The best LCK players in League of Legends Worlds 2022 – Final Part (Bot Lane Edition)

Ruler is currently enjoying one of his best splits, and as Worlds is almost set to start, he will be looking for his second Worlds trophy. This summer split, Gen.G achieved the highest winning percentage in individual games in LCK history. Gen.G managed to win 28 out of their latest 31 individual games, with Ruler being the stable rock behind this incredible movement. 

The best LCK players in League of Legends Worlds 2022 – Part 3 (Jungler Editon)

Canyon has been the only player in the roster that continues to dominate the Rift in all stages. Aside from Showmaker, the top and bottom lanes have been underwhelming compared to previous iterations of the team. For any jungler, having two possible weak sides is a nightmare as opportunities become restricted and predictable for the enemy team. 

The best LCK players in League of Legends Worlds 2022 – Part 2 (T1 Edition)

The LCK has been for many years an incredibly secured contender for World’s titles, however the last couple of years its domestic league  has been in a downward spiral. With only 2 maximum 3 competitive teams in the league itself, it is relatively hard to improve and come ready to the biggest stage in League of Legends esports.

The best LCK players in League of Legends Worlds 2022 – Part 1

The LCK has been for many years an incredibly secured contender for World’s titles, however the last couple of years its domestic league  has been in a downward spiral. With only 2 maximum 3 competitive teams in the league itself, it is relatively hard to improve and come ready to the biggest stage in League of Legends esports.

LPL strongest players, who to keep an eye for in the 2022 League of Legends World Championship – Part 3

Since back in 2019, we have been able to experience one of the best bot laners in League of Legends history. And after winning a Worlds trophy in 2021, Viper is coming in as the most lane dominant bot laner in the tournament. Viper managed to thrive last season even when the meta was focused outside of the bot lane. What separates Viper from all the other bot laners, is his clutch mentality. Viper stands out after tough situations, definitely being the comeback king in Worlds finals last year and in the LPL 2022 Summer Playoffs.

The best youngsters at the League of Legends 2022 World Championship – Final Part

The League of Legends 2022 World Championship is an incredible time for League fans and the esports community as a whole since they get to see their favorite squads and players fighting for the coveted Summoner’s Cup and the bragging rights of being a world champion. Since the organizations have to manage incredible mental resilience and consistency throughout the year, Worlds is absolutely full with talented and mechanically skilled players looking to prove that they are truly worthy of the spot and a chance at the title. 

The best youngsters at the League of Legends 2022 World Championship – Part 2

The League of Legends 2022 World Championship is an incredible time for League fans and the esports community as a whole since they get to see their favorite squads and players fighting for the coveted Summoner’s Cup and the bragging rights of being a world champion. Since the organizations have to manage incredible mental resilience and consistency throughout the year, Worlds is absolutely full with talented and mechanically skilled players looking to prove that they are truly worthy of the spot and a chance at the title.

Youngsters and rookies usually have the biggest hunger to show their talent during the event, not only to justify their current spot on a team but also to secure a juicy contract for the upcoming split. Even though their gameplay may be a bit rough around the edges to be up to the standards of Worlds title challengers, youngsters regularly have a different approach to the game that can counter the current meta and result in never before seen strategies shown in the biggest stage.

This year’s Worlds tournament is filled with talented rookies and debutants who will stop against nobody to try and take the newly renewed Summoner’s Cup. Here’s our second list of all the rookies and Worlds debutants who have the skill ceiling to turn the scales in their favor in such an event like Worlds.

-Flakked
In the same line as Berserker, Victor “Flakked” Lirola Tortosa joined G2 Esports after bot laner legend Martin “Rekkles” Larsson’s departure from the LEC as a whole, meaning he was needed to fill up some big shoes on the franchise and show that he deserved his spot as G2 Esports’ next bot lane main. Even though there were, as usual, some doubts around the situation, Flakked absolutely stepped up with statistics such as having a 100 percent win rate on champions like Draven, Sivir, and Aphelios during the entirety of the Summer split, he showed his talent and potential is more than capable to be a replacement for Rekkles. Outside of that, his incredible performance during the 2022 Mid Season Invitational was nothing less than extraordinary and truly was his breakout event, with a total 83 percent win rate on Kai’Sa and a 100 percent win rate on Zeri similar to the LEC.

-Zeus

Choi “Zeus” Woo-je is by far one of the most exciting players who will be participating at Worlds 2022 thanks to his incredible adapting skills and huge champion pool, his methodical yet aggressive gameplay, and definite carry potential if given the resources for it. He achieved some impressive statistics in the 2022 LCK Summer Split, such as a 71.4 percent total win rate on Gangplank and 3-0 records on both Gragas and Camille. Zeus is no stranger to the biggest stage, however he is still considered a youngster similar to his teammates Oner and Gumayusi. Zeus will be looking to show why he is still considered one if not the best top laner in the world, even after a dodgy LCK Summer Split.

The best youngsters at the League of Legends 2022 World Championship – Part 1

The League of Legends 2022 World Championship is an incredible time for League fans and the esports community as a whole since they get to see their favorite squads and players fighting for the coveted Summoner’s Cup and the bragging rights of being a world champion. Since the organizations have to manage incredible mental resilience and consistency throughout the year, Worlds is absolutely full with talented and mechanically skilled players looking to prove that they are truly worthy of the spot and a chance at the title. 

Best teams at the League of Legends World Championship 2022

With the 2022 League of Legends World Championship around the corner, people might be questioning which teams are participating and how they are stacking against each other. In case you haven’t kept up much with the international scene, we’ve prepared a list that includes the very best teams participating at this year’s Worlds.

Forza Horizon 5 embraces Esports with Honda Fan Cup Finale

While Forza Motorsport as a franchise currently sits at a low point, awaiting the release of Forza Motorsport in Spring 2023, the only available offering at current is Forza Horizon 5, a game that isn’t built or inclined in any way towards esports, let alone being able to support it.

OpTic Gaming claims HCS Orlando Major title

OpTic Gaming continued its spree of domination this weekend at the HCS Orlando Major. Between the 23rd and the 25th of September, the best Halo teams in the world descended upon Orlando, Florida to fight it out for the share of the $350,000 prize pool. By the time the dust had settled, OpTic Gaming had effortlessly claimed the top prize, going through the entire tournament with a near-perfect record.

All 30 VALORANT VCT 2023 franchised teams

Valorant has announced the 30 teams who will be a part of their Franchising teams in the new system. Earlier, Twitter went berserk trying to figure out which teams would make it. Reports of various teams not making the partnership lead to quite a few shockwaves as well within the industry.

Best Dota 2 The International moments

The International Championship is the most anticipated tournament in Dota 2, and plausibly Esports. It is held annually, and for many pro players, it’s the pinnacle of their career to play on such a stage.

EU Masters 2022 Final Preview – BDSA vs Heretics

Who’s going to win EU Masters Summer 2022? Will it be the undefeated Team BDS Academy or Team Heretics who will leave for the LEC next season? It’s time to break the two teams down ahead of their finals.

Can DFM perform better than last year at Worlds?

Worlds is one week away and the hype cannot be any higher! Just like last year, the Japanese representative DFM will be going through the play-ins stage, hoping to repeat the performance they achieved. But how are they looking and will they have a chance?

G2 Esports CEO Carlos Rodriguez resigns

Carlos Rodriguez has stepped down as CEO of G2 Esports, the company announced via their social networks. Rodriguez was placed on eight-week leave after he was seen partying with alleged misogynist and human trafficker Andrew Tate in a video posted to Twitter. He has now parted ways with the company entirely.