Top players that could shine in LEC Summer Split 2019 – Part 1

Top players that could shine in LEC Summer Split 2019 – Part 1

We are slowly coming to the kick off of the Summer Split 2019 in EU. So it gives us an opportunity to look at the stars that will be aiming to shine in the championship. The old stars are still reluctant to make a mark. Meanwhile the new comers are also aiming to give it all in the championship.

From the veterans to the newcomers all will aiming to start on the front foot in one of the competitive leagues in the world. Since each team will be eyeing the 2019 Worlds spot. So let’s have a comprehensive look at some of the players that have the potential to get their teams the top spot.

Daniele “Jiizuke” di Mauro – Team Vitality

The 2018 Worlds campaign of Team Vitality was decent. They almost got a playoff spot out of the most difficult group of the competition. Only one defeat prevented them from getting the quarterfinal game Afreeca Freecs.

After the defeat, the organization has laid the foundation of aggressive playing style that has worked well in the modern day. Their coach Jakob “YamatoCannon” Mebdi recently said that his team doesn’t try to copy anyone all the want is to be confident in their play.

Despite having a decent lineup, Vitality struggled in the last Split. The side was comprehensively dominated in the Spring Playoffs. For the upcoming summer season Vitality will surely be aiming to make a big mark with their mid laner Daniele “Jiizuke” di Mauro who was quite impressive in the 2018 Worlds.

He has made a solid reputation of delivering some aggressive performance. He has also been exceptional with champions like Irelia, Ekko and LeBlanc. The fast playing style of the team could be clinical for the team in the upcoming season.

Mads “Broxah” Brock-Pedersen – Fnatic

In the Spring Season, Fnatic made an exceptional run to the playoffs of the LEC. But the side was eliminated by Origen. Overall their performance in the league was quite disappointing. Since they lost their first eight games of the championship. So for the summer, they have decided to put faith on an academy player, Daniel “Dan” Hockley. So that the depth of the side will improve in the jungle.

Their veteran jungler, Broxah made some interesting statements regarding this move. Since he said that the team really didn’t Dan. Since Broxah’s performance in the Split was quite solid and he is and always will be one of the stars of the team.

It will quite exciting to see how this move will have impact on the performance of Broxah. Since he it might have an impact on the overall chemistry of the team. SInce it doesn’t seem like he wants to share the jungling responsibilities with the  newly recruited 21-year old.

On the plus side, it could motivate Broxah to upgrade his game to a new level. Since Fantic is showing little on the player, it is perfect opportunity for Brocah to motivate himself to victory. He has a solid chemistry with Bwipo and Rekkles, which can prove to be a solid advantage.