The LCS returned to action today with another installment of its annual preseason Lock In tournament. TSM and reigning LCS champions 100 Thieves kicked off the Lock In event, with 100 Thieves claiming victory in 26 minutes.
Due to travel-based circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, several TSM starters, including two of the organization’s newest offseason signees Keaiduo and Shenyi, were unable to arrive in the United States in time for the beginning of the Lock In tournament. As a result of their absences, TSM elected to field its full Academy-level roster for the entire event as opposed to playing with a splintered lineup of LCS starters and Academy fill-ins.
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