League of Legends LEC Week 7, Day 2: MVPs and LVPs

League of Legends. Photo Courtesy of Riot Games.
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Week 7 of the LEC is officially in the books, so it’s time to give out our awards for the best, and worst, performing League of Legends players in Europe.

Only a few weeks of gameplay remain in the European League of Legends season. Already, LEC teams have either secured a playoff spot (G2) or been eliminated (Rogue). Who performed best and worst in the Week 7, Day 2 matches?


Mihael “Mikyx” Mehle (G2)

Yes, G2 lost today in a stunning throw against SK, but Mikyx played out of his mind in the early game. He chose some amazing engages that got himself and Perkz off to a combined 3/1/5 scoreline at the 15-minute mark. Their snowballing in bot lane put G2 ahead for most of the game before they, unfortunately, made some late-game misplays and lost.

Mads “Broxah” Brock-Pedersen (Fnatic)

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In a match-up of two early-game junglers – Broxah’s Elise against Kikis’s Lee Sin – one of those two was 4/0/2 at the 13-minute mark. That would be Broxah, who dominated the early game and straight up schooled Kikis with superior pathing and gank management. Jungle difference was definitely the case for Broxah, who finished 4/1/5 with 75% kill participation.

Fabian “Febiven” Diepstraten (Misfits)

Misfits survived a scare today, appearing to be on the verge of losing to among the worst teams in the LEC in ExceL. Luckily for them, their man in the mid lane managed to turn a couple of key team fights in the late game.


Finn “Finn” Wiestål (Rogue)

Another rough game for the rookie, who got absolutely abused in the top lane. To be fair to him, Fnatic’s Bwipo got a good amount of health from Broxah, but Finn provided a buffet for Broxah and the roaming Nemesis to feast on.

Jakub “Jactroll” Skurzyński (Vitality)

Vitality’s upset loss to Origen isn’t solely the fault of Jactroll. Unfortunately, his mistakes were the most noticeable, as he was caught out a couple of times giving Origen time to advance vision.

Felix “Abbedagge” Braun (Schalke FC 04)

One glaring mistake that Abbedagge made was needlessly prolonging that early three-man tower dive, rather than calling it off once the first attempt failed and they saw Splyce were rotating. Even more egregious, however, was stealing the Cho’Gath ult on Sylas and feasting the baron at 2,000 health.

Basic macro says that unless you’re sure you can secure the baron, it’s best to hold off on damaging it around that health threshold. This was likely what Memento was thinking while his teammate burst Nashor down to smite range, allowing Xerxe to steal it. A clear lack of coordination by the team, sure, but if you’re Abbedagge you need to at least try and hold that until it’s around 1,000 HP when feast will kill.

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Who were your most valuable and least valuable players from today’s LEC action? Let us know in the comments!