LCS COVERAGE

LCS EU Summer'15 Week Five

LCS EU Summer'15 is a nine-week long competition (May 28th – July 24th) that features ten teams from Europe. Competitors face each other twice in a best-of-one format. By the end of the regular part of the split six teams qualify for playoffs and compete for a prize pool as well as Championship Points that they must accrue to qualify for Season 5 Worlds. 10th place is automatically relegated and replaced by the 1st place Challenger team. 8th and 9th place will battle against 2nd and 3rd place Challenger teams to qualify for LCS EU Spring'16.

 

WEEKLY RECAP

Weekly Recap #9

Going into the fourth week of LCS EU Spring we shared the 6th place with Copenhagen Wolves and Roccat: 2 Wins and 4 Losses. Victory over Giants Gaming and loss to Unicorns of Love allowed us to retain the 6th place, but now we are in a sole possession of it: 3 Wins and 5 Losses.

GAMBIT WEEKLY

Gambit Weekly #28

Who was your first main in League of Legends? Betsy: My first main back in Season 2 was Vladimir. I really liked that he did not use Mana as his resource and could be played both Top and Mid – that was really good for SoloQ.

LCS COVERAGE

LCS EU Summer'15 Week Four

LCS EU Summer'15 is a nine-week long competition (May 28th – July 24th) that features ten teams from Europe. Competitors face each other twice in a best-of-one format. By the end of the regular part of the split six teams qualify for playoffs and compete for a prize pool as well as Championship Points that they must accrue to qualify for Season 5 Worlds. 10th place is automatically relegated and replaced by the 1st place Challenger team. 8th and 9th place will battle against 2nd and 3rd place Challenger teams to qualify for LCS EU Spring'16.

 

WEEKLY RECAP

Weekly Recap #8

After a successful two-week trial we decided to hire Kévin "Shaunz" Ghanbarzadeh as our full-time Head Coach. We believe that Kévin has both the right attitude and the skill set to lead our team.

OFFICIAL STATEMENTS

Shaunz Joins Gambit on a Full-Time Basis

We are glad to announce that Kévin "Shaunz" Ghanbarzadeh will be joining Gambit Gaming as a Head Coach on a full-time basis. During his time with us we were able to confirm that he is the kind of coach we are looking for. Kévin has a great work attitude, leads our players by example, reinforces good wor environment, plays a crucial role in our strategic in-game development and is even working overtime.

LCS COVERAGE

LCS EU Summer'15 Week Three

LCS EU Summer'15 is a nine-week long competition (May 28th – July 24th) that features ten teams from Europe. Competitors face each other twice in a best-of-one format. By the end of the regular part of the split six teams qualify for playoffs and compete for a prize pool as well as Championship Points that they must accrue to qualify for Season 5 Worlds. 10th place is automatically relegated and replaced by the 1st place Challenger team. 8th and 9th place will battle against 2nd and 3rd place Challenger teams to qualify for LCS EU Spring'16.

 

GAMBIT WEEKLY

Gambit Weekly #27

Who is the strongest opponent you have faced in a competitive setting? Diamond: I met a lot of strong players in my career, and it's really hard to say, who is the best out of them. A lot of them were noticeable and "the best" at the time we played each other. The hardest were InSec, Froggen and Stanley. First had insane mechanics and good understanding of how jungle works, second was almost unkillable in the Mid lane and solo carrying games, and the third was smart, applied insane amount of pressure in his lane during the whole game, and it was, to be honest, annoying to play against.

WEEKLY RECAP

Weekly Recap #7

By the end of the first week of LCS EU Summer Kévin "Shaunz" Ghanbarzadeh moved in to our gaming house to begin his two-week trial as our Head Coach. Kévin stood out the most among over 150 candidates who applied for this position.

LCS COVERAGE

LCS EU Summer'15 Week Two

LCS EU Summer'15 is a nine-week long competition (May 28th – July 24th) that features ten teams from Europe. Competitors face each other twice in a best-of-one format. By the end of the regular part of the split six teams qualify for playoffs and compete for a prize pool as well as Championship Points that they must accrue to qualify for Season 5 Worlds. 10th place is automatically relegated and replaced by the 1st place Challenger team. 8th and 9th place will battle against 2nd and 3rd place Challenger teams to qualify for LCS EU Spring'16.

 

OFFICIAL STATEMENTS

Shaunz on a Two-Week Trial as Gambit's Head Coach

Before we get to Kévin we would like to thank everyone who has applied for a coaching position. We received more than 150 applications from all over the world, including countries like Canada, the US and Australia. Our applicants have very diverse backgrounds, such as teachers, sports psychologists, managers and psychotherapists. We narrowed this list down to a dozen candidates for a further evaluation. They have participated in our scrimmages with a purpose of finding out what kind of feedback and guidance they are able to provide. Based on an input in this process we decided to elect Kévin as our primary candidate due to his high degree of professionalism and game knowledge, as well as his ability to approach players.

LCS COVERAGE

LCS EU Summer'15 Week One

LCS EU Summer'15 is a nine-week long competition (May 28th – July 24th) that features ten teams from Europe. Competitors face each other twice in a best-of-one format. By the end of the regular part of the split six teams qualify for playoffs and compete for a prize pool as well as Championship Points that they must accrue to qualify for Season 5 Worlds. 10th place is automatically relegated and replaced by the 1st place Challenger team. 8th and 9th place will battle against 2nd and 3rd place Challenger teams to qualify for LCS EU Spring'16.

 

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