H2K squash Splyce

H2K's Marcin “Jankos” Jankowski (left) and Fabian “Febiven” Diepstraten (center) celebrate after defeating Splyce in the first week of the EU League of Legends Championship Series 2017 Spring Split. Provided by Riot Games

H2K dominated teamfights throughout their 2-0 series win against Splyce on Saturday, rising to the top of European League of Legends Championship Series Group B on Week 1, Day 3.

H2K destroyed Splyce in Game 1, taking control of the series. Marcin "Jankos" Jankowski's Lee Sin was impactful from an early stage, getting his laners ahead and dominating map control. Splyce stood no chance after falling behind early and were outclassed by H2K in teamfights from the onset.

H2K's Fabian "Febiven" Diepstraten's masterful Jayce performance was the talk of the game, as the mid laner finished with an absurd 9/0/10 KDA (kills/deaths/assists).

H2K once again vanquished Splyce in teamfights before taking Game 2 and sweeping the series. H2K controlled the game from the mid game forward, taking a 4-for-0 teamfight win in the 19th minute to swing a 6,500 gold lead they would never relinquish.

Febiven's Cassiopeia and Jankos' Kha'zix were influential once again, carrying H2K to a win. H2K's Choi "Chei" Sun-ho kept his team safe on Tahm Kench, devouring his teammates to keep them from dying, while setting up a game-high 12 assists.