Of the more than 160 champions that exist in League of Legends, only a few are used in the game’s main tournaments, the ones that best suit the goalthe most powerful or, directly, champions who work better than others.
It’s logical and normal, because in any competitive game one thing always rises above the other, be it weapons, cars, characters or objects. LoL is no exception and every year there are some curious facts at Worlds 2023.
Who is the most hated champion of the tournament? And the most beloved? The phase of provisional version being in Worlds matches very important and many teams ALWAYS decide to play certain champions.
For example, Yuumi at Worlds 2021 (96.4% win rate) choose or ban), Graves in 2020 (92.1% ratio) or Pantheon (100% use or ban in 2019) were champions who clearly stood out at the world championships.
Therefore: What will it be in this 2023 edition? There are several candidates, as they noted redditand be careful, because there are names that we are convinced will be among the favorites.
- Jarvan IV
We think so about these names K’Sante on the top surfaceMaokai in the jungle, Rakan in support or Tristana in the middle/ADC are characters that will definitely appear in the pools with more than 90% usage or prohibit.
Other champions that could be improved in patch 13.19, version with which Worlds 2023 will be playedmaybe they are also key players or others like Azir, Ivern or Rell in different positions.
You too? Who do you think will be the most used, hated or banned champion of Worlds 2023? In the coming weeks we will know patch 13.19 and there we will certainly know which ones arrive stronger in the goal.
Source: Esports AS
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