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Finalists for LCS Spring 2021 MVP



As the LCS 2021 mid-season showdown draws to a close, the finalists for the Spring 2021 MVP award are about to be announced on April 9.

It all comes down to Blaber from Cloud9, Alphari from Team Liquid, and the FBI from 100Thieves.

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Cloud9’s Blaber is the 2020 Spring Split MVP award holder and has a high chance of defending his title.

Blaber made the first All-Pro team with his competition for this award Alphari and his teammates Zven and Perkz.

Blaber was also the only player to win the “Player of the Week” award twice this season (so far). Doing it in the first and fourth weeks of the spring division.

Cloud9 also finished the division in first place, demonstrating a dominant regular season.

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Compared to all the other jungles. C9 Blaber leads all Junglers in all major stat categories, plus KDA, which is led by TL Santorin.

In addition to leading in all stats, Blaber also leads the LCS in “Player of the Game” awards with 7

Blaber and Perkz, Cloud9’s mid-laner, have dominated all season through their 2v2 in the middle of the jungle and have already qualified for the final of the Mid-Season Showdown, where they compete for a spot in the Mid-Season. Invitational.

LCS Spring MVP 2021
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Team Liquid’s Alphari has shown his dominance in the top lane all season after being imported from Europe.

The Welshman won the “Player of the Week” award in the sixth week of the spring split.

Alphari also formed the first All-Pro team, along with his teammate CoreJJ.

Although Team Liquid only finished the division in third place, which is an inferior performance considering the expectations for this list. Alphari was a major part of Team Liquid’s loss for the first time he placed Cloud9 twice during the season. To be the only team in the league to do so against Cloud9 during the regular season.

Alphari also leads all the best lanes in the following stats: K (63), KDA (6.1), GD10 (493), XPD10 ​​(174), CSD10 (12.5) and CSPM (8.5).

A key stat to watch out for is that GD10 is at 493, as the next highest is CLG Finn with GD10 at 35.

In terms of showing how he’s an improvement over former Team Liquid top-line player Impact, Alphari has done so through his playstyle of being able to play with carry champions. This allows Team Liquid to play at the top of the map and takes pressure off Jensen and Tactical, who have been underperforming all season.

LCS 2021 Spring MVP
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Going into the spring 2021 split, expectations for 100T were extremely high. However, these expectations were not met as the team struggled to replicate its performance in the LCS Lock-in tournament that took place before the start of the regular season.

Although 100T struggled with their identity as a team and the players underperformed. The FBI proved he was a bottom lane threat all season, with his consistency in the high game.

The FBI leads all ADCs in: KP (77.3%), KS (38.7%) and XPD10 ​​(164)

Controversially, the FBI was left out of the first All-Pro team, with Cloud9 Zven replacing him. However, the FBI made the second All-Pro team

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Alphari’s Team Liquid and TSM will play on April 10 for a place in the final. The winner of this game will face Blaber’s Cloud9 in the final.

The final is scheduled for April 11, and the winner will be invited to attend the Mid-Season Invitational that will take place in Iceland.

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