LOL: FlyQuest keep rolling at LCS Spring Split


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FlyQuest topped Immortals on Sunday to remain atop the standings in group-stage action at the League Championship Series Spring Split.

By prevailing in 32 minutes on blue, FlyQuest improved to 7-2 as Week 4 came to a close. Kacper “Inspired” Sloma of Poland led the winning side with a kills-deaths-assists ratio of 6-1-5, while no one on Immortals finished with more than two kills.

Had FlyQuest lost on Sunday, they would have shared the top of the standings with 100 Thieves, who downed Cloud9 in 46 minutes on blue.

Canada’s Brandon “Meech” Choi shined for 100 Thieves, posting a 6-4-10 K-D-A. Australian Ibrahim “Fudge” Allami recorded a 5-4-10 mark for Cloud9.

In other action Sunday, Dignitas took care of NRG in 27 minutes on blue, while Team Liquid took 26 minutes to defeat Shopify Rebellion on red.

Week 5 begins on March 2 with four matches:
–FlyQuest vs. Cloud9
–Dignitas vs. 100 Thieves
–Team Liquid vs. NRG
–Immortals vs. Shopify Rebellion

LCS 2024 Spring standings
1. FlyQuest, 7-2
2. 100 Thieves, 6-3
3. Team Liquid, 5-4
4. Cloud9, 4-5
5. Dignitas, 4-5
6. NRG, 4-5
7. Immortals, 3-6
8. Shopify Rebellion, 3-6

–Field Level Media


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