Wild Rift Icons 2022 Play-Ins Day Five Recap

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Day five of the Icons 2022 Play-Ins is the final day of the tournament’s Play-Ins stage. The results of the Icons 2022 Play-Ins’ fifth day determined the final four teams who made it to groups. Continue reading this recap to learn more about the results of the final day of the play-ins. 

Recap

In group A, the Flash Wolves beat the Game Lords to make it to the next stage of the tournament. Game Lords took the early lead in the first game, but the Flash Wolves pulled out a comeback victory. In game two, the Flash Wolves dominated Game Lords throughout the game en route to their victory. As a result, the Flash Wolves defeated Game Lords in a sweep to continue their Icons journey. Afterwards, the second decider match of the Icons 2022 Play-Ins’ fifth day featured Rex Regum Qeon and Unsold Stuff Gaming. Both teams traded kills back and forth in the first game. However, RRQ’s pulled off a successful backdoor play to steal the win in game one. Following this, RRQ pummeled USG in game two with superior fighting ability to make it to the group stage. Next, Rix.GG and T1 headlined the decider match for group C. Rix.GG won the first game and pushed T1 on the brink of elimination by consistently beating them in fights. However, T1 dominated Rix in the second game to tie the series. The final game of their series was tight, but T1 securing baron helped them pull off a successful backdoor win. Finally, Sentinels faced Liberty in the final match of the Icons 2022 Play-Ins. Sentinels were dominating Liberty throughout the first game. However, Liberty won off a successful backdoor through the baron lane to win game one. In game two, Liberty took the early lead and then continued to outplay Sentinels to eventually punch their ticket to the group stage.


This wraps up our recap of the Icons 2022 Play-Ins’ day five deciders. Click this link to learn about the results of the previous day.

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