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Your All-Pro Team of the 2017 Summer Split is…

All split long you’ve seen tier list after tier list, but now it’s time for the most prestigious one of all: the 2017 Summer Split Awards!

With the regular season over and Fnatic and H2K locked in at the top of their respective groups it was time to find out who the teams, casters, and journalists thought rose above the rest as the best players in the Summer Split. 

To see how the voting process worked, check out our earlier article here.

IN FIRST PLACE:

Paul “sOAZ” Boyer - Top, Fnatic - 78 Points
Mads “Broxah” Brock-Pedersen - Jungle, Fnatic - 81 Points
Fabian “Febiven” Diepstraten - Mid, H2K - 72 Points
Martin “Rekkles” Larsson - ADC, Fnatic - 98 Points
Alfonso “Mithy” Aguirre Rodriguez - Support, G2 Esports - 54 Points

#1

 

"An impressive All-Pro team dominated by Fnatic. Many players were fighting for the #1 spot but nobody could challenge players like Rekkles and Broxah in their roles. The 7 year veteran Soaz claiming 1st further adds to his fantastic legacy as Europe's best toplaner of all time. In the mid lane we have the most consistent player of the spring split, Febiven, who has consistently been a force to be reckoned with and able to play any style. Rounding out the team is Mithy, the shotcaller and captain always gets a lot of respect from the players in the EU LCS and he has stepped up his performance compared to Spring Split."

Martin "Deficio" Lynge

IN SECOND PLACE:

Andrei “Odoamne” Pascu - Top, H2K - 56 Points
Marcin “Jankos” Jankowski - Jungle, H2K - 73 Points
Rasmus “Caps” Winther - Mid, Fnatic - 69 Points
Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen - ADC, G2 Esports - 68 Points
Seon-Ho “Chei” Choi - Support, H2K - 47 Points

pro team

 

"A bad ass Camille quadra for Odoamne and Jankos’ clean Zac play, make a strong case for both players showing up on the #2 All Pro Team.  A 3rd H2K member joins the lineup as well, Support Chei, a surprise standout in the summer season with a penchant for play-making. This list is made even sweeter by the addition of FNC Midlaner Caps, who has gone from an underwhelming Spring Regular Season to a top contender in the Summer Season. Zven’s placement here is bitter sweet, normally a shoe-in for #1, Rekkles simply outclassed the former king of the bot lane denying a top spot. But surrounded by such talent  Zven can still take pride in the #2 All Pro Team."

Daniel Drakos

IN THIRD PLACE:

Tamás “Vizicsacsi” Kiss - Top, UOL - 42 Points
Kang “Trick” Yun Kim - Jungle, G2 Esports - 24 Points
Luka “Perkz” Perkovic - Mid, G2 Esports - 41 Points
Samuel “Samux” Fernández Fort - ADC, UOL - 28 Points
Jesse “Jesiz” Le - Support, Fnatic - 42 Points

#3

 

"To me, Samux has been on of the most impressive players of the split. If it weren't for his consistency and skill, I believe Unicorns would have struggled a lot more during the regular season. I'm glad his hard work is being recognized."

Andrew "Vedius" Day

Fnatic showed up in a big way this Split, and that’s reflected by the fact that they’re the only team to have all five members appear on All-Pro teams, a massive improvement over their showing in the 2017 Spring Split awards where only Rekkles made it onto a team. Following close behind them with four players is H2K, which should come as no surprise after they stepped it up in the second half of the Summer Split. 

Who would you vote for on your All-Pro EU LCS team? Let us know in the comments below!

To check out who voted for whom, look here

  • Coach and Rookie of the 2017 EU LCS Summer Split will be posted on Friday, August 25
  • MVP of the 2017 EU LCS Summer Split will be announced on September 3 during the EU LCS Summer Finals in Paris