UV’s side.

Just after three team battles UV destroyed all the enemy team again and finished the last game, snatching a victory and, therefore, the participation in the next stage.

 

Ultra Vires won the game.

 

The first game

From the very beginning both teams showed their aggressiveness. They didn’t hesitate to use Flash at every opportunity, used all their abilities in order to inflict a maximum damage, and also without any difficulty were chasing opponents almost within the entire map.

After the sixth level of Shen, AVA was trying to surpass its opponent, but also began to make a lot of mistakes in positioning that was successfully used by the rivals. Crystal Meth, a jungler of Dark Passage, showed a very good game with a help of Nunu. He took the first dragon right from under the nose of the opposing team, having run into the den and used the Q + Smite.

The further game was essentially in favor of Turkish team. They were successfully winning all the battles, easily catching the opponents in their own forest.

 

Dark Passage won the game.

 

The second game

The second game was held in a rather strange way. Dark Passage had problems with the players that interfered the team from focusing on the game. The early game was quite smoothly for both teams, and just occasionally the passive game was interrupted by the battles.

But then, as soon as the game started to gain momentum, Dark Passage began to show themselves more actively by pressing the enemy from all the sides. At the same time AVA tried to obtain as more objects on the map as possible trying to shield an easily accessible gold from the opposing team.

The last-mentioned along with the permanent disconnections of Dark Passage players brought the victory to the team. We can’t say that only the luck brought them victory, but it obviously put a hand here. It’s hard to focus on the game when the pause is put almost every 7-10 minutes.

In the last battles AVA managed to defeat their opponents in fair fights and finished the game equalizing the score.

Due to the problems with connection in Dark Passage team, the third game wasn’t played. We’ll inform you later about the time of the final game (or replay).

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