The Premier League reaches its halfway stage
Defending champions Na`Vi stand atop of the twelve man table, with a perfect record of six wins and zero losses. The Ukrainians have managed to dig themselves out of a hole on more than one occasion, just recently managing to beat Complexity despite dropping the first game.
Virtus Pro, Wolves still to show up
At the other end of the table, Fnatic see themselves stuck firmly at the bottom with no wins from six. Their performances however are slowly but surely getting better as they struggle to adapt to the new game.
The replacements for the now disbanded Team Dignitas, Virtus Pro are yet to find a rhythm themselves, losing all of their matches so far and find themselves second from bottom. Recently sponsored Wolves side are still finding it hard to get going since their bad start when they were out of practice and out of form with tough losses to both Moscow 5 and Mouz in their last two games.
CLG play mouz on the 31st at the halfway point, before the league goes into a short break of sorts until the 5th of June, with mTw taking on NEXT.kz. With DreamHack Summer approaching rapidly and teams starting to bootcamp to get into the right frame of mind, the quality of the games are no doubt set to rise.