C9 Vulcan: "...I didn't want LCS Player of the Week to get in the way of denying TL the playoffs."
Cloud9 finished the 2020 League of Legends Championship Series Spring Split with a 17-1 record, running away with 1st place and securing the 1st playoff seed weeks before the conclusion of play. Cloud9's split is tied for the most dominant in history with Immortals' 2016 NA LCS Spring Split and TSM's 2016 NA LCS Summer Split.
Cloud9 Support Philippe "Vulcan" Laflamme spoke to Inven Global's Nick Geracie about how C9 is adjusting to competing during the outbreak of COVID-19, LCS Player of the Week, and who he has his eye on in the post-season after denying Team Liquid a spot in the 2020 LCS Spring Playoffs.
It was pretty hard for the first week, which was last week. It was hard to differentiate scrims from the actual LCS games because there isn't really as much of a difference as there was before the lockdown.