Great performance from KINGZONE against Flash wolves in MSI 2018 semifinals

Before few hours LCK champions KINGZONE DragonX faced LMS Flash wolves in MSI (Mid Season Invitational) 2018 senifinals.

KINGZONE DragonX defated Flash wolves with 3-1 to secure the spot in MSI 2018 finals.

After beating KINGZONE twice in the group stage, Flash Wolves hoped to repeat their success and advance to the MSI finals against Royal Never Give Up.

Flash Wolves won the second game off of a lucky fight in the bot lane that they used to press an advantage. KINGZONE, however, proved to be the dominant force throughout the day by taking control of the matchup and securing the overall victory.

KINGZONE’s stellar team performance gave them the win today, with top laner Kim “Khan” Dong-ha in particular stepping up after a lackluster group stage to lead his squad to crucial teamfight victories and objective control.

With this victory, KINGZONE will play against RNG Royal Never give Up tomorrow in MSI 2018 finals at 01:15 PM CEST.

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