So after a long wait, the 2022 LPL Spring Split is very close to the global LoL-loving audience. Specifically, tomorrow – January 10, the LPL Spring 2022 will officially start with the first match between Oh My God and ThunderTalk Gaming. We will then witness a fiery confrontation between FunPlus Phoenix and Royal Never GiveUp.
LPL Spring 2022 has come very close to the audience
With the 2022 LPL Spring coming so close, the content of assessing the strength of the teams becomes extremely attractive to the audience. Therefore, some streamers and BLVs in this area recently had a special livestream to give their assessment of the upcoming 2022 Spring LPL. After a while of debate, they came to the conclusion that EDward Gaming is the strongest team and the 3 names chasing behind are Royal Never GiveUp, Top Esports and LNG Esports respectively.
Reviews of coaches and streamers about the teams in LPL Spring 2022
After that, this review went viral on social media and became a pretty hot topic. Even Doinb in his broadcast also saw the above assessment and thought that it did not accurately reflect the strength of some teams. Doinb believes that those judgments are only based on the results of the most recent tournament, the Demacia Cup 2021, an unreliable metric.
Doinb thinks that based on the results of the Demacia Cup 2021, the assessment of strength is incorrect
Doinb: “Whoa, I just saw a power rating of this LPL. I think it’s based on the results of the Demacia Cup 2021, that’s fine but it’s not right. Do you know why? Because a lot of teams didn’t bring their strongest roster to that tournament, don’t underestimate Weibo Gaming and Bilibili Gaming, they didn’t do well in the last Demacia Cup because they used a lot of subs.
The thing that most accurately reflects the strength of each team is the results of the scrims. I myself can be bad in Demacia Cup but every time scrim I can get 20 kills per game. Or like Uzi, for example, he has very impressive scrim results.”
Uzi and BLG recently had very good scrim results
It can be seen that Doinb is not wrong at all when Demacia’s results do not determine the strength or success of the teams in the following spring. Even in the last season, Top Esports won the Demacia Cup 2020 but they stopped in the top 4 of the LPL Spring 2021 and did not have the opportunity to attend MSI. In this season, Top Esports also won the Demacia Cup 2021 but there is no guarantee that history will not repeat with this team.
Meanwhile, the names mentioned by Doinb such as Weibo Gaming by SofM or Bilibili Gaming led by Uzi are showing extremely positive signals. Both these teams have extremely good scrim results and the possibility is very high that they will compete fairly for a place in the top 4, furthermore, the title of LPL Spring 2022.
SofM and his teammates at WBG also got impressive scrim results recently