2016 EU LCS Summer Split Week 2 Power Rankings

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9. Origen (0 points, 0-0-2)

Origen was, without question, the most disappointing team from Week 1. Everyone knew that they took a massive hit when forced to switch out their bot lane, but damn, they looked awful in their first two series.

Losing to G2 Esports is nothing to be ashamed of, but it was clear that Origen wasn’t even on the same level as the reigning EU LCS champions. The second game was at least competitive for a good bit, but Origen can’t afford to be a team that’s content with being competitive.

The loss to G2 could have been forgiven if Origen came out the following day and took care of business, but things actually became worse.

A series against Unicorns of Love should have been a fairly easy win for Origen, but the team surprisingly got crushed in both games. It was sad to watch as every Origen player seemed so defeated.

Things are currently so bad for Origen that Konstantinos “FORG1VEN” Tzortziou actually quit on the team and now Enrique “xPeke” Cedeno will be the team’s ADC. Yeah, that’s probably not going to go well.

They battle Vitality and FC Schalke 04 this weekend, and it looks like Origen will have another winless couple of days.

It’s hard to imagine Origen being in this position, but not all teams are able to stay at the top for an extended period of time. It would be a miracle if they are able to turn things around.

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