Zven on the brink of history as C9 set to face Evil Geniuses

Zven on the brink of history as C9 set to face Evil Geniuses
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Cloud  9 star man, Zven, has always been accustomed to setting new records.

He could set another one when C9 faces Evil Geniuses on April 11 in the semi-final of the LCS slated for Saturday, April 11.

The Danish ADC could write his name in the history book if his team succeeds in winning the tournament. This means Zven will be the first player in League of Legends history to win a North America and Europe domestic split.

The Dane, who presently has a 17-1 record in the current LCS season, was part of the squad that inflicted a decisive defeat on 100 Thieves in the quarterfinals last weekend.

Apart from Zven’s record, C9 could win the tournament for the seventh time if they continue to with this type of performance. They joined the league in 2013.

It could be recalled that Zven was at the brink of setting this record last year during his stint with Team SoloMid. But an on-going conflict within the roster cost him the title he couldn’t win for two consecutive years.

Zven is undoubtedly one of the most successful players in the LEC. He had a successful stint with G3 Esports when he won back-to-back titles with them. The team also finished in the top four of the 2015 World Championship.

When he moved to TSM, the Dane ADC alongside Mithy, who is his support, could not replicate his success overseas and finished third in the 2018 summer playoffs. While he finished as runners up with his team in 2019, he missed winning the Worlds tournament narrowly. 

He linked up with C9 in the offseason, and he has been successful by winning 16 of his games in the regular season He advanced to the playoffs with a 12.3 KDA to his credit. He recorded 87 kills and 16 deaths during the games.

En route to the last four, Evil Geniuses after some time qualified for the second round of the winners’ bracket in the 020 LCS Spring playoffs after a dogged team fight against FlyQuest in four games which they won 3-1.

Written by: Oladipupo Mojeed