The voting for the League of Legends (LoL) Championship Series (LCS) All-Stars has come to a close. Here is how the scores came out in the end:
First place goes to Paul “sOAZ” Boyer, from Fnatic, with 33.19 percent of the votes. Boyer just barely makes it into the All-Star team as second place was only .10 percent behind him.
In second place is Mike “Wickd” Peterson, from EG Raidcall, with 33.09 percent of the votes. The percentages are so close he could almost taste victory.
Evgeny “Darien” Mazaev, from Gambit BenQ, came in fourth with 17.64 percent of the votes.
Danil “Diamondprox” Reshetnikov, from Gambit BenQ, came in first with 49.28 percent of the votes and will be part of the All-Star team.
Second place went to Stephen “Snoopeh” Ellis, from EG Raidcall, who only managed to get 26.34 percent of the votes, making this a landslide win by Reshetnikov.
In third place we see Lauri “Cyanide” Happonen, from Fnatic, with 12.02 percent of the votes.
Alexsei “Alex Ich” Ichetovkin, from Gambit BenQ, took first place in mid with 32.39 percent of the community vote. He is only 0.66 percent above second place.
Enrique “xPeke” Cedeño-Martinez, from Fnatic, came in second with 31.73 percent. It was a close match for the top two contenders but Ichetovkin seems to have slightly more community support.
In third place came Henrik “Froggen” Hansen, from EG Raidcall. He was only able to get 15.86 percent of the votes.
Evegny “Genja” Andryushin, from Gambit BenQ, has taken the first place spot with 29.36 percent of the community vote.
Peter “Yellowpete” Wuppin, from EG Raidcall, came in second with 24.25 percent of the vote.
In third place came Adrian “CandyPanda” Wubblemann with 19.28 percent of the vote.
Edward “EDward” Abgaryan, from Gambit BenQ, took first place with a whopping 57.01 percent of the community vote. There was no doubt whatsoever about who was going to win it.
Mitch “Kreppo” Voorspoels, from EG Raidcall, came in second; trailing far behind the leader, with only 27.23 percent of the vote.
Third place sees Patrick “Nyph” Funke, from SK Gaming, trailing far behind; with only 6.86 percent of the vote.
If you haven’t yet noticed, the All-Star team consists of four Gambit BenQ players and one Fnatic player. This is against the rules about eligibility and therefore Ichetovkin might have to forfeit his spot in the team. Here are the rules of eligibility:
Player must have started at least two LCS games during Season Three prior to the Voting Period.
Player must maintain affiliation with an LCS team throughout the Voting Period.
Maximum of three players from any single LCS team may be voted onto a Regional All-Star team.
If four or five players from a team receive the most votes in their respective categories, the three players from that team who received the most total votes will advance to the Regional All-Star team; the fourth and fifth highest vote-getters from that team will be replaced by the next highest vote-getter in their respective categories.
Riot will select a Manager for the All-Star team in each LCS region.
The selected Managers will not count towards their respective team’s three player limit.