Lee “Prince” Chae-hwan, who moved to the LCS, recorded a quadrakill even before his debut.
Flyquest defeated Team Liquid in the opening match of the 2023 League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) held at the Riot Games Arena in California on the 27th (Korean time). In a match that attracted attention as only 7 Korean players participated in both teams, Flyquest won with fast operation and excellent fighting power.
In this match, Lee “Prince” Chae-hwan unfortunately missed a Pentakill in the final battle, but finished his debut match with a Quadra Kill, and LCS living legend Jeong “Impact” Eon-young set a record with 3,400 assists.
At the beginning of the match, Flyquest found stability in the laning battle with the aggressive ganking of Luming-i “Spica” who played Maokai. While main support Bill “Ayla” Nguyen was unable to play due to visa issues, Dong-gun “Winsome” Kim, who was called up from the academy, had a decent lane fight with Chae-hwan “Prince” Lee, who played Jerry as Lulu.
Flyquest effectively took the messenger by making the decision to raise the bot duo 9 minutes early. In the meantime, Jeong “Impact” Eon-young, who once had a hard time at the top, also showed a way to get back on track with Gangplank.
In the calm flow of the game, Lee “Big Ra” Dae-gwang, who played Azir, scored the first kill. Against ‘Pyosik’ Hong Chang-hyun’s Bai, who tried to gank in the mid, he showed good ultimate use and put pressure on his stamina, and ‘Spica’ finished it off with Maokai’s ultimate. One after another, Gangplank’s Jung Eon-yeong got a solo kill against Jax of ‘Summit’ Park Woo-tae.
Slowly opening up the gold gap, Flyquest began to benefit from skirmishes. In the process, Jeong Eon-young recorded 3,400 assists in his LCS career. After that, Fly Quest, which continued to win battles and even Baron, widened the gold difference to more than 8,000 with the Dragon 3 stack. In the end, Flyquest, who won with Lee Chae-hwan’s Quadra Kill in the final battle, finished the first game with victory.
On the other hand, Team Liquid, which had a roster of 3 Korean players and 2 Korean players led by coach Gyeong-Hwan Jang of “Marine” and Eui-Jin “Rainover” Kim, delayed their first win of the season to the next game. 먹튀검증