Someone has broken the CS world record. Again.
Jesper "Zven" Sveningssen is the third player to break the CS world record this split, with 946 CS in Fridays EU LCS game against Origen, beating out Martin "Rekkles" Larsson previous record of 858 on Ezreal in a game against Origen in June. That game lasted 80 minutes and 28 seconds, while this one was a little quicker at 67:47.
Rekkles and Fabian "Febiven" Diepstraten both broke the record during the game against Origen. The record before that was held by Nuclear, who broke it with 805 CS in a 66:46 game against Kongdoo Monster.
Zven ended the game with a 2/1/1 KDA on Sivir. While G2 lost the game, they defended valiantly against Origen's continuing assaults and defended their nexus towers again and again in the late-game. SoaZ closed out the game by making a backdoor play and rushing the nexus at the last minute finally putting G2 out of their misery.
Europe sure is playing some fast games this season.
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