FlyQuest’s 2-0 lead isn’t unexpected, according to PowerOfEvil
Five wins, 13 losses, and a ninth-place finish. That’s how FlyQuest ended their 2019 Summer Split in the LCS. It was clear that they needed a change, but when FlyQuest announced it signed Tristan “PowerOfEvil” Schrage and Lee “IgNar” Dong-geun, our League of Legends experts weren’t impressed.
In fact, Dot Esports rated FlyQuest as the eighth-best team in our preseason power rankings. As an outsider, it’s easy to be results orientated. It’s easy to see a 5-13 record and assume a lateral change likely won’t make a difference. So when FlyQuest pulled off a 2-0 this weekend, we were stunned. But for PowerOfEvil, this was the likely outcome.