It was a dramatic and very close series between these two teams as they entered the rift in week 6.  Immortal, along with TSM, were both battling to tie Counter Logic Gaming for first place in the standings.  Both teams managed to clench that spot, leaving the standings with a current three way tie.  CLG took a surprising loss to Team Dignitas yesterday, so it’s exciting to see where we will end up with a three way tie.  Before the match, IMT Pobleter was saying how close the last series was between the two teams, and that Immortal won only on “very slim margins”, andRead More →

  It was said before the match, “If P1 wins, everyone gets a fidget spinner,” and that was all the hype as the round started. In Game 1, Akaadian took first blood against Ryu to put them at a 600 gold lead. Ryu took revenge on Akaadian the very next kill, taking an infernal dragon with the extra time they gained. Froggen dominated CS in the mid lane, tripling his average numbers, effectively stabilizing the gold count between the two teams. At 19 minutes, P1 won a team fight giving them 4 kills, and a 2200 gold lead. Mikeyeung, looking very strong for Phoenix1, whileRead More →

Pro player Inori leaves Phoenix1 to play for Team Liquid, as his new team announced a welcoming for their 10nth player on Twitter.  Going into week 4 with a less than satisfactory 0-6 record, P1’s team coach, Michael Moore, tweeted that Inori was a player the team often sought after, and that he is always welcomed back. Only one player remains from Phoenix1’s team of last year, so far this season the team started three different junglers, for three different weeks. In their last match, losing to Counter Logic Gaming, P1 managed to show a strong performance bringing it to a three game match.  TheyRead More →