League of Legends: The 50 Greatest LCS players of the 2010s

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50. Michael “Bunny FuFuu” Kurylo

Once considered one of the more promising native NA supports, Bunny FuFuu went on to have a fairly solid two-and-a-half-year career across three teams (Curse, Gravity, and Cloud9). His best split as a player came in the Spring of 2015 with Gravity, where he ranked in the top 10 in the LCS in KDA and won Player of the Week award for Week 8. He also went on to be named third-team All-Pro in the Summer of 2015.

49. Lyubomir “BloodWater” Spasov

One of the OG members of the LCS, BloodWater made his first appearance back in 2013 Spring with Team Vulcan and was a top-five player in terms of KDA in both Spring and Summer. His professional NA career ended after XDG was relegated following Spring 2014 but he made several attempts to qualify again in 2015 and 2016. Since then, he’s played in the collegiate ranks as a member of the UC Irvine team that was profiled by ESPN.

48. Jordan “Patoy” Blackburn

He only played one full season in the LCS as a support for Dignitas, but Patoy was arguably one of the best supports in the league. He had the second-best KDA of all LCS players in the spring and fifth-best in summer. Unfortunately, Patoy has not played competitively since 2014 when he participated in the NA Challenger Series.

47. Yasin “Nisqy” Dinçer

It’s easy to overlook the young mid laner for Cloud9 and forget that he’s made two All-Pro teams in his brief career. However, in just over a year and a half in the LCS (his career was punctuated by a one-year stint in Europe), Nisqy has made his mark and shown to be perhaps the next up-and-coming mid laner. In 2019, he finished top-ten in KDA and kills in both Spring and Summer Splits.

46. Joedat “Voyboy” Esfahani

Is that the Kid? Another OG LCS player, Voyboy played for Team Curse and Dignitas as both a top and mid laner during the early days of the LCS before retiring in 2014. Not only is he one of the most popular former pro players ever, but he also finished top 10 in kills for two splits.