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Russian Wildcard Pummels Opponent Into Submission In Another Worlds Upset

Counter Logic Gaming has a history of performing unevenly at big League of Legends tournaments, and Worlds is no exception. Founded back in 2010, the veteran LoL team exited the 2015 World Championship before the knockout phase, finish 2-4 during the group stage. After falling to Albus Nox Luna in last night’s match, they now have the distinction of losing to a wildcard in three consecutive international tournaments.
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