LCS power rankings: 2020 Spring Split week 7

In Disney’s 2019 sequel movie Frozen 2, Idina Menzel plays Elsa, a girl who quite literally is at the top of her kingdom. With power and grace, she ruled as queen before a strange voice led her into the unknown.

After seven weeks of the LCS Spring Split, it looks like North America is repeating that plot in more ways than one. In terms of gameplay, we saw some shocking upsets last week, including unbeaten Cloud9 losing to a 6-6 TSM team and Liquid losing two straight. And now we have news that the whole rest of the split is suspended as the world grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic.

All that continues to make it difficult for our voters to rank the LCS teams. When we asked them to rate each squad from one point (worst) to 10 points (best), this is how it turned out:

RankTeamPointsRank Change
1)Cloud940
2)TSM35+2
3)FlyQuest33-1
4)Immortals28+2
5)Team Liquid22-2
6)Evil Geniuses21+2
7)100 Thieves17
8)Dignitas10-3
9)Golden Guardians10
10)CLG4

The good news is, if we follow the standard Disney plot, the queen returns triumphantly and order is restored all within a manner of minutes. We can only hope that happens to the LCS and everyone affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lost in the woods: Dignitas, Golden Guardians, CLG

CLG started off week seven with a win over Liquid that looked almost comically bad for both sides. But a win is a win, especially with new ADC Oh “Wind” Myeong-jin filling in for Stixxay.

But then they turned around and got blown out by Evil Geniuses. It’s frustrating to see Wiggily calling the shots against Broxah and Liquid and then just fall to pieces against Svenskeren and EG, especially since his team had a scaling advantage.

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