It was another hilarious day in the 2022 League of Legends Championship Series summer split. Not many surprising results, but there were still plenty of moments that made the day great. Here is a recap of all the best moments in this Week 6 Day 1 LCS Wrap-up.
Player of the Day: C9’s Berserker
Do you really need anyone other than @C9Berserker pic.twitter.com/0ck8ddARTN
— Mark Zimmerman (@TheeMarkZ) July 31, 2022
This also doubles as the best quote of the day. But yeah, Cloud9’s bot laner Kim “Berserker” Min-cheol smurfed today on Zeri picking up a pentakill late in the game against FlyQuest which secured them the win.
Most Memorable Moment: Fudge’s tier list
(It's mostly memes) #LCS https://t.co/jxecrwRZln pic.twitter.com/ETOZIpXrgg
— LCS (@LCSOfficial) July 30, 2022
For the third week in a row, the LCS invited a pro top laner onto the official broadcast to give analysis and even cast a game. This week it was Cloud9 Ibrahim “Fudge” Allami’s turn. Fudge was fantastic on the broadcast and enlightened viewers with his perspective using things like scrim results to add context to his points. However, for our LCS wrap-up, the best part of his time on the broadcast was his top laner tier list that provided many laughs.
Best Clip: Dash’s Ice punishment
🧊 DASH IS IN THE ICE, WE REPEAT, DASH IS IN THE ICE 🧊#LCS pic.twitter.com/nCDMZiVYg4
— LCS (@LCSOfficial) July 31, 2022
The LCS analyst desk made predictions last week on which team would most likely take down the top-ranked Evil Genuises first. After Joshua “Jatt” Leesman locked in his 100 Thieves pick, James “Dash” Patterson took Counter Logic Gaming. The prediction didn’t originally have any stakes, but Dash was confident in his pick enough to make a deal with Jatt. Whoever is right, the other person would have to do a segment in an ice bath. Well, CLG lost to them to start the week and sure enough, 100 won. So this week, fans got the pleasure of seeing Dash struggle in his host duties in freezing cold water.
Week 6 continues on Sunday, July 31 with all 10 teams in the LCS heading back out onto the rift. Notable matchups include TL versus C9 and EG taking on FLY. Matches start at 3:30 p.m ET live on the LCS Twitch channel.