The Jin Air Green Wings have defeated SK Telecom T1 2-1, in a match that saw Game 3 conclude after 94 minutes and 36 seconds of play — making it the longest professional game ever played, toppling a record that has stood since 2013. Jin Air’s miraculous victory included a base defense in which all three inhibitors had fallen. But with the help of Park “Teddy” Jin-sung’s Sivir dealing amounts of damage that saw the LCK casters dub him “the fountain laser,” they were able to push SKT back. The match also obliterated previous world records for highest CS in a professional game. Teddy isRead More →

In League of Legends, First Blood means a bump in gold, some early momentum and most importantly one team’s chance to set the tone for the rest of the game. From Bjergsen’s emphatic start to his NA career to SKT’s 5-on-5 attack on KT in 2013, here are the most intense and game-breaking First Blood kills in League of Legends’ competitive history. For more videos like this one, be sure to subscribe to theScore esports on YouTube. Copyright © 2018 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license. Source: The Score LoLRead More →

Mitch "Boris" Voorspoels, formerly Krepo, is acting as the stand in the support for Schalke 04 Esports, due to their starting ADC Elias "Upset" Lipp being sick, Schalke announced ahead of their game against ROCCAT. Unfortunate News: @S04Upset won’t be able to participate in our match against @ROCCAT due to medical issues. Boris will sub in temporarily. — Schalke 04 Esports (@S04Esports) January 19, 2018 The team's starting support Oskar "Vander" Bogdan is standing in as the AD Carry in Upset's absence. Boris was most recently a caster for the EU LCS, but stepped down from that role in June 2017 and announced in OctoberRead More →

Joshua “Dardoch” Hartnett has a reputation for being a difficult player to work with. From this time on Team Liquid, to his swap between Immortals and CLG last year, Dardoch has built up legacy as one of League of Legend’s most promising young players, but also one of its most problematic. Going into 2018, Dardoch is part of Echo Fox's new roster, and he says he's working on fixing that reputation. Dardoch took some time to talk with theScore esports about how he's going to do that, signing with Echo Fox and the importance of the NA LCS Players' Association. Why did you go withRead More →

Pro interviews are a key component to the League of Legends scene. Fans have the chance to get know their favorite players outside of the game and pros get the opportunity to speak to the public. But post-game interviews don't always go as planned. Sometimes there are broadcast glitches, language barriers or even just nervs that get can in the way. We’ve compiled some of the best fails and funny moments from League of Legends interviews. For more videos like this one, be sure to subscribe to theScore esports on YouTube. Copyright © 2018 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced underRead More →

Seung-hoon "Huni" Heo is one of the most traveled players in League of Legends. The top laner has played in three regions over the past three years, for three different teams. Now, he's returning to North America, the only region of those three he hasn't won a championship in, to play for Echo Fox. Huni spoke with theScore esports about Echo Fox's new roster, his region-hopping tendencies, and what he picked up from playing for SK Telecom T1. What did you learn from your time on SKT? I was spending time [in] 2017 with SKT, that I learned from it a lot. As a person,Read More →

Podcast video topics and time stamps: 4:00 – How did you end up on 100 Thieves?5:47 – How do you feel about leaving CLG?9:15 – How do you feel about Biofrost replacing you?13:51 – Cody Sun/Stixxay comparison. What is Cody's potential?22:02 – How does the lack of relegation affect motivation?28:48 – What's going on with the Players' Association?40:40 – What teams are you most worried about this split? Zaqueri “aphromoo” Black is the epitome of an LCS veteran. The superstar support player has helped mold several of the careers of his Counter Logic Gaming teammates for years — all while helping to set the benchmarkRead More →

The interaction between esports and memes is always fascinating. Often, we see the esports community repurpose popular memes for their own use. But every now and then, esports fans bring their own meme to life. And in 2017, none were bigger than Paid By Steve. For more videos like this one, be sure to subscribe to theScore esports on YouTube. Copyright © 2018 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license. Source: The Score LoLRead More →

In a Dota 2 game, sometimes winning a big teamfight or pulling off a devastating wombo combo isn’t enough to prove your dominance. Sometimes, you need to step up and show the enemy team that you alone are a force to be reckoned with. With that, theScore esports scoured through tons of professional Dota 2 footage to bring you the 10 best Rampages of all-time. For more videos like this one, be sure to subscribe to theScore esports on YouTube. Copyright © 2018 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license. Source: The Score Dota 2Read More →

OG didn’t win the Frankfurt Major simply off the back of incredible play. They didn’t win just because they were the best players there. They didn’t win because of the momentum they had in the losers' bracket. They won because everything came together in one perfect storm of circumstance and skill. Two players slighted by an organization they would grow to demolish. One emerging talent with little stage experience. Two more veterans, looking for an opportunity to prove themselves. Five players hungry for victory in the tournament they came together to win. Five players out for revenge, recognition and glory. And, of course, a millionRead More →