The Mid-Season Invitational group stage kicked off with some surprising results. Team Liquid lost both their games, while Flash Wolves had a strong start with victories over EVOS Esports and Fnatic. The standout player was Flash Wolves’ mid laner, Huang “Maple” Yi-Tang, who had impressive performances in both matches. It’s crucial to have Maple in your fantasy lineup for the upcoming games.
KINGZONE DragonX had a decent day one, winning both matches. They are expected to perform well on day two against EVOS Esports. Start their top laner, Kim “Khan” Dong-ha, who has a favorable matchup. However, it’s worth noting that KINGZONE played towards their bottom lane on day one. For fantasy purposes, Kim “PraY” Jong-in is a reliable pick.
Sunday’s schedule doesn’t offer many favorable matchups for fantasy production. However, KINGZONE DragonX remains a solid choice regardless of the schedule. They are a strong team and have consistently performed well in both winning matches and fantasy production. The one match to look out for is Flash Wolves vs. EVOS Esports, as both teams are known for their aggressive playstyle and high kill counts.
In terms of player recommendations, choose Rasmus “Caps” Winther from Fnatic as a solid pick in your lineup. He is a strong player who can perform well against EVOS Esports. Avoid picking Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng from Team Liquid as he will face tough opponents, such as Uzi and PraY, on Sunday.
Overall, international League of Legends tournaments are unpredictable due to different playstyles and patch changes. However, following these recommendations should give you a good chance of success in your fantasy contests.
Keywords: Mid-Season Invitational, League of Legends, esports, fantasy, Flash Wolves, EVOS Esports, Fnatic, KINGZONE DragonX, Team Liquid, Maple, Kim “Khan” Dong-ha, Kim “PraY” Jong-in, Rasmus “Caps” Winther, Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng