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Fnatic vs. H2K will feature a bot-lane focused stream with Krepo, Zven and Mithy

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Ever since Riot moved to a two-stream system this split, new opportunities have been opened up for series coverage, especially during playoffs. In North America last weekend, we saw position-specific streams for the Envy vs. Cloud9 quarterfinal (top lane) and the Counter Logic Gaming vs. Team Liquid quarterfinal (jungle).

Now with arguably an even more exciting matchup in EU in H2K vs. Fnatic (delayed from this weekend after audio issues), there’s perhaps the most appealing position-specific stream yet: a bot-lane stream with Mitch "Krepo" Voorspoels and G2’s star bot lane of Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen and Alfonso “Mithy” Aguirre Rodríguez.

With the recent patch changes, standard lanes are far more common at the start of the game, which means we’ll see these two bot lanes go head-to-head.

They knew it, too: a few days ago, H2K AD Carry Aleš "Freeze" Kněžínek, sitting out due to injury, fired off some banter on Twitter.

Rekkles responded in kind.

Not to be left out, Freeze’s replacement, Konstantinos “Forg1ven” Tzortziou joined in.

The games start at 11 a.m. ET.