After the third week of the League of Legends NA LCS Spring Split 2017, the standings are starting to solidify. Cloud9 remains undefeated at the top, having rolled through the struggling Team EnVyUs, and taken out playoff hopefuls Echo Fox. FlyQuest and Team SoloMid are close behind, with win records of 5-1 after week three.
League of Legends NA LCS Spring Split Week 3
Cloud9 continues their domination of the NA LCS scene, with a total record of 6-0 and having given up only 2 single games. Oddly enough, these were against Counter Logic Gaming (currently in 6th place) and Team Dignitas (currently in 9th place). The leading team in North America will have a match with Team Liquid on day one, and all eyes will be on their competition with FlyQuest on day three.
FlyQuest is, of course, the former Cloud9 Challenger team, having broken off from the organization in the off-season in order to comply with restrictions on sister teams in the LCS. The players on FlyQuest, especially Hai, Balls, and LemonNation, are names usually synomous with Cloud9, as all three have played for the team since 2013.
— FlyQuest (@FlyQuestEsports) February 6, 2017
Counter Logic Gaming continues to struggle, despite, or because of, retaining their entire roster from last season. They secured a victory over Team Dignitas, who currently has managed only one victory in the split. They were defeated by Team SoloMid, who continues with their strong performances this spring. TSM also sits at 5-1, and face good odds in their first match of week four, against Team EnVyUs.
After a very hard loss to Team EnVy, Team Liquid was able to bounce back and earn their second win of the split, against Echo Fox. Team Liquid has struggled to build momentum, with their recently reformed roster hoping to capitalize on their acquisition of jungler Reignover from the LCK.
— ESPN Esports (@ESPN_Esports) February 6, 2017