Lec: Fnatic and G2 Esports for the LoL Finals

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For the fifth time, a League of Legends European Championship final will culminate in the final between G2 Esports and Fnatic, the two most successful organizations. Eleven titles won by G2 Esports in thirteen finals played, seven won by Fnatic in the twelve times they played for the trophy. In total, the two teams have won 18 titles out of 23 available between 2013 and now. However, today is the first general final of the new Lec Finals.

Two always present

Introduced in 2023, the Lec Finals welcomed the top six teams that achieved the best results throughout the season. Of these, only two now remain, G2 Esports and Fnatic, after the latter defeated the Mad Lions yesterday in a thrilling match that only ended in the fifth game. So Fnatic returns to the finals exactly after two years: it was summer 2021 when, after an excellent run from the lower bracket, Fnatic surrendered to the Mad Lions in the last act.

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The last victory

However, the last final won by Fnatic dates back to five years ago: summer 2018. Rasmus ‘Caps’ Winther, a mid laner who would move to bitter rival G2 the following year, also played in that Esports team, to remain there today. Caps is one of two players to have played in all four European Finals between G2 Esports and Fnatic in League of Legends history. Not only that, he won them all. The other is Wunder, who instead took the opposite path. Wunder was present at the very first final between G2 and Fnc, dated spring 2018, which was lost. He then won the next three again with G2 Esports, before moving to Fnatic at the end of 2022.

The full in-depth analysis is on Esportsmag.it.

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Source : Corriere Dello Sport

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