C9 just keep winning, lock up LCS first seed in pivotal tiebreaker win over FlyQuest

After trading places at the top of the LCS standings in the final moments of the Spring Split, Cloud9 and FlyQuest ended up deadlocked in first place after the full scheduled 18-game slate. It was appropriate that the two teams needed a winner-take-all tiebreaker to decide the top two seeds in the postseason bracket, and when the dust settled, it was Cloud9 who definitively earned the top spot, beating FlyQuest in one of the most competitive games of the split. 

Earlier this week, FlyQuest got run through by C9 in a match that appeared to all but lock C9 as NA’s number one seed heading into the postseason. However, after C9 lost to CLG and FlyQuest beat TSM to open today’s slate of games, it quickly became guaranteed that the two teams would meet at the end of the day to settle first place. 

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