The representative of the Polish league K1CK Neosurf beat GamersOrigin in the semifinals of the European Masters of League of Legends, last night, with the score of 2-1.
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There is now only one representative of the French league still in the race for the European Masters, which pit the best teams in the national leagues to complete the Spring Split. While LDLC OL qualified for the semi-finals, which they will play against Rogue's academy team, GamersOrigin lost their quarter-final match. The competition ends here for them, until the Summer Split of the French league which would start next month.
Last night, GO faced K1CK Neosurf, the Polish team having taken second place in the Ultraliga. K1CK started the quarterfinal match by winning the first game. GamersOrigin then galised, but the poles won the best-of-3 match point, with a Marcin "iBo" Lebuda unstoppable on Aatrox and well placed ultimate of Oskar Bard "Raxxo" Bazydło.
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Despite the sometimes complicated taking of objectives, the Polish team has proven itself in teamfights. She will advance to the semi-final against the Spanish team number 2, Movistar Riders. The match promises to be interesting, as the teams have already met in the group stage. They ended up galit and fought every other time. With a longer best-of-3 format and the highest stakes, the best team will be crowned once and for all tomorrow at 9 p.m.
The match will take place after the semi-final between the last French representative, LDLC OL, AGO Rogue who is the other Polish representative. The same applies to the two teams: they finished equally in the group stage and both won a match against their opponent. This confrontation will also promise a beautiful show, tomorrow 6 pm on O'Gaming.