OKBET G2 Esports
- Following its dismal performance at Worlds 2022, OKBET G2 Esports aims to assemble a better lineup for the 2023 season.
- According to reports, it has given Jankos and Flakked the opportunity to consider their alternatives going ahead.
The European teams performed heartbreakingly in League of Legends Worlds 2022. OKBET G2 Esports, one of the finest teams in the League of Legends European Championship (LEC), was eliminated from the competition after going 1-5 in the Group Stage. OKBET G2 Esports seemed to have a successful year in their area, winning the Spring Split and finishing second in the Summer Split, losing to Rogue. However, management has chosen to make squad adjustments going into the summer in order to assemble a great club for the 2023 season. According to reports, two of G2 Esports’ top players have been given the green light to pursue other opportunities.
G2 Esports GM Romain discusses the team’s future.
OKBET G2 Esports League of Legends General Manager Romain Bigeard went to Twitter to reflect on the team’s international success and to discuss what to anticipate in the future. He admitted that it had been a frustrating year for western fans at Worlds, and that a squad of five hardworking LEC players with excellent team spirit was not enough to compete against teams from the League of Legends Pro League (LPL) and League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK). He said that G2 Esports would go back to the drawing board after a poor three-week performance.
Bigeard vowed that OKBET G2 Esports will assemble the finest squad possible. “We’re devoting a lot of resources to make this happen,” he continued. We will do everything in our power to construct and maintain the roster that we honestly feel has the best chance of surviving the 10-month competition.”
He also said that the season would be fierce, magnificent, and harsh. “We will offer all we have to win the World Championship in competitive League of Legends.” We’ll see you in 2023!”
G2 Esports’ 2023 roster
OKBET G2 Esports is seeking to replace jungler Marcin “Jankos” Jankowski and attack-damage carrier (ADC) Victor “Flakked” Lirola Tortosa, according to Brieuc Seeger alias LEC Wooloo. According to reports, the two players have been given the opportunity to consider their alternatives.
G2 finished first in the regular season but failed to defend and keep their championship against Rogue in the Summer Split. G2 Esports was seeded in Group B at Worlds 2022, with JD Gaming, Damwon KIA, and Evil Geniuses. However, the squad only won one game out of the six that it played.
Jankos’ departure from OKBET G2 Esports will formally signal the end of a brilliant period, with just Rasmus “caPs” Borregaard Winther remaining as a long-time OKBET G2 player. Jankos joined G2 Esports in 2017 and has been instrumental in the team’s international and local success.
DRX Kingen split relentlessly pushes
The series’ opening match was a massacre, with both DRX and EDG exchanging punches. DRX had a solid advantage for the most of the game, taking up dragons and towers. However, following a series of victorious team battles, EDG was able to capture Baron Nashor and destroy DRX’s infrastructure. EDG was eating away at the Korean team’s base around the 31-minute mark, but DRX’s top laner Hwang “Kingen” Seong-hoon, who was on the Fiora, split pushed top and grabbed the inhibitor tower. As a consequence, EDG’s top laner Li “Flandre” Xuanjun was forced to teleport to the base, where he was killed by the Fiora under the Nexus towers. For a few moments, Kingen moved away from the lane, then strolled back and secured the open inhibitor, demonstrating the might of a split-pushing Fiora.
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