League of Legends LEC player power rankings – Week 1

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Cabochard of Vitality.
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Who are the best League of Legends players in each position in the LEC?

We did it for the LCS, now it’s only fitting we do it for the LEC. Which players have been the best in the league through one week of play? It’s time to take a look at all the League of Legends stats available to us through Week 1 and rank every single player in the LEC, starting in the top lane.

Once again, these rankings are based off our own proprietary statistics, developed from the traditional stats available for all major regions. We explained them a bit more in the LCS breakdown, but you can see the full statistics here.

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Top lane

1. Lucas “Cabochard” Simon-Meslet (Vitality)

Unsurprising to see Cabochard back at the top of the pack, considering he was consistently one of the best tops in Europe last split. So far, Vitality is off to a rough start, but Cabo has certainly done his part.

While his adjusted KDA (aKDA) is a measley 1.75, it’s miles better than the rest of his team. Plus, he also leads all LEC top laners when it comes to Gold Quotient (gold per minute times gold share minus the league average gold share) and is the best when it comes to laning stats. Although he’s been pressured to a sub-100 XP advantage at 10 and a CS deficit, he’s still able to amass the biggest average gold lead at 10 minutes.

2. Martin “Wunder” Hansen (G2 Esports)
3. Gabriël “Bwipo” Rau (Fnatic)
4. Barney “Alphari” Morris (Origen)
5. Andrei “Odoamne” Pascu (Schalke 04)
6. Paul “sOAZ” Boyer (Misfits)
7. Kim “Profit” Jun-hyung (Rogue)
8. Ki “Expect” Dae-han (Excel Esports)
9. Toni “Sacre” Sabalić (SK Gaming)

After taking over top lane duties for Werlyb, Sacre‘s debut in the LEC was less than stellar. What’s most concerning is that he was dominated in lane going against Odoamne and Bwipo. Not bad tops by any means, but no excuse for him to have negative gold, experience, and CS deficits at 10, resulting in him having the worst individual play grade of all LEC tops.

10. Tamás “Vizicsacsi” Kiss (Splyce)