OG vs G2 in Finals on EU LCS.
CLG vs TSM in Finals on NA LCS.
How exciting... *bored expression here*
To be frank, I like the fact that Fnatic was taken down by G2 in the semifinals last week. Otherwise, it would be some blatant plot twists on the LCS history that I thought it was more of an attempt to return the viewership to the likes of the previous seasons in LCS (LCK and LPL are doing fine though), specifically this is an attempt of "history repeats itself" similar to their respective Summer Split 2015 Finals (OG vs FNC and CLG vs TSM). Although I am worried that when OG and TSM wins here, it is like "we are able to beat Korean teams through better communication (a running theme for TSM back when the current roster was about to form)", since G2 and CLG have Korean players in their line-ups. I personally do not like this kind of storyline LCS was trying to work right now (I honestly prefer TL vs IMT and G2 vs H2k in their respective Finals IMO).
Okay, for the more serious part...
I personally prefer to see new teams like either Team Immortals, Team Liquid or NRG E-Sports as NA LCS representative for MSI 2016 or G2 E-Sports for EU LCS rather than C9, CLG, TSM, OG or FNC here. This is really getting old especially Team SoloMid who had been in a lot of competitive scene outside LCS compared to any other teams really... After all, teams who will join the MSI are definitely targeting for the actual victory especially a certain LCK team (ROX, KT or SKT), EDG, a certain LMS team (Machi, Flash Wolves or ahq), and a certain IWC team (there are eight of them right now), not just for appearances only here and there just because they compete against other teams from the eastern parts of the world. *sigh* I belonged in that part anyway so I am more of LCK, LPL and LMS though.
Still wondering whether SKT could be able to win against KT and especially ROX (favorite LCK team this season) in order to be in MSI once again. At least, compared to either any of the LCS teams participating in the previous MSI/All-Stars, SKT T1 actually win games on those events. Even then, I don't mind seeing Faker and Bengi once again on MSI right now.