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Your Rookie and Coach of the Spring Split are…

With Playoffs well into full swing, it’s time to find out who the top Rookie and Coach are for the 2019 Spring Split!

With round 2 of the LEC spring split playoffs just around the corner, it’s finally time to announce our Rookie and Coach of the split!

Just a week ago we announced our All-pro teams for the split, and among our top 3 teams, we saw only Selfmade of all our rookies claiming a spot. However, with two rookies left in the title race, Humanoid, and Nemesis, the battle for the Rookie of the Split was hotter than ever.

IN FIRST PLACE:

Selfmade

Oskar "Selfmade” Boderek- JUNGLE, SK GAMING, - 123 POINTS

"For me Selfmade embodied Most Valuable Player in the purest sense of the word for SK Gaming during the Spring Split. His early prowess combined with no fear mentality against any jungler or team brought SK Gaming numerous victories during the split and also rewarded them with a play-off berth. He is rough around the edges, especially around the infinity edge as seen in Round 1 of play-offs, but if he can reel it in he will be a household name in Europe before long. "

Eefje ‘Sjokz’ Depoortere

IN SECOND PLACE:

Tim ‘Nemesis’ Lipovšek - MID, FNATIC - 55 POINTS

IN THIRD PLACE:

Marek "Humanoid" Brázda- MID, SPLYCE - 53 POINTS

Now behind every great team, is their coaching staff, and throughout this split we’ve seen many coaches step into the limelight. The race for coach of the split was pretty fierce but there was one name that stood out above all the rest.

IN FIRST PLACE:

André Guilhoto

André Guilhoto - ORIGEN - 90 POINTS

"Guilhoto was by far and away the clear choice for coach of the split, almost doubling the vote count of the next closest coach. Guilhoto's Origen play some of the cleanest games in Europe and close out their games by being very methodical and showcasing a strong understanding of the game. He led Origen to a 2nd place finish in the regular season and now has the chance to win the first LEC trophy."

Christy ‘Ender’ Frierson

IN SECOND PLACE:

Hadrien ‘Duke’ Forestier- SPLYCE - 47 POINTS

IN THIRD PLACE:

Jakob ‘YamatoCannon’ Mebdi - VITALITY - 37 POINTS

 

Make sure to catch all the playoff action, continuing with Fnatic vs. Splyce at 5:30pm CEST on Friday 5th April, on watch.lolesports.com.

Check back next week as we announce the award to top them all: the MVP of the 2019 Spring Split!

WHO WOULD YOU VOTE AS YOUR #1 ROOKIE AND COACH? LET US KNOW IN THE COMMENTS BELOW!