Gen.G won two sets in a row, widening the gold gap.
Gen.G won the 2023 ‘LoL Champions Korea (LCK)’ spring regular season 2nd week against Fredit Brion with a set score of 2-0 at the LCK Arena in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the 26th. Gen.G pulled out his ‘traditional pick’ Corki against Azir in the second set, and went on to open up the gold gap. 메이저사이트
Freddit was not an easy opponent. Early in the first set, Park “Morgan” Lu-han increased his advantage on the top line and narrowed the kill gap to 4-4. However, the tense power battle was broken up with Kim “Faze” Soo-hwan getting the kill. At 19 minutes, the kill gap was only 5-5, but the gold gap widened by more than 5000. Han “Peanut” Wang-ho, who was encamped in front of Baron Nasher, made a surprise attack after confirming that the jungle was not blinking in the gap where the opponent’s skill was missing. Genji took it to Baron Nashor and used the power difference to destroy the Nexus.
In the second set, Freddit picked the ‘Jin-Karma’ combination and Azir. Gen.G’s pick to respond to this was the unexpected Corki. In the early lane battle, Fredit had the upper hand. However, based on Corki’s growth, Gen.G did not miss the gold while losing the dragon. Gen.G, who took the dragon in the 24th minute, also increased the kill gap to 12-5. Seong-hyeon “Umtti” Eom resisted Genji from the bottom, but failed to defend. Gen.G took the points this time as well.
Gen.G’s head coach, Dongbin Koh, said happily, “I felt good because the performance itself seemed good.” Regarding the ban pick, he replied, “Corki is a champ that Chovy (Jung Ji-hoon) has been doing well, and it was a pick I chose because it looked good because the opponent chose Azir.” He then expressed his determination, saying, “I think I have to continue my winning streak, and I think the remaining Hanwha game is a turning point, but I will prepare hard for the Hanwha game.”
Fredit’s Eom Seong-hyun said, “It was a pity that we couldn’t get together when we called the team. There is a part where I am angry with myself.” Director Choi Woo-beom analyzed the elements of the defeat, saying, “I felt sure that the opponent checked the field of view well.”