Having watched "Giants" about a million times right now, I think it's really badass how through the animation and the music, Riot subtly recognizes either the characters' in-game play or their lore and abilities.
Ekko obviously teleports everywhere, and the backwards/reverse reverb in the music in his second verse reflects his ability to reverse time.
Senna sings the hook, which is a reference to how she got hooked by Thresh and trapped in the lantern.
Qiyana does by far the most dancing and motion of anyone, reflecting her status as a high-mobility roaming champion.
Akali's segment keeps blacking in and out of visibility, reflecting her stealth abilities.
Yasuo doesn't say anything, because he's been chat restricted.
It's very deep lore.
Other names could be Better jung wins or mid diff. If not there's always open mid that can make a striking appearance with prominent members Leblanc, Akali, Zed and some others.
Today, FPX players are back to Shanghai and everyone except for DoinB streamed. They did some VOD review of the games and played some league. Below are the summary of some of the things they said that might be interesting.
Warning: FPX players really like to troll, so don't take everything 100%.
(Gimgoon, Tian, Crisp)FPX had been scrimming with G2 ever since they arrived in Europe on Oct 2nd and G2 was the team they scrimmed the most with, so they knew G2 very well. They won most of the scrims too, like 9/10 of them.
(Tian)They did well in their scrims pre-tournament against all regions, so they got cocky and thought they would have a deep run; especially LWX. However, LWX inted his brain out in their first game with JT and they lost, so they became quite pessimistic. [From Weibo source: Tian apparently studied the route to swim back to China from Berlin.]
(Crisp) G2 were like their brothers. They scrimmed so much and they played some similar things, so when the quarters draw came out, he thought both G2 and FPX would be knocked out. Didn't expect to meet them in the final at all. They also lost to SKT 1-5 in scrims after group stage, which was also part of why they thought they would go home before every BO5, and never felt they could win the whole thing, until G2 knocked out SKT. (Crisp, Tian)Then they suddenly felt they had a good shot.
(Crisp) SKT was destroying teams in scrims. FPX beat every other team in scrims, including IG, but not SKT. He had no idea how SKT got knocked out by G2, but he discovered after watching the semi-final series that SKT didn't look that strong.
(Crisp) The week before the final, FPX scrimmed with a team that was around 4th/5th in LEC. They played 6 games and that's all they got. [To clarify, his exact words were 'an EU team at 4-5 place whose name I don't remember now' and I was assuming he meant LEC, but it's possible he didn't mean that.]