So after 3 days of extremely exciting competition, the first leg of the MSI 2022 Kick-off round has officially ended with the overwhelming dominance of 3 big names, T1, RNG and G2. These 3 “boggarts” teams are showing their superior strength in their group with a winning record. Besides, the representative of VCS – Saigon Buffalo also had very convincing performances that captivated the LoL community in Vietnam as well as internationally.
SGB has been performing extremely well in the past few days
And that is extremely clear through the statistics after the first leg of the MSI 2022 Kick-off round. Specifically, in the KDA index, T1’s Zeus is the true “king” when he has a KDA of up to 31. Even in the top 10 players with the highest KDA in the league, all 10 are members of T1, RNG or G2 Esports. With the “boggarts” mentioned above often winning overwhelmingly in terms of battle and kills, the players’ huge KDA is understandable.
In terms of KDA, 3 teams T1, G2, RNG dominate the top 10
Next, in terms of laning in the first 15 minutes, RNG’s Bin is the strongest player. After 3 first leg matches, Bin ranked at 1st place in statistics about the difference in soldier stats (42) and experience difference (1335) compared to his opponent in the same lane at the 15th minute. As for stats. Gold difference at 15 minutes, Bin also ranked 2nd and only lost to Faker.
It can be said that Bin’s style of play is to not let his opponents “breathe”.
With the indicators showing the “team burden”, 2 RNG players including Bin and Gala continue to dominate. Specifically, in the damage inflicted on champions per minute, Gala and Bin are the first two with their possession of 819 and 661 DPM, respectively. Gala is also in the top 2 position in terms of damage contribution stats with 33.1% damage of the whole RNG team. Meanwhile, an unexpected thing happened when AZE – Lonely’s Top lane ranked first in terms of damage contribution with 33.7% damage.
Gala is the one with the most damage stats at the ADC position
For SGB’s Shogun, this player also makes a strong impression when he has “dream” parameters. In the ADC position alone, Shogun ranks 3rd in both damage contribution parameters (28.5%) and damage dealt to champions per minute (565 DPM). This shows that SGB is having a pretty clear strategy of playing around Shogun’s position and helping him deal damage in the best way.
Shogun is possessing “dream” parameters for a ADC player