NA LCS 2016 Summer Split Pre-Season Power Rankings

Follow @bigbadesports The 2016 North American LCS summer split gets under way this Friday and many fans are still unsure where their team stands when compared to the rest of the field. Hopefully, these power rankings help clarify some of your questions about each team. I’ve ranked each team and placed them into groups to

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EU LCS 2016 Summer Split Pre-Season Power Rankings

Follow @bigbadesports The 2016 European LCS summer split starts on Thursday and it comes with many unanswered questions. How will all the new transfers fit into their new teams? Is G2 the team to beat? Will Yellowstar’s return help Fnatic reach the top again? How will the new format affect the entire league? And those

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Drifters of Starcraft

Follow @bigbadesports Drifters of Starcraft   There are many players in the Starcraft scene who are currently teamless or widely inactive, but of those players there are three really standout names that have pretty big followings and no real answer to what they are doing for many of the foreign scenes fans. The three players

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Kespa Roster Changes: May

Follow @bigbadesports Kespa Roster Changes: May   Over the last week or so there have been many changes to the player rosters over in Korea. MarineKing retired and although he hasn’t been performing that well lately his presence and name will be sorely missed by MVP. There was some good news however in that MC

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MarineKing’s Abdication

Follow @bigbadesports MarineKing’s Abdication   Recently after another failed chance to qualify for either the GSL or the SSL for the 2016 season Lee “MarineKing” Jung Hoon has decided to retire from competitive Starcraft. While a part of me is sad to see the story officially end, the realist inside me felt this was the

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Korean Cross Finals Preview

Follow @bigbadesports Korean Cross Finals Preview   On May 22nd Korea will host its very first GSL/SSL Cross Finals. The way this works,A for those who do not know, is that the winner and the runner up of the GSL and the SSL are taken and seeded into a four man tournament in which the

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LCS Format Changes for the 2016 Summer Split

Follow @bigbadesports In North America and Europe, teams have been playing best-of-ones each day for several years now. That trend stops in less than 2 weeks when the 2016 Summer Split gets under way and teams start competing in best-of-two and best-of-three formats. The format and scheduling for the summer split have been changed completely, so

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