The Chinese region of the ESL One Los Angeles Online tournament has concluded with Royal Never Give Up dominating the competition.

With the tournament over, here’s a look best at the five best plays.

5. Aq’s Morphling destroys Vici Gaming

In a group stage match between Newbee and Vici Gaming, Yin “Aq” Rui’s Morphling was totally unstoppable after topping the networth charts. Aq evaporated even VG’s Timbersaw with ease.

4. Sylar with the clutch Sunder on Somnus`M

During a group stage match against PSG.LGD, EHOME were able to score a comeback victory by executing a perfect Dire base defense with a clutch Sunder from Liu “Sylar” Jiajun’s Terrorblade on Lu “Somnus`M” Yao’s Leshrac.

3. Eurus’ Mars stomps on EHOME’s heroes

On the last day of the group stage, VG’s hard carry Mars strategy came together with an amazing performance from Zhang “Eurus” Chengjun.

With multiple God’s Rebuke shield bashes from Eurus, EHOME lost their Terrorblade hard carry even after getting a successful Sunder off.

2. NothingToSay gets a Rampage against Newbee

EHOME’s Malaysian player, Cheng Jin “NothingToSay” Xiang was able to secure a Rampage against Newbee during the first day of the group stage.

After being caught out of position outside of the Rosh Pit, NothingToSay used his buyback and jumped right back into the fight. At the same time, Zhang “Faith_bian” Ruida used his Arena of Blood ultimate, which gave NothingToSay the opportunity to deal enough damage to wipe out EHOME.

1. Setsu locks down Aq’s Storm Spirit

Royal Never Give Up’s star middle lane, Gao “Setsu” Zhenxiong, pulled off an incredible play against Aq’s Storm Spirit in the Grand Final.

Setsu’s Puck was able to chase down the most agile hero in the game and constantly silence the enemy Storm Spirit with multiple Wanning Rifts. This secured the complete teamwipe for RNG and Newbee was forced to admit defeat.

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