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  • Invictus Gaming win LPL Spring title in a 50-kill game 3

    One of the oldest esports organizations in China, Invictus Gaming have been crowned 2019 LPL Spring champions. IG took down

    Monstrous Gangplank sends JDG to LPL finals over FPX

    The Cinderella story of JD Gaming is picking up pace. The eighth seed in the LPL playoffs is refusing to

    WE coach ahead of LPL playoffs: "We are a weak team and we treat every match seriously."

    Team WE coach and veteran AD Carry Gao "WeiXiao" Xue-Cheng spoke on his personal stream about his team's form ahead

    Making the cut: the strengths of JDG, EDG, and SinoDragon coming into LPL playoffs

    Special to VPEsports: Kelsey Moser Peng “Mni” Fang’s Tahm Kench accidentally Devoured a minion in arguably the most important team fight

    The LPL playoffs are set: bracket and full schedule

    Photo by: Riot Games The Chinese LPL league will start the race to crown its new champion this Thursday. On Apr.

    The Phoenix soars: FPX lock #1 seed in LPL Spring

    Kim "Doinb" Tae-sang's FunPlus Phoenix can sit back, relax and enjoy whatever's left of the LPL regular season. After defeating

    Lights out for the "super team": Suning out of LPL playoffs contention

    Photo by: Score.gg The side that many dubbed the "super team" has been mathematically eliminated from the LPL playoffs running. One

    TOP, FPX, iG the first three to LPL playoffs

    Photo by: Riot Games The first three of the eight LPL playoffs teams were decided with the end of week 8.

    Uzi: "I don’t think there's any team in the LCK that could defeat Griffin, they are just too strong."

    Royal Never Give Up are back, and FunPlus Phoenix's win streak is over. The team that ruled 2018 right up

    RNG are back, end FPX's undefeated streak

    Royal Never Give Up had a timid start to the LPL. Lacking their star ADC Uzi, the perhaps best team

    ADD: "I am mainly practicing champions that counter those soon-to-be popular carry-type top laners."

    Slowly but surely, Bilibili Gaming have ascended to #3 in the LPL Spring Split. Led by veteran South Korean stars

    FPX Lwx: "I am not confident to play against Uzi."

    As FunPlux Phoenix kept racking wins in the LPL to stay undefeated, everyone asked the same thing: are they the