If you want to win more gently in League of Legends, let’s learn with MGN.vn through the 5 champions with the lowest win rate in update 12.23B.
Azir – Win Rate: 45.3%
Despite being quite popular in ranked matches and on the pro scene, Azir seems to be another example of a tough champion that results in an incredibly low win rate. Currently, this champion’s win rate is at 45.3%.
To be able to master Azure, players should be required to have near-perfect knowledge. Properly controlling and directing Azir’s troops is a high-risk skill, and looking at Azir’s declining win rate, it seems that a lot of players don’t know how to use Azir’s skills properly. way.
Ryze – Win Rate: 46.13%
If not Faker then I believe Ryze is not an easy champion for you to master. Mastering Ryze always requires some time, and Ryze’s win rate in League of Legends shows that. While Ryze is still one of the strongest mid laners if players know how to use it, Ryze’s win rate seems to drop drastically with each patch.
Rice received some buffs in update 12.19, but this champion still has a hard time climbing the rankings with good achievements. And with so many Mages with powerful skill sets that can easily take down enemies in the mid lane, it’s hard for a Ryze learner to win their matches.
Lee Sin – Win Rate: 46.14%
Lee Sin always a highly skilled champion with a skill set that requires you to learn their mechanics. As a result, Lee Sin’s win rate is always decreasing and does not differ on patch 12.23B. Lee Sin has accumulated a win rate of 46.14%, the third lowest in LoL so far.
Developers have and will most likely continue to have a hard time balancing Lee Sin. While Lee Sin is not an easy champion to learn and master, many professional players have done so and achieved perfection for this blind monk. That’s why the higher the rank, the greater the win rate that Lee Sin owns.
Overall, Lee Sin will most likely win a lot of updates in the coming months, and his overall win rate will likely be a bit more as well.
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Nidalee – Win Rate: 46.19%
Nidalee also has the same situation as Lee Sin. While Nidalee may seem difficult for beginners at first, she turns out to be a powerful champion when in the hands of a skilled player. So far, however, Nidalee has also only had a disappointing 46.19% win rate in patch 12.23B.
With some powerful poker mechanics, Nidalee will always be a big threat in the early and mid game. On the other hand, Nidalee tends to lag behind in important aspects compared to other junglers like ganking and teamfights, where this is extremely important in the meta. That’s why, like with Lee Sin, the developers will probably try to find a perfect balance for Nidalee.
Aphelios – Win Rate: 46.2%
Aphelios still one of the hardest ‘200 years of balance’ champion to confront. However, Riot discovered this early on and tried to improve its mistake by Nerf Aphelios both this season and last season. As a result, Aphelios’ win rate continues to be one of the best stats in League of Legends with 46.2%.
In the current meta, Aphelios can still effectively snowball, as long as the player needs to master the mechanics of Aphelios’ five weapons.
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