LNG Esports v Oh My God – LPL Spring 2020

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LNG Esports and Oh My God will compete for supremacy on 24th June in one of the fixtures of the League of Legends Pro League (LPL) 2020 Spring. The match will be played in the best-of-three format, and in this article we will work out the winner between the two teams.

LNG Esports

LNG Esports made a very dominant start to the season. After losing their first match to Suning. The team made a remarkable comeback against the current world champions FunPlus Phoenix. Then three days later the team led by Huang “Maple” Yi-Tang beat the former World’s champions, Royal Never Give Up.

After this series of impressive results, LNG returned to its usual standards as the side was comprehensively beaten 0-2 by eStar. It was a poor performance from the team as the series ended with an aggregate kill margin of 9-34. Support Duan “Duan” De-Liang and ADC Wang “Light” Guang-Yu were outclassed by eStar’s bottom-lane duo of Liu “ShiauC” Chia-Hao and Zhang “Wink” Rui.

Despite this horrible result, LNG is still acknowledged as one of the top sides, and they reserve this title for now. Since they look a lot better compared to their LPL Spring 2020 where they won just five matches out of sixteen and finished at 16th spot.

Oh My God

It is fair to say that Oh My God is witnessing a nightmare with just one win from five games. They started their campaign with defeat to Royal Never Give Up, and in the second week, they lost to EDward Gaming and Victory 5. They had to wait for the fifth game of the season to get its first win as the team was defeated by Top Esports but managed to clinch a 2-0 victory against Dominus Esport.

OMG showed a solid performance as the team won with an aggregate kill margin of 18+, a 25k+ gold lead, and controlled almost every single objective, as they claimed 21 turrets and in drakes. The only downside is that they gave up over 19 deaths to one of the weakest teams in the competition.

The mid-laner Icon shined for the team in his lane as he got 16 kills to just three deaths in the entire series. The top laner of the team Chen “Curse” Chen played as the playmaker and managed 11 kills to four deaths.

Predictions: LNG Esports 2-1 Oh My God

Despite this good result against eStart, OMG has yet to impress this season. The jungle and bottom lane are struggling, and they need to get things sorted out fast. Statistically, Cold and Smlz in their respective roles are the worst players in the league. The duo really needs to step up if the side aims to compete in the LPL next season.

Meanwhile, LNG host a much better bot lane that can prove to be clinical in the upcoming game. It will be an entertaining series but we believe that LNG will surely come out on top with a convincing win.

Umer Nadeem
Umer Nadeem is an esports and gaming journalist who has been covering MOBA games and their competitive scene since 2013. He has had a passion for gaming and esports for years and hopes to use his skills and experience to convey why gaming is so great.