A pro League of Legends esports team pursue their first championship after years of close calls and heartache. To win it all, they will need their prodigy, a 17-year-old rookie, and their 27-year-old veteran to put their egos aside and work together.
New League of Legends pro recruit Organizm joins his favourite team: Fugitive, led by legacy player Creamcheese. The two clash during Organizm's first professional match, establishing a new rivalry within one of the most promising and storied teams in esports.
A visit to Organizm's childhood home in Philadelphia helps illustrate the ambition and drive of a young player while the friction between Creamcheese and Organizm intensifies, with possibly disastrous consequences.
As a founding member of Fugitive and former teammate of Creamcheese, current coach Kyle Braxton takes his friend's walkout personally as he's forced to entertain trade offers.
In 2015, Fugitive Gaming earns their spot in the LCS after a win in the Relegation Series and immediately entertain ownership offers, including a convincing pitch from a co-owner of the Sacramento Kings, Nathan Resnick, whose motives are questioned by some players.
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During the mid-season break, Creamcheese and Organizm are the two players left at the Fugitive House but hopes of building any camaraderie are dashed when Organizm agrees to appear on a controversial podcast hosted by former Fugitive player, Guru.
Nightfall helps to bridge the divide between Organizm and Creamcheese while potential new owners circle Fugitive Gaming.
Fugitive faces off against Dignitas and former teammate Frugger in the first playoff series under new owners, Blue Wynn Capital. Creamcheese attends his 10-year high school reunion.
After a win in the LCS quarterfinals with Creamcheese and Organizm finally in sync, Fugitive travels to Philadelphia for the semi-finals. Conveniently near Organizm's hometown, he bristles as his family and town revel in his success.
Fugitive competes in the LCS Finals against rival TSM, who beat them in the 2016 finals, now led by former teammate Foresite.
After an emotional and dramatic showing at the LCS Finals, Fugitive shifts their focus to the World Championship in Seoul.