Sliding Doors: LCO 2021 Split 2, Week 1

Welcome back to Sliding Doors for the Door Dash LCO Split 2!

Each week we run through the League of Legends Circuit Oceania teams with sometimes spicy, sometimes nice if/then takes, and, every now and then, an additional bonus one around a special topic.

You might be familiar with this concept if you’re an AFL fan, which is where we got the idea. So without further ado, here are your sliding doors for LCO Split 1, Week 4!

There’s an underdog to keep your eyes on in Split 2,

It’s the Chiefs. They made a statement in playoffs, and if they can carry that form into the regular season, they’re a real dark horse.

The microscope is on any team this split,

It’s the Wolfpack. They played well below par for most of the split, and another bad performance could send some old dogs into retirement.

You’re wanting to avoid yet another bottom two finish,

Here’s some free advice: Settle on a core five to start with instead of flexing around 10 mediocre players, and build some synergy.

There’s something we want to see from Legacy this split,

Give Whynot more games. He’s literally free content, and it wouldn’t hurt to work some fresh blood in.

You’re wondering who Goodo is,

Don’t worry, we are too. Korean import junglers out of nowhere have a good record in Oceanic League though…

Anyone has a point to prove this split,

Kevy will need to run around on the rift like a man possessed. Can’t blame peace for picking up Babip but it’s up to Kevy to make them regret the decision.

A team could ruin the Pentanet Worlds dream,

Peace picking up Babip is showing real ambition to make it happen.

Pentanet are already thinking about Worlds,

Imagine how good the content is going to be. #SENDIT, fellas.

If you’d like to join us for LCO watch parties, join the Snowball Discord.

That’s all we have for this week! Check back every Tuesday for more Sliding Doors!

The League of Legends Circuit Oceania returns today.

Andrew Wray
Andrew Wray
One of Snowball's founders, Andrew "Wray Z" Wray is a sports fanatic. Formerly of Riot Games, Andrew has extensive experience when it comes to the OPL, but you'll find him across most games in Oceanic esports.



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