30 episodes

The LCS Rundown meets once a week to discuss League Championship Series (LCS) along with professional player's lives and pro play! Tune in for an hour recap of the NA and EU LCS!
Brought to you by the Trinity Force Network. You can find more at http://trinityforcenetwork.com.

League Rundown - A League of Legends Esports Podcast Trinity Force Network

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    • 4.1, 57 Ratings

The LCS Rundown meets once a week to discuss League Championship Series (LCS) along with professional player's lives and pro play! Tune in for an hour recap of the NA and EU LCS!
Brought to you by the Trinity Force Network. You can find more at http://trinityforcenetwork.com.

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
57 Ratings

57 Ratings

Warm Worm ,

CLG Weekly

Okay, so this review will admittedly lack attention to EU, mainly because I think their coverage of the region is pretty solid, considering this is an NA-based podcast for, I assume, a predominantly NA audience. Anyway, I want to first say that I think this could be a phenomenal, absolute top-tier podcast. However, the host’s obsession with CLG honestly makes me want to unsubscribe. Maybe if he gave a fraction of his attention to any other team in NA, the co-hosts wouldn’t have to awkwardly correct his blatantly inaccurate assessments of the rest of the league. Just some examples of this — constantly blaming Dardoch’s attitude for Echo Fox misplays is lazy analysis. Putting Stixxay as a top-tier adc, this split in particular, is hazy at best. Claiming Aphromoo is 100t’s only win condition after a weekend where Ssumday completely popped off and Ryu finally seemed to find some cohesion with the rest of the team just adds to the impression I as a listener get that some of the “analysis” is getting phoned-in. Also, general treatment of TSM, Golden Guardians, Lemonnation. Banter is fine and fun, but when it stifles legitimate analyses of others, it weakens the product. With all this being said, I have noticed a much more positive atmosphere in the coverage of this season as opposed to the pretty negative energy last season seemed to erode into. It’s really frustrating that a podcast with such a high ceiling also brings me so frustration from a single member’s overwhelming bias. Hopefully, come playoffs and the exit of CLG, the cohosts of this generally insightful podcast will be able to more freely speak on the rest of the West. I know this is ridiculously long-winded, but his podcast is something I look forward to every week on my commutes, and I still think it’s one of the best out there.

To be clear, I have absolutely no problem with CLG. I personally think Huhi is a super underrated midlaner, and watching Biofrost mature into what I would consider a pretty successful shotcaller so quickly is really exciting. I just would like to hear about the successes of other teams, too.

Ta-ta.

Lexramp ,

Hope you like CLG

My morning commute now means I need to find more podcasts, so giving this one a go. Been listening last couple of months. Decent overall, but the host is a massive CLG fan, so about 60% of each podcast is about CLG. Think it might be great once CLG gets eliminated, but god, hearing them talk about CLG when they play like crap, just gushing about the one good fight in a loss then flossing over teams that are better or that played better gets old.

JollyRoger004 ,

Great!

Been out of the league scene for 2 years now, after playing since season 1, but have recently started watching the LCS again. Decided to look up some podcasts on it and found this 1. It’s great! love having something to listen to while I’m working that has great insight about the lcs and lec.

P.S. The Great Bjeardsen has 4 mvps not 2. Get bodied lift lift. Tsm Tsm Tsm

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