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Vitality’s boss talks LCS and not making Worlds

Team Vitality’s first year in the LCS has been a tale of two halves. After signing some of Europe’s best players, they entered the Spring Split with a lot of expectations, and lived up to them during the regular season. A 13 wins and five losses record saw them sat in third place as the Spring playoffs started, but then things took a turn for the worse. Fnatic easily dispatched Vitality 3–1 in the quarterfinals, ending their dreams of a trip to the Mid Season Invitational.

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