The League of Legends Championship Series is just weeks away from completing its Spring Split with teams setting themselves up for the Playoffs.

Week 3 results

Team SoloMid 1 – 0 Cloud9

Dignitas 0 – 1 100 Thieves

Team Liquid 0 – 1 Counter Logic Gaming

Evil Geniuses 1 – 0 FlyQuest

100 Thieves 1 – 0 Immortals

Fly Quest 0 – 1 TSM

Golden Guardians 1 – 0 Dignitas

Counter Logic Gaming 0 – 1 Evil Geniuses

Immortals 1 – 0 Team Liquid

Cloud9 1 – 0 Golden Guardians

Match of the Week: Team SoloMid vs Cloud9

The week started with an amazing clash between TSM and undefeated league leaders, Cloud9.

TSM had a fairly bulky front-line with Sett and Jarvan and amazing support range from both Zilean and Rakan.

A fairly close game saw both teams trading kills throughout, but it was TSM that took the advantage in the late game with Joshua “Dardoch” Hartnett and Sergen “BrokenBlade” Çelik chasing down Cloud9 and sieging their base.

Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg did a great job keeping his teammates alive with his Chronoshift and also threw in some time bombs that took down Cloud9’s Yasin “Nisqy” Dinçer.

With Cloud9 falling one by one, TSM rushed their Nexus to close out the game.

Player of the Week: Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg

TSM’s Danish midlaner Bjergsen proved himself once again as one of the best in the world. Even with an unorthodox pick like Zilean, Bjergsen attacked with his well-timed timebombs and acted as a savior with his Chronoshift ultimate.


1. Cloud9 (13-1)

2. Team SoloMid (8-6)

2. FlyQuest (8-6)

4. Evil Geniuses (7-7)

4. Immortals (7-7)

4. 100 Thieves (7-7)

7. Team Liquid (6-8)

7. Golden Guardians (6-8)

9. Dignitas (5-9)

10. Counter Logic Gaming (3-11)

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