Following a fiercely contested loss by DWG KIA to JD Gaming on the second day of groups, the LCK has officially lost both of its matches at the 2022 League of Legends World Championship. The match lasted 36 minutes and featured two of the top teams in the competition.
Even though DWG KIA failed to win any domestic awards this year, they are still regarded as title contenders because they were a former global champion team. With Nuguri, Canyon, and ShowMaker as a superstar trio, this team is still competitive. They had also just experienced a successful opening victory over G2 Esports on the first day.
JDG has continued to uphold its reputation as the world’s most aggressive squad. They shown outstanding teamwork yesterday when they defeated Evil Geniuses, and they continued to build anticipation with one of the most thrilling games of the group stage so far.
The Quick Recap
Each team was back and forth from the first minute on, making the entire game very stressful. However, JDG chose a team lineup that significantly outperformed DK’s, with high-damage threats like Graves, Azir, and Kai’Sa gaining strength. For a long time, the situation remained fairly balanced, with big events occurring in all areas, such as Canyon’s startling flash-dragon theft or the great Shurima Shuffle from Yagao pre-six.
Korean teams are typically thought to play much more slowly, but DWG KIA easily matched JDG’s tempo and aggression. The teamfights were frantic and exhilarating as a result. However, JDG’s scaling composition won out in the end. Even at the end of the game, there was only 200 gold between the two teams, so the game was still extremely tight.
Due to their mechanical prowess and self-assurance, DK has demonstrated that they are prepared to engage in physical violence and be destructive in teamfights. But even when the situation turns into a fiesta, students still need to practice carrying out teamfights and maintaining communication.
JDG, on the other hand, continues to hold onto the top spot in their division. Fans may watch this juggernaut in action after a hiatus when they square off against G2 on Monday, Oct. 10.
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