LCS Spring Split 2020: Midseason Player Awards and Power Rankings

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1. Philippe “Vulcan” Laflamme (Cloud9)
2. Vincent “Biofrost” Wang (TSM)
3. Tristan “Zeyzal” Stidam (Evil Geniuses)

Everyone is automatically putting Ignar as the second-best support behind Vulcan while ignoring both Biofrost and Zeyzal. Zeyzal got overlooked a lot during his time on Cloud9, with people giving credit to his stats for playing with Sneaky, but he has shown on EG that he remains a top-tier support.

Not only does he have the second-best kill participation for his role, but he also has the second-lowest death share. Now, his laning stats are not exactly where you’d want to see them (-26 gold difference at 15) despite having the highest jungle proximity among supports, but we grade him a slightly better laner than his partner, Bang.

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4. Lee “Ignar” Dong-geun (FlyQuest)
5. Nickolas “Hakuho” Surgent (Immortals)
6. Jo “CoreJJ” Yong-in (Team Liquid)

CoreJJ has slowly begun to climb back up the support rankings as he tries to regain his All-Pro form from last year. One thing that is incredibly impressive is that CoreJJ is one of two remaining players with no unforced deaths on the year, the other being Cloud9’s Vulcan.

7. Zaqueri “Aphromoo” Black (Dignitas)
8. William “Stunt” Chen (100 Thieves)
9. Andy “Smoothie” Ta (CLG)
10. Yuri “Keith” Jew (Golden Guardians)

All-LCS Team Week 5

Here are the best-performing players this week in each position. This is in contrast to the player rated number one in his position, which is based on their play over the year as a whole.

Top: Huni
Jungle: Meteos
Mid: PowerofEvil
ADC: Zven
Support: Vulcan