LEC Spring Split 2020: Week 3 Player Power Rankings

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    1. Mihael “Mikyx” Mehle
    2. Tore “Tore” Hoel Eilertsen
    3. Zdravets “Hylissang” Iliev Galabov
    4. Oskar “Vander” Bogdan
    5. Norman “Kaiser” Kaiser
    6. Mitchell “Destiny” Shaw
    7. Petr “denyk” Haramach
    8. Dino “LIMIT” Tot
    9. Han “Dreams” Min-kook
    10. Jakub “Jactroll” Skurzyński

1. G2 Mikyx
Everything that can be said about Mikyx has already been said.

In terms of playmaking, there’s nobody better. From what we can tell from the voice comms, he’s G2’s primary shot-caller and amongst the very best in the world in that regard.

Although, the highest praise you can give G2’s support is that he’s adapted seamlessly to a new ADC partner who has never played the role before for the second year running. All that with just one wrist.

It’s clear that Mikyx is the most underrated player at G2 Esports, but it could also be argued that he’s the most underrated player in Europe right now, and should stake a claim for Spring Split MVP if he and Caps continue at their current performance level.

2. XL Tore
Best signing of the season so far? Tore is definitely in the running for that title.

Alongside Patrik, Tore has taken a mediocre Excel Esports roster and transformed them into an established LEC side capable of going toe-to-toe with the very best in the league.

From a struggling bottom half side that often threw games away in the first fifteen minutes, primarily from the bot lane, to strong starters capable of dictating the early game even against the likes of Fnatic and Rogue.

In a similar fashion to multiple players mentioned so far in these power rankings, Tore is yet to pick up a Player of the Game award for his contributions to Excel’s successes so far. Despite putting in strong performances game after game on a variety of playmaking supports, the Norweigan support has yet to be recognized by the LEC audience.

Is Week 4 Tore’s chance to shine and prove himself to be S tier support in front of the EU fanbase? He won’t get many better chances than a face-off against second-place Origen and their new, unproven support Destiny on W4D2.

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The LEC continues with MAD Lions vs. Origen at 18:00 CET on the LEC Twitch channel and LoL Esports YouTube channel!