Who will win the 2018 LCK Summer Split?

We’re already deep into the third week of the 2018 LCK Summer Split and tensions are heating up as to who will win this prestigious League of Legends gaming competition.

So far, it’s already proven to be an epic gaming tournament. And whilst past teams like GE Tigers have made their name at this event, it looks like Griffin could be the LoL team that we should all be backing to win.

It’s the first time that Griffin have appeared at the LCK Summer Split, and the new team were widely dismissed as being also-rans thanks to middling performances in the 2017 Kespa Cup.

However, all of that looks to have changed as Griffin stunned the gaming world with a 6-0 undefeated run in the LCK tournament that suggests that they could be a new gaming powerhouse on the scene.

There has so far been plenty of speculation as to how Griffin managed to achieve this incredible turnaround in form. But much of the impressive change has been put down to the awesome performances made by their new mid laner, Chovy. This 17-year gaming star only joined the Griffin team in March 2018, but he’s already clocked up a staggering average five kills per game.

It’s worth checking out a stream of Griffin’s game against Kingzone Dragon X to see exactly how Chovy has managed to stun the esports world. Whilst the defending champions were widely expected to win this match, it was thanks to the innovative gameplay of Chovy that Griffin could be amongst the front-runners to emerge top of the LCK Summer Split leaderboard.

Of course, there is still plenty of gaming ahead before we can make an accurate prediction of who will win this awesome esports tournament. Be sure to keep an eye on the odds on sites like Betclic at https://www.betting.org/bookmakers/betclic/, so that you can take advantage of the turnaround in Griffin’s fortunes. Whilst most punters would be backing Kingzone Dragon X or even SK Telecom T1 to pick up the title, it’s clear that things change incredibly quickly in this fascinating competition.

Many esports fans are still holding on for Afreeca Freecs to continue their good run of form thanks to star players like Kuro. But with Griffin showing a team spirit that could keep them at the top of the table, it seems that the League of Legends world might have a new team to be reckoned with.