Cloud9 won and TSM lost Friday, leaving the teams tied for first place in the League of Legends' League Championship Series (LCS) Summer Split.
Cloud9 (15-7) defeated FlyQuest (8-14) in 23 minutes on red, and 100 Thieves (14-8) got past TSM (15-7) in 32 minutes on red.
In the night's other action, Team Liquid (14-8) topped Dignitas (13-9) in 33 minutes on blue, Evil Geniuses (11-11) beat Immortals (10-12) in 32 minutes on blue, and Counter Logic Gaming (6-16) edged Golden Guardians (4-18) in 43 minutes on red.
Ten teams in the top North American LoL league are competing in the triple round-robin summer season, with the top eight qualifying for the championship. Matches are best-of-one.
The top two teams will start in Round 2 of the playoffs' upper bracket. Third through sixth will start in Round 1 of the upper bracket, and seventh and eighth will start in Round 1 of the lower bracket.
On Friday, Australia's Ian Victor "FBI" Huang led 100 Thieves with a kill-death-assist ratio of 5-0-10. South Korea's Heo "Huni" Seung-hoon and New Zealand's Lawrence "Lost" Sze Yuy Hui each had a 1-4-0 K-D-A ratio for TSM.
Croatia's Luka "Perkz" Perkovic paced Cloud9 with a 10-0-5 K-D-A ratio. FlyQuest didn't manage a single kill.
Week 3 of the Summer Split continues Saturday with five matches:
--Golden Guardians vs. 100 Thieves
--FlyQuest vs. TSM
--Team Liquid vs. Evil Geniuses
--Cloud9 vs. Counter Logic Gaming
--Immortals vs. Dignitas
League Championship Series Sumer Split standings (including records carried over from the Spring Split):
T1. Cloud9, 15-7
T1. TSM, 15-7
T3. 100 Thieves, 14-8
T3. Team Liquid, 14-8
5. Dignitas, 13-9
6. Evil Geniuses, 11-11
7. Immortals, 10-12
8. FlyQuest, 8-14
9. Counter Logic Gaming, 6-16
10. Golden Guardians, 4-18
--Field Level Media