Three,peat champs Karmine Corp fizzle out of EU Masters contention after disappointing end to 2022 LFL Summer playoffs

  • 资讯
  • 新闻资讯
  • Three-peat champs Karmine Corp fizzle out of EU Masters contention after disappointing end to 2022 LFL Summer playoffs
收藏

Three-peat champs Karmine Corp fizzle out of EU Masters contention after disappointing end to 2022 LFL Summer playoffs

Dot Esports
08月05日
0
1154
Tyler Esguerra

After dominating the LFL for the past three seasons, the defending European Masters champions are not even going to attend this summer’s tournament.

Following a 3-1 series loss to GameWard in the 2022 Summer Playoffs, Karmine Corp will not be attending European Masters later this month. This is the most disappointing end to a season for the organization so far, especially after their blazing trail of destruction starting last year.

Since their LFL debut, the team won three European Masters trophies in a row, but will now watch the event from the sidelines to end their year.

Since 2021, KC finished top three in the LFL, with impressive records to back up their claims to be the best team in Europe’s tier two scene. The organization has seen multiple former members make the jump up to the LEC, like Team BDS’ jungler Cinkrof and marksman xMatty, along with G2 Esports’ rising star support, Targamas.

This year, however, they decided to field a team featuring some big-name veterans to continue their march towards greatness.

With players like veteran top laner Cabochard and superstar AD carry Rekkles highlighting their talented lineup, many people assumed the Blue Wall would continue its reign of terror over not just the LFL, but the European Masters circuit as well.

That fear was realized—for a moment—when KC won 2022 Spring EU Masters, but after a lackluster performance this summer, doubt has finally settled with the fanbase.

The team didn’t have the same level of dominance as we’ve seen in season’s past, exemplified through a significant drop in the team’s average gold difference at 15 minutes and their lowered neutral objective control rates. In fact, Karmine Corp had some of the lowest Baron and dragon control rates that we’ve seen from them since their debut in the league, according to Oracle’s Elixir.

Karmine Corp’s mid laner Saken is the only player with an expiring contract this year, so there is a good chance that the team sticks with a majority of their core roster for next year. However, this recent failure might be incentive to make some changes so that they can return to the top of the mountain in 2023.


See: Source Article

棒棒哒
(0)
+1
    换一批
    垃圾
    (0)
    +1
      换一批

      扫描二维码下载VP电竞

      每日电竞资讯准时送达

      已有 0 条评论

      网友互动

      看点、槽点,不吐不快!别憋着,马上大声说出来吧~记得先登录
      250
      登录
      全部评论

      还是空白呢,快来抢沙发~

      关注我们
      读者群1140179789
      微博VPGAME
      微信公众号

      VPGAME

      投稿邮箱

      ulmedia@outlook.com

      vp-public
      扫描二维码

      关注公众号

      最新版VP电竞APP

      VPGAME微信公众号