T-2. Counter Logic Gaming (4-3)
For week two, Counter Logic Gaming receives the award for most improved. Not only did they win both of their games this week, but their wins were against Cloud Nine and TSM Snapdragon, who were the two most threatening teams as of last week. Counter Logic Gaming improved with their new lineup, which seems to now be close to solidified. Nientonsoh's top lane play continues to improve, Chauster's support improved dramatically, and Doublelift made even bigger moves than he did last week. The overall play was much stronger from Counter Logic Gaming this week than last week because the chemistry has improved. Top lane player Nientonsoh improved immensely in his top lane, even bullying TSM Snapdragon's Dyrus with Malphite on the second day. On the first day against Cloud Nine, Nien beat Balls, going 3/0/8 on Jayce. Mid lane player Link, week two's MVP, made great plays during both victories, going 5/0/7 on Orianna and 9/3/8 on Twisted Fate. Many even claimed that the way Link played Twisted Fate against TSM Snapdragon was the epitome of how the champion should be used in any game. Jungler bigfatlp made solid plays on Nocturne and Elise in the jungle, but definitely did not impress very much. AD carry Doublelift, on the other hand, made major plays on Tristana (5/1/6) and Caitlyn (8/2/8). Doublelift and support Chauster made improvements on their chemistry, and they looked much more comfortable in lane phase. Chauster improved exorbitantly from his lukewarm performance last week, making big plays as Janna and Lulu.