This article contains predictions for the Paramount+ series Players season 1, episode 10.
We had the BEST episode of Players yet as we head into the season finale. We got the backstory on the infamous choke job in 2016 by Creamcheese. The 2021 LCS championship kicked off and we were off to the races. Here is everything that went down in season 1, episode 9, “Finals”.
- It is championship time. Fugitive Gaming is riding a high as they are ready to challenge Foresite and his crew.
- As the team is in Vegas, Creamcheese heads to a Britney Spears concert with Morgan and after it was over, someone was recording him asking why he wasn’t practicing for the big game which set him off.
- The social media world took by storm that Creamcheese wasn’t focused and criticized him heavily.
- In 2016, Fugitive went up 2-0 on TSM in the LCS finale as they were on the verge of winning it all until Creamcheese made one bad move and the entire momentum shifted with TSM coming back and beating them.
- Post-match, Morgan wanted to take Creamcheese out of the states but he wanted to focus on gaming which lead to their breakup.
- Morgan breaking up was one thing, but Foresite leaving devastated Creamcheese.
- As we entered the 2021 LCS Final, Fugitive gaming were riding a high. Coach Kyle made a smart decision switching lanes to start the game and they easily took game one from TSM.
- After an intense battle, Nightfall came to the rescue securing game two for Fugitive Gaming.
- Mid-game three, the game got paused and all the momentum that Fugitive had was gone. Not only did they lose game three, but Creamcheese and Organizm also blew up at each other.
Players season 1, episode 10 release date
The next episode is scheduled to premiere on Paramount+ on Thursday, July 28, 2022. It’s the season finale of the ten total episodes airing weekly between now and Thursday, July 28th, 2022.
Where to watch online
As mentioned above, Players episode 10 will air exclusively on Paramount+. Since Paramount+ is still making a name for itself in the Streaming Wars, there will be many new customers signing up for the service on the strength of original shows such as this one. Membership is $4.99 or $9.99 a month (the latter is the premium package), or $49.99/$99.99 on an annual plan.
- TSM takes game four causing the LCS final to go to a game five
- Creamcheese makes a move and helps Fugitive Gaming win their first-ever LCS Championship
- Creamcheese has an epic speech.