Having already won the series, Blaze will want to maintain their record of not losing any games in the tournament. Black having struggled to deal with the style of Blaze will need to change the way they play in this 3rd game to have any chance to beat the dominant Korean team.
* Black Bans: Vladimir, Graves, Ahri
* Azubu Blaze Bans: Malphite, Rumble, Shen
* Black Picks: Nunu, Caitlyn, Lee Sin, Galio, Jax
* Azubu Blaze Picks: Urgot, Nocturne, Ryze, Leona, Olaf
Azubu Blaze looked to find a level 1 fight, however, Black planned not to take a risk and wait for Blaze to leave the jungle. Black predicted a fight from Blaze and counter ganked it picking up first blood for Svenskeren. Blaze managed to turn it around though and got 3 kills for Ambition. A fight breaks out at the wraiths of Blaze, with blaze winning the 2 for 1 exchange with another kill for Ambition as well as a kill for Reaperd making the score 5-2 in favour of Blaze by 6 minutes.
The aggression and warding of Blaze allow them to win small skirmishes to further their lead. Black do manage to pick up the spree from Ambition, however, greed for a kill on Lustboy gets Svenskeren killed without even finishing Lustboy's Leona off. At 10 minutes the game is a lot closer than game 2, yet Blaze do look stronger again with some huge aggression around the midlane.
At bottom an engagement from Faceroller onto Cpt Jack allows Svenskeren to get a double kill at the expense of Faceroller. Meanwhile at top Alvik and Reaperd kill each other at the same time proving how equal they had been so far in this game at top lane. Black appear to be dealing with the pressure of Blaze much better in this game, yet this doesn't stop the aggression from Blaze.
At 14 minutes a fight breaks out at mid yet again, with Blaze coming out on top with 3 kills, whilst Black killed only 2 members of Blaze. Blaze picks up the first dragon of the game at 17 minutes as well as 2 kills and the bottom turret. Alvik does manage to kill Reaperd though, allowing Black to push down the middle and top turrets whilst the action at bottom went down.
Black in this game are only 5K gold behind at 19 minutes, in comparison to being 18k gold behind at the same point in the last game, giving them some hope. Blaze look to extend this lead through some aggression at top though, with 2 more kills being picked up. A tower dive at mid from Blaze sees a 4 for 0 exchange in favour of Blaze, allowing them to push down the second mid turret. Faceroller managed to finish his full Idol of Durand ultimate, however, it was not enough.
Black in desperation attempted to ninja a Baron kill, and very nearly succeeded, however, with some fortune Helios found them and stole Baron and forced a great teamfight in the favour of Blaze. Blaze go on to push all the way down mid killing the inhibitor before getting another 4 kills on the members of Black and ending the 3rd game maintaining perfection.
Ambition played excellently on Ryze again and deserves the MVP award for this game with a dominant performance in the lane where most of the action occured in this game.