Team Dynamics rolled through both games in their first series in the first week of LCK Summer Split against KT Rolster, with a sweeping performance.
The team exceeded all expectations by defeating KT Rolster 2-0 on the second day of the LCK Summer Split’s first week, which has been seen as an upset.
KT didn’t use star League of Legends player meb, who joined them earlier in May and opted for SoHwan, who is the team’s starting top laner since the launch of the 2020 season.
With a determination to be that they can contest for the LCK title, Dynamics proved their worth, with its players focused on taking comfort picks. They went for champs without the best synergy, but they were confident in their skills.
On the other hand, KT went for favourable matchups that were expected to give them easy and fast wins.
It was, however, it was not the case, as Dynamics players, through their relentless effort, succeeded in roaming and played around early objectives. They also won most of the teamfights, apart form winning both early games with numerous ganks from Beyond.
Dynamics mid laner Kuzann was too hard to handle by KT as he scattered the opponents with his Corki packages in game one, while AD carry deokdam continued from where he stopped after being given the space to annihilate the opponents in the second game.
Aphelios, which was once more as a decisive pick in the meta, helped Deokdam to score a quadrakill. After a successful fight around the Baron pit right after a drake steal, Dynamic successfully wrapped up the series to win in only 24 minutes.
Speaking after the victory, Dynamics top laner Rich was confident, saying he thought he was the best Aatrox player in the league.
On his next matchup against Afreeca Freecs top laner Kiin, he was less confident. The top laner said he would do his best to go 50-50 against the opponent.
After a successful outing in Challengers Korea, Dynamics has caught the attention of League fans. They recently partnered with South Korean food brand Nongshim to help them get to the next level.
Next on Dynamic’s schedule is Afreeca Freecs. The game holds on Saturday, June 20.
Written by: Oladipupo Mojeed