Season 3 World Championship
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Season 3 World Championship is over and SK Telecom T1 have been crowned victors. Today, however, we don't give praises but look back at the pick, ban and win trends of the entire tournament in a S3WC special of "Stats Corner"
In one of the cleanest sweeps we've seen in Grand Finals history, SKT T1 valiantly takes down Royal Club in a convincing 3-0 to prize themselves as the Season 3 World Champions, bringing home $1,000,000.
A few days after the semi-final games with NaJin Black Sword, SKT T1, Fnatic, and Royal Club, we gaze back and pick out the the top 4 games. In addition, who had the highest KDA? What about the most assists or dragons? We'll be diving into that today.
As with any hype during the calm before the storm, analysts, journalists, and fans discussed their thoughts and opinions of how Worlds would play out. While some of those held true to the thoughts of the community, there were quite a few things that really stood out. We'll dive into four of those things that really threw us off.
In an incredible brawl between Fnatic and Royal Club, Royal Club manages to clench a 3-1 victory and proceed to the grand finals where they will meet SKT T1.
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After winning the semifinal against Najin Black Sword, Piglet, the AD Carry of SKT T1 sits down for an interview, sharing his thoughts on the games.
The jungler from Evil Geniuses will be joining the caster's desk for today's games, presumably to help discuss the picks and bans between the two teams.
The guys at OGN sat down with a short interview with all of SKT T1 to discuss their match against Najin Black Sword as well as to talk about their potential final matchup against the other semi-finalists.
Team Solomid's support player has some bitter things to say about his team in his talk to the fans to cover his feelings about Worlds.
Fnatic's manager sits down for an interview with sOAZ to discuss playing at the Galen center and proceeding onwards. He also talks to Harry Wigget about the best of five format.