LEC Team of the Week: First Week of Spring Split 2022

If you are looking for a League of Legends The region constantly surprises you, look no further than Europe’s LEC. The league is constantly looking for ways to retain their supporters, and after the first week of the 2022 Spring Split, the fan base was boiling with excitement.

From startlingly strong to weak debuts all starting from a supposedly strong powerhouse, week one has someone talking about what comes next from a tournament full of stars and potential. However, there are five players in particular who shine brighter than their counterparts on Summoner’s Rift.

Their contributions were essential to the team’s success this past weekend through pure statistical dominance, compelling moments, great decision-making — or any combination. any of these three factors. Here’s the LEC Team of the Week for Week One of the 2022 Spring Split, as voted for by League writers at Dot Esports.

FNC Wunder

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The 2021 year hasn’t gone well for Wunder as he finished his fourth and final year with G2 Esports. The veteran top laner had let European fans down with his mid-range performance during the previous Spring and Summer, and he was criticized for not fully focusing on his games and practice. team.

Although former teammates and staff — like Head Coach of BDS Grabbz– Wunder is highly regarded and his work ethic, the 23-year-old must prove he remains one of the best players in his role. Last week, he successfully rose to the top with the highest kill participation rate of his role and averaged 614 damage to champions over the past three games, according to Oracle’s elixir. He also has a small collection of outstanding plays, including a amazing one-on-three match in lane with Team Vitality.

It may be a small sample size, but it could be exactly what Wunder needed to kick off his fresh start with Fnatic. Consistency will be the name of this year’s game, and if he can reach heights similar to what he found with G2, Fnatic will be a threat through the knockouts and beyond. again.

MAD Elyoya

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Right from the start, in MAD Lions’ first game of the season, Elyoya proved why he’s one of the best junglers in Europe, destroying an already established Vitality roster. proves alongside his own army of supporting stars. With his help, MAD’s unproven debuting rookies shined in front of 5 of the most proven players the LEC has to offer.

If the MAD Lions will repeat the same success they did in 2021, it will be thanks to the support of the core players who helped the team reach new heights last season. At the center of that discussion was Elyoya, who led all of the LEC junglers in KDA with a score of 5.5 to start the year, according to League Statistics website Oracle’s elixir. In the matches won by the MAD Lions this week, Elyoya has a total score of 11/2/19.

Playing Diana and Jarvan IV last weekend, Elyoya put her foot on the pedal every chance she got. Whenever the “start button” is available to be pressed for the MAD Lions, he is the one leading the attack.

MSF Vetheo

After the first super week of LEC Spring 2022, Misfits’ Vetheo joined this super team with highest kill participation rate between mid laners. This is only Vetheo’s second year in the LEC, but he’s already proven himself despite tough competition and a slew of veteran mid laners in the region.

Vetheo showed versatility and power in the first three games of the Tournament, leading the games with three very different champions and finishing with the highest KDA of his role. Furthermore, his performance in the third Misfits game of the week showcased his ability as a leader and his strength as an individual. The team faced off against newcomers to the league, Team BDS, and Vetheo locked Sylas in the mid lane. His performance in the match and his predictions led to kill Ezreal, which later brought him the Player of the Game award.

The numbers don’t lie. Vetheo is a formidable player who delivers an explosive play that is worthy of being a mid laner on the roof of Europe, and he is constantly growing and improving, as he said in interview last week.

RGE Comp

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When preparing for the first week of the LEC, many viewers were expecting Vitality’s Carzzy or Fnatic’s Upset to shine the brightest with an AD carry. And while some of them deliver, it was Comp that impressed us the most.

The Greek tennis player is currently boasting of second place K/DA ratio in the league (13.7), just 3.3 points behind his teammate in crime Trymbi. The duo held their ground in the early games, and maintained their laning pace in the three games they played. When the mid- and late-game skirmishes kicked in, he stood as a force to be reckoned with. His impeccable positioning and damage was key to Rogue’s super week success and also why he found a spot on our list.

FNC Hylissang

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Fnatic had a strong opening game 3-0 ahead of the LEC’s 2021 Spring Split. One of the main candidates for this success is Hylissang.

During the first week, Hylissang played teamfight champions like Rakan and Thresh while picking Zilean to support the mage. His four-man kill with Rakan helped Fnatic turn some of the teamfights around, helping them bounce back from deficits and win the first game of the tournament against BDS. In addition, his hooks and stuns always determine the tempo of teamfights, giving the team the freedom to find odd catches.

Hylissang had second highest assists (33) with the highest kill participation rate (84.1 percent) of all assists in the league, making him trustworthy and consistent with his efforts in delivering favorable teamfight goals. Furthermore, Hylissang is known for making sacrificial plays that make his play very risky but in many cases profitable. However, surprisingly the player has third lowest death rate at five in the first week—A good omen for a support player moving forward.

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Hung is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Hung joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: hung@interreviewed.com.

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