▲ Source: Riot Games In the final quarterfinal match of the LoL 2020 World Championship, Gen. G will face G2 Esports for the final ticket to the semi-finals, where he will face DAMWON Gaming. GEN are a team that likes to play by the books, where their strengths lie in strong laning and team fights, while G2 likes to create anomalies around the map and are masters of playing their game at their own pace. G2 is a team which on its own has elevated the status of the EU as a region. It only took them two years to be considered one of the best in the world as they have proven time and time again that they are able to perform on a level playing field, if not better than the teams in the East. Much of their international success has raised the bar for EU teams and continues to raise LEC standards every year. After the G2 quarterfinal match was finalized, G2’s top laner Wunder showed his confidence by playing GEN in the quarterfinals via Twitter. While G2 didn’t show any surprise picks like they did last year with Pyke and the Path of Down Syndra, they remain unpredictable. Especially in a Bo5, the flexibility of G2 will prove to be a nuisance for a team that likes to stick to the book. Individually, however, many people claim that GEN players have an advantage over G2. GEN’s bottom lane, Ruler and Life, proved why they were considered the best in the world, and Rascal continued to be consistent in the top lane. However, Clid and Bdd didn’t perform as well as they did during the summer split. This is a worrying trend for GEN, as the Mid-Jungle duo are the most important players in the current competitive meta. ▲ Source: Riot Games GEN’s best win conditions lie in their bottom lane. Currently, it’s hard to find a bot laner that looks stronger than Ruler, and GEN will have to use it well to triumph over G2. While G2 support Mikyx continues to look strong throughout the tournament, there were times when Perkz ended up getting caught on numerous occasions, so the bottom lane match will likely go in favor of GEN. On the other hand, G2’s best victory conditions will rest on their middle-of-the-jungle duo. While the team’s two junglers didn’t appear to be the strongest, G2’s Caps played consistently throughout the tournament, while GEN’s comic did not live up to their status. . Despite being 2W on Lucian, 1W on Orianna, 1-1 on Azir, and 1W on Sett at Worlds, his in-game performance has been mediocre at best. His Orianna match against TSM in the group stages is a prime example of his lackluster performance at this year’s Worlds, and he, alongside Clid, will have a huge goal on his back in the next game. G2 has a history of beating the best LCK teams on the Worlds stage. At 3-1 in both T1 and DWG at last year’s Worlds, their confidence in the ability to defeat Korean teams is at an all-time high. Will G2’s course at the Worlds resemble that of last year? Or can GEN defeat G2 and guarantee an LCK team in the final? ▲ Global Statistics for GEN and G2 For more information and LoL Esports content, visit our dedicated League of Legends section! Find full schedules, brackets and more for your favorite esports at Juked.gg! .