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With the LCS’ 2020 Spring Split concluded, it comes time to announce the All-Pro teams for the season. These teams include players that have gone above and beyond to carry their teams to victory. Whether they made a game-changing play or helped set the team up in fights, these players have shown that they’re the best of the best.
All-Pro team 1
- Top: Eric ‘Licorice‘ Ritchie
- Jungle: Robert ‘Blaber‘ Huang
- Mid: Yasin ‘Nisqy‘ Dincer
- Bot: Jesper ‘Zven‘ Svenningsen
- Support: Philippe ‘Vulcan‘ Laflamme
After a nearly perfect split, it comes at no surprise that the Cloud9 squad comes in at number one. Each member of the team stepped things up this year to propel them to first place overall. This brought most of the team to receive the Mastercard Player of the Week, excluding Licorice. With a 17-1 finish to the split, it appears that Cloud9 is on a different level compared to the competition.
All-Pro team 2
- Top: Chanho ‘Ssumday‘ Kim
- Jungle: Can ‘Closer‘ Çelik
- Mid: Daniele ‘Jiizuke‘ Di Mauro
- Bot: Junsik ‘Bang‘ Bae
- Support: Donggeun ‘Ignar‘ Lee
Evil Geniuses take the cake with the second All-Pro team. Both Bang and Jiizuke stepped up in the latter half of the split and helped the team reach 2nd place overall. After the pair had rough splits on their previous teams, it feels good to see them on the All-Pro team.
100 Thieves top laner Ssumday is no stranger to the All-Pro team either. Since he signed with the Thieves, he has been nothing by a solo-kill god. According to Games of Legends eSports, he finished the 2020 split with 10 solo kills across 17 games. It’s clear that Ssumday can tango with the best top laners out there.
Finishing out the team, we have Golden Guardian’s Turkish import Closer and FlyQuest’s support Ignar. Both were key points to their team’s success in engages for team fights and objective secures. Closer shook up the jungle scene with his flashy plays, while Ignar had some incredible saves for his team.
All-Pro team 3
- Top: Sergen ‘Broken Blade‘ Çelik
- Jungle: Lucas ‘Santorin‘ Larsen
- Mid: Tristan ‘PowerOfEvil‘ Schrage
- Bot: Cody ‘Cody Sun‘ Sun
- Support: Vincent ‘Biofrost‘ Wang
It’s surprising that Biofrost and Broken Blade are the only ones from the notorious TSM to make the All-Pro team. Bjergsen had one of his best splits this year, even getting a penta kill on Azir against 100 Thieves. Nonetheless, TSM held its own this split, with Broken Blade crushing in the top lane and Biofrost making his return to the organization.
FlyQuest shows up yet again with Santorin and PowerOfEvil. These two were one of the best mid/jungle duos in the league. Santorin saw some game-changing objective steals at Baron and various dragons. POE, on the other hand, made a mess of his opponents in the mid lane, winning a majority of matchups.
Last but certainly not least, we have 100 Thieves’ bot laner Cody Sun. Cody made his return to the organization after playing for Dignitas and had the same stellar performance. After a rocky start at the beginning of the split, he came back with his flashy plays on Aphelios.
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Danny Appleford is an esports journalist for Upcomer that started writing for Daily Esports in 2020. He now specializes in articles surrounding League of Legends, Call of Duty, VALORANT and Halo.