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EU LCS 2016 Causes Physical Tilting

We are smack dab in the middle of the League of Legends EU LCS Summer 2016.

We are smack dab in the middle of the League of Legends EU LCS Summer 2016. There have been a lot of ties in these "Best of 2" matches against a number of teams, with some great plays, some meh plays, and some downright dissatisfaction.

But there's something about watching someone tilt - physically tilt - that gives me a bit of schadenfreude and gives the audience something to watch as well. As gamers, we've all been there. When everything suddenly goes horribly wrong, and all you can do is watch. This is exactly the scenario that happened in Week 4, when G2 went up against Vitality. Watch Zven as this play goes down, and you will FEEL the tilt.

Granted, tilting is not exclusive to the LCS, but it piqued my interest more than most of the rest of this season's LCS games. Maybe now that we're in the second half, we'll see the players ramping up their game. I'd like to see more wins rather than all the ties. Seriously... so many ties...

via Niimitz / Reddit

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