This champion had a 100 percent win rate at Worlds 2022 and was banned 68 times

Looking back at the 2022 League of Legends World Championship, one champion reigned supreme with a ridiculous win rate.

That one champion is Yuumi. The Magical Cat boasted a 95 percent pick and ban rate at the main event of Worlds 2022 and was banned 68 times, which was more than any other champion, according to Leaguepedia. Yuumi also 메이저토토사이트 recorded a 100 percent win rate but was picked only eight times throughout the main event.

Yuumi was pivotal in the pick-and-ban phase for many teams at the tournament. She was almost always banned on the red side since teams were afraid 메이저토토 their opponents would pick the champion. The last series she made an appearance in was between DWG KIA and Gen.G. Both teams had the opportunity to play her, and of course, they won with her in their composition메이저사이트

In terms of pick and ban rate, there was only one champ that boasted better stats—Aatrox. The top lane bruiser had a 100 percent pick and ban rate, but in the 22 games he was picked, he only won 12, recording a 54.5 percent win rate.

The other three champions that recorded a pick and ban 메이저놀이터 rate higher than 80 percent were Sejuani, Caitlyn, and Azir. They finished the tournament with 90, 87.5, and 82.5 percent pick and ban rates, respectively.

Riot explains why Chemtech drake is making a return to League of Legends

Chemtech drake is, without a sliver of a doubt, the most hated League of Legends drake. From the camouflage terrain when Chemtech drakes start spawning to reviving mechanic once you get the soul, it’s universally the most hated 안전놀이터 drake to exist in the game. With the 2023 preseason, the infamous Chemtech drake is making a return and Riot Games explained exactly why.

During a recent interview with Comic Book, lead 메이저놀이터추천 designer Matthew Leung-Harrison talked about Riot’s logic behind Chemtech drake, why it was introduced in the first place, and why it had to retire. “We had just released Arcane, and people really liked Zaun and that kind of thing. But we thought that the gameplay was just over the bar of frustration, and it’s something that’s kind of difficult for us to assess internally because we only get so many games to play it,” the Rioter explained.

Riot devs were so insistent on this drake and tried really hard to see it work because they believed the theme resonated with the player base.

“I think Dragons and Dragon terrains we’ve discovered add a lot of variety both in gameplay and aesthetically to the Rift. And so it’s like when you see an Infernal map versus an Ocean map, aesthetically it’s just very different. For Chemtech specifically, we think the thematic was extremely resonant with players,” Leung-Harrison said메이저놀이터

Chemtech drake will once again make an appearance on Summoner’s Rift with the preseason patch on Nov. 16.

Leung-Harrison explained why it’s making a 안전놀이터추천 return. “We really liked the design, the aesthetics design of the Drake, and the fact that there was kind of a rivalry between the Hextech Drake and the Chemtech equivalent,” he said. The avenue for the thematic for Chemtech that we went with the Chemfog was very gloomy, dark, and kind of sad, whereas the new Chemtech is a lot more vibrant.”

Live Team Liquid LCS roster news: Rumors, reported moves, and more

No team in the LCS had a more disappointing 2022 Summer Split than Team Liquid.

After forming the latest North American “super team” just about a year ago, the best placing Liquid had was a third-place finish in the 2022 LCS Spring Split playoffs. Now, with 11 days until the start of free agency, it’s time to dive into 토토사이트 how different one of the juggernauts of the LCS will look for their upcoming 2023 campaign.

Liquid’s roster outlook

It is important to mention the outlook on Liquid’s professional League of Legends program before getting into any reported moves and rumors. About 토토사이트추천 two months ago, co-CEO Steve Arhancet addressed the fans after Liquid failed to even qualify for Worlds 2022. In that video, Arhancet expressed the organization’s desire to look inward and build a roster with more developmental pieces going forward. In 메이저사이트 essence, the “super team” model had not worked, so going forward, the team plans to change its approach to build a better winning culture. Understanding the organization’s mindset going into the offseason gives fans an idea of what to expect.


Let’s start with the moves that are pretty set in stone. Liquid had to enact some changes and the first exit came botside. Hans sama, who came into the LCS after a stellar 2021 campaign in the LEC, simply did not live up to expectations alongside CoreJJ. Liquid cut him loose shortly after the end of the season, allowing him to explore other options. Hans sama is now set to return to the LEC with a new team in G2 Esports.

It looks as if Liquid decided to purge all of its European imports. Shortly after Hans sama’s exit, a report from Brieuc Seeger claims Liquid is allowing top laner Bwipo to explore his options for 2023. Bwipo’s future is still very much up in the air as of today. Some LEC fans have speculated that he may return to his roots with Fnatic, but nothing official regarding Bwipo’s future in professional League has been announced.

CoreJJ staying with Team Liquid

CoreJJ is currently the longest-tenured member of Liquid’s League team at 10 consecutive splits with the squad. Core’s status with the team was also very much up in the air after Arhancet’s video. The rumors ran wild, with fans speculating everything from CoreJJ returning to Korea to an impromptu switch to 100 Thieves.

The suspense was finally broken five days ago when independent journalist Brieuc Seeger reported that CoreJJ has re-signed with Liquid for the 2023 season. This means the face of Liquid will stay with the org as the veteran for the roster going forward.

Bjergsen’s future

After the shortcomings of the 2022 Liquid “super team,” many tried to figure out what went wrong behind closed doors. The biggest piece of insight fans got came from LCS insider Travis Gafford. Gafford said on his podcast, Hotline League, that he heard CoreJJ and Bjergsen did not mesh well on the team. This led many to speculate that the two did not want to play together for the upcoming split.

With CoreJJ reportedly re-signing with the team, things get complicated for Liquid. CoreJJ was set to become a free agent before re-signing, but Bjergsen still has one year left on his deal with Liquid. If the rumors are true regarding the issues with the two loudest voices on the team last year, what does Liquid do with Bjergsen and his contract now?

The spiciest rumor brought to light by Gafford recently links another LCS heavy hitter to Bjergsen. The speculative next NA “super team” looks to be 100 Thieves, who is reportedly interested in bringing in Bjergsen alongside former teammates Spica and Doublelift. 100T potentially running back the 2020 TSM roster would be intriguing to see nonetheless but is still all speculative.

On Nov. 11, Liquid confirmed that it is parting ways with Bjergsen. No official news on Bjergsen’s next team has been announced yet.

Team Liquid Academy promotions to LCS

The LCS is entering the era of organizations building rosters from the ground up. With the recent success of Evil Geniuses’ Danny and Jojopyun, many teams are looking toward their academy squads for the future. Team Liquid Academy are debatably the most stacked roster at that level and are currently the defending Academy league champions.

Early on in Liquid’s offseason and going off of their CEO’s expectation video for the future, TL fans expected a couple of promotions from the academy team. The biggest name in that department is Team Liquid Academy’s support Bill “Eyla” Nguyen. Eyla was an obvious standout from Academy but is now once again blocked from an LCS spot on Liquid with the return of CoreJJ. At this time, the global contract database has Eyla’s contract listed as expiring at the start of free agency, and there will likely be other suitors looking to give him a starting support spot in the LCS.

The Liquid Academy roster still has other standouts who could get the call-up. TLA’s starting AD carry Sean “Yeon” Sung had his contract extended through 2024 and could start after the departure of Hans sama.

Another Team Liquid Academy standout still under contract is Bradley Benneyworth. Bradley is under contract with the team until 2023, but for now, his promotion to the LCS is all speculative. Bradley makes a ton of sense because he aligns with the homegrown talent narrative Arhancet pushed in mid-September. On top of that, starting Bradley in the top lane affords Liquid the chance to have open import spots.

Jungle: Santorin?

That covers almost every starting slot for Liquid heading into free agency, except the jungle. As of now, there is no official news on Santorin. He is still under contract until 2023 and has been a standout jungler in the LCS since his arrival at Liquid. A majority of LCS fans expect Santorin to stay with the team to help foster a newer, younger lineup alongside CoreJJ. But today, Santorin posted a cryptic tweet that might suggest otherwise. Obviously, a player tweeting a cryptic GIF is far from credible, but it does give some insight into his mindset heading into free agency안전놀이터추천

Liquid are one of the more intriguing teams to track heading into free agency, and there will be plenty more news coming out regarding them as we near the official start of the offseason.

One of the LEC’s best top laners will be ‘prioritizing time off’ to begin 2023

After six years straight in competitive League of Legends play, one of the best players in the European scene will not be playing in the LEC at the start of the new year.

Team Vitality top laner Barney “Alphari” Morris has confirmed he won’t be competing at the start of 2023 and that he didn’t even want to look for a 토토사이트추천 new roster. Instead, he will be prioritizing time off to “reflect on what’s gone wrong, and hopefully also to re-find [his] joy in playing.”

“I’ve been competing for over six years now, and over the years 메이저사이트 my primary motivation for competing has turned from having a simple and innocent love for the game, to more and more instead solely desiring to win a split—something I 메이저토토사이트 have consistently failed at,” Alphari said. “I’ve always assuaged myself by believing it would be a matter of time and effort, which I still believe to be true, though I’ve found my passion and joy in league to not be what it was.”

As he lost the love of the game, the 23-year-old veteran said that his motivation to play the game has waned, especially after “monotonous” regular-season splits where he and his team finished in the middle of the pack. This mentality is an unfortunate recipe for burnout, and Alphari acknowledged the problems by taking a step back from the scene토토사이트

This year, Alphari joined Vitality’s hyped superteam alongside big-name talent like superstar mid laner Caps and popular AD carry Carzzy. With so much firepower on the roster, many fans and analysts expected the organization to break into the top of the standings with ease. After two splits, however, the project has split apart after finishing as a mid-tier squad in both the spring and summer, along with an early playoffs exit against G2 Esports.

Alphari isn’t the only player stepping away from the LEC next season, though. Stars like G2’s longtime jungler Jankos and former Fnatic marksman Upset won’t be playing in the league next year due to buyout problems and contract issues.

The global free agency period will begin on Monday, Nov. 21.

VALORANT post-partnership rostermania tracker: North America and Americas

One of the most popular VALORANT regions is set to undergo the most anticipated and sizable offseason since the inception of Riot’s first-person shooter.

On Sept. 21, Riot announced the 10 teams set to compete in the Americas international league, with the rest of the organizations set to either battle it out in Challengers or exit from VALORANT altogether.

Some of the biggest names in esports failed to secure partnerships with Riot, such as OpTic Gaming and TSM. Players from these organizations will likely explore their options in Challengers or the international leagues메이저놀이터

Here are all the roster moves that have happened so 토토사이트 far in North America and the Americas during the 2022-2023 VALORANT offseason.

All VALORANT post-partnership roster changes for NA and Americas


Oct. 5: Mitch Semago leaves Cloud9.

Oct. 16: Rahul “curry” Nemani leaves Cloud9.

Oct. 17: Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker, Jordan “Zellsis” Montemurro, and Mateja “qpert” Mijovic sign with Cloud9.

C9 2023 roster: Vanity, Xeppaa, leaf, yay, Zellsis, qpert.


Oct. 5: Zachary “zekken” Patrone signs with 토토사이트추천 Sentinels.

Oct. 7: Michael “dapr” Gulino enters free agency.

Oct. 12: Tyson “TenZ” Ngo signs extension to stay with Sentinels.

Oct. 15: Gustavo “Sacy” Rossi and Bryan “pANcada” Luna are acquired from LOUD.

Oct. 18: Rory “dephh” Jackson signs with Sentinels.

Oct. 19: Hunter “SicK” Mims returns to Sentinels roster as sixth man.

Oct. 20: Shahzeb “ShahZaM” Khan is released.

Sentinels 2023 roster: Zekken, TenZ, Sacy, pANcada, dephh, SicK.


Sept. 30: NRG moves entire roster except for Sam “s0m” Oh to free agency.

Ian “tex” Botsch, Daniel “eeiu” Vucenovic, and Ethan Arnold enter free agency.

Sept. 30: Pujan “FNS” Mehta, Victor Wong, and Austin “crashies” Roberts will reportedly sign with NRG.

Oct. 3: Ardis “Ardiis” Svarenieks will reportedly join NRG from FPX.

Oct. 20: Zander “thwifo” Kim will reportedly join NRG and fill the sixth-man role.

Nov. 2: James “hazed” Cobb is released.

Nov. 8: Pujan “FNS” Mehta officially joins NRG.

Nov. 9: Austin “crashies” Roberts officially joins NRG.

Nov. 10: Victor Wong officially joins NRG.

Nov. 11: Ardis “Ardiis” Svarenieks officially joins NRG.

NRG 2023 roster (reported): FNS, Victor, crashies, s0m, ardiis, thwifo.

Evil Geniuses

Oct. 17: Ethan Arnold will reportedly sign with Evil Geniuses from NRG.

Nov. 11: Ethan Arnold and Brendan “BcJ” Jensen join Evil Geniuses. EG will compete with a “10-man roster” in 2023.

EG 2023 roster: Ethan, BcJ, Boostio, Reformed, jawgemo, C0M, Apotheon.

100 Thieves

Sept. 29: Matthew “Cryocells” Panganiban joins 100T from XSET.

William “Will” Cheng is released.

100T 2023 roster: Cryocells, bang, Asuna, Derrek, stellar.


Oct. 13: Cauan “cauanzin” Pereira and Arthur “tuyz” Vieira will reportedly sign with LOUD.

Oct. 15: Gustavo “Sacy” Rossi and Bryan “pANcada” Luna leave for Sentinels.

LOUD 2023 roster (reported): Aspas, saadhak, Less, cauanzin, tuyz.


Oct. 18: Agustin “Nozwerr” Ibarra leaves for Leviatán.

Oct. 21: Leonardo “mwzera” Serrati joins from Keyd Stars.

FURIA 2023 roster: qck, Khalil, mazin, dgzin, mwerza.


Oct. 5: Gustavo “gtnziN” Moura moves to free agency.

Oct. 14: Matheus “RgLM” Rodigoli will reportedly sign with MIBR.

Nov. 1: Rafael “mNdS” Mendes leaves MIBR.

KRÜ Esports

Oct. 1: Joaquín Ignacio “delz1k” Espinoza Soto, Roberto “Mazino” Bugueño, and Angelo “keznit” Mori leave KRÜ.

Alexandre “xand” Zizi, Santiago “Daveeys” Gavlis Ruiz, Marco “Melser” Amaro, and Carlos “axeddy” Galvão sign with KRÜ.

KRÜ 2023 roster: Klaus, NagZ, xand, Daveeys, Melser, axeddy.


Oct. 15: Marco “Melser” Amaro and Benjamín “adverso” Poblete leave Leviatán.

Oct. 19: Agustin “Nozwerr” Ibarra signs with Leviatán.

Oct. 20: Roberto “Mazino” Bugueño signs with Leviatán.

Oct. 21: Angelo “keznit” Mori signs with Leviatán.

Leviatán 2023 roster: kiNgg, Tacolilla, Shyy, Nozwerr, Mazino, keznit.

Notable free agents

Here’s a list of players who are not signed and not currently reported to be signing somewhere.

ShahZaM (Sentinels)

Marved (OpTic)

Curry (Cloud9)

Mitch (Cloud9)

Valyn (The Guard)

neT (The Guard)

JonahP (The Guard)

Trent (The Guard)

eeiu (NRG)

Hazed (NRG)

tex (NRG)

Subroza (TSM)

gMd (TSM)

HUYNH (previously Zero MarksMen Black)

b0i (previously Zero MarksMen Black)

Critical (previously Zero MarksMen Black)

Paincakes (previously Akrew)

gucc107 (previously Akrew)

ZacharEEE (previously Akrew)

jovahnii (previously Akrew)

Okeanos (previously City Boys)

NiSMO (Ghost Gaming)

aproto (Ghost Gaming)

johnqt (Ghost Gaming)

brawk (Ghost Gaming)

Koalanoob (Ghost Gaming)

BabyJ (previously 100 Thieves)

Epathy (previously SoaR)

Fiziq (previously SoaR)

Trill (previously SoaR)

Genghsta (Knights)

Exalt (Knights)

XXiF (Knights)

Trick (previously Dark Ratio)

Ange (previously Dark Ratio)

OXY (previously Dark Ratio)

geeza (previously Dark Ratio)

Drone (previously Dark Ratio)

pwny (previously T1)

thwifo (T1)

Corey (TSM)

Rossy (TSM)

Wedid (previously Pioneers)

Jonaaa6 (previously NYXL)

Lear (previously NYXL)

PureVNS (Knights Academy)

Riku (Knights Academy)

BRANTED (previously Evil Geniuses)

Relyks (previously Cloud9)

The Americas international league will feature Cloud9, Sentinels, NRG, Evil Geniuses, and 100 Thieves from North America, while LOUD, FURIA, and MIBR will represent Brazil. Both Leviatán and KRU Esports will represent Latin America.

The league will kick off in February with a LAN 메이저토토사이트 tournament in São Paulo, Brazil. All 30 teams from across the world will compete in the three-week-long tournament to replace the first annual split of the international leagues, which will instead resume in 2024.

The second split will take place in April 2023, while the first and singular Masters event is set to run in June.