Vitality talk Origen, Worlds and more

LoL fans were expecting big things fromVitalityafter they announced their big move into professional League of Legends back in December, taking over Gambit’s spot in the EU LCS. WithShaunzon coaching duties and a solid line-up of seasoned pros, their intention was clear: qualifying for Worlds.

The Spring split is now well underway and we’ve had a better chance to see how the Vitality roster are meshing. They’ve shown promise, defeating Splyce and two of the strongest teams in the LCS – at least going into the split – Fnatic and Worlds 2015 semi-finalistsOrigen.

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