Welcome to my 1/10 LPL League of Legends DFS Breakdown. We are happy to have LOL back in our lives on a day-to-day basis. Today we get the LPL back while we have the LCK coming in on the 12th, along with the LEC/LCS on the 14th. We will strive to have daily content for all your esports LOL needs as I am excited to be here providing information and plays for another split. We are going to keep the same format in our articles, going over the matches and breaking them down, and following them up with the best fantasy plays from each. Let us start off with a general overview of what LOL is for any new players this year.
LOL is an Esport where two teams of five take the “rift” which is our version on the field in actual sports. There are five positions that range from Top, Jungle, Mid, ADC, and SUP. These positions give strong indicators into who are going to be the main targets from each team as the ADC/JG/MID are the ones you want to look to target while building your lineups. For building those lineups a key thing to look at is the correlation, much like MLB, when there’s a team that is supposed to score high you want your ADC/JG/MID coming from that team with one of the three in the captain spot. The main stack for builds is going to be a 4-3 with the 4 stacks coming from the higher scoring team most of the time. 4-3 is also the best cash build there is where you are only relying on two teams to win and crosses out the risk of taking a third. Now let’s dig into this slate so we make hit some green tonight.
OMG vs TT
Our first match of the night is between two teams in the lower echelon of the LPL, with OMG being more of a Gatekeeper and TT just being downright terrible. These are also two of the slower teams in the LPL which is pulling me away from using this match as a 4 stack but I am not against some lineups using 4 stacks of OMG, and full disclosure, the LPL is the league where a TT 4 stack can takedown on any given night. OMG should win this match based on stats but the LPL has the most upsets out of any LOL region. Looking at the roster changes for these two squads TT is coming in with a new top laner in New, Jungler in Frigid, and bot lane in Puff and Southwind. OMG on the other hand has a new top laner in Shanji and they chose to keep the rest of their squad the same. This OMG squad was pretty strong last year and carried the momentum into the end of the year pulling off some upsets on a small winning streak. TT is a team that I believe is going to struggle to start out the year with this mostly being a new squad so I am going to be staying away from them as a whole at least for a little while.
In the last split neither of these teams were particularly aggressive, both with relatively low CKPM’s which stands for combined kills per minute, the changes brought to the team through the players won’t change this principle too much as it is a product of coaching over anything else. OMG is a more aggressive team as they try to play for the snowball and rack up kills to end the game. I most likely won’t be touching this game for more than what it is and that’s a small stack. I am taking 3 from OMG and that’s probably going to be Shanji, Aki, and OMG team spot.
RNG vs FPX
Here we have the match of the night in terms of talent, enjoyment, and Fantasy scoring. These are two of the higher-paced teams in the LPL and two of the most popular rosters in the League. FPX is facing a lot of turnover while RNG has held pat on their team only sending Xiahou back to mid and getting Bin for the top lane. I really like these moves that RNG made as Cryin seemed to be what was holding them back as a squad and the addition of Bin gives them back the mid lane to play through as well as a strong top laner. FPX on the other hand has a new top laner in Xiaolaohu, a new jungle in Beichuan, a mid laner in Gori, and support in Hang. The new top/Jg for FPX are two of my favorite young players in the LPL and I wouldn’t be surprised if they were the reason why FPX pulled off the upset tonight.
Looking more into the matchups here I believe this is going to be a very well-matched top lane with Xiaolaohu being one of the top young players in the LPL and Bin showing off his skills while playing for Suning. The jungle is also going to be a big spot of contention where I believe that both sides are going to be able to put up a fight between Beichuan and Wei. Mid and bot lane are pretty heavily favored to the side of RNG though as they are the main carries on the team and will show up in a big way. These are also two of the highest-paced teams in the LPL which is really saying something, we are going to need to take our 4 stacks from this match tonight and I am not afraid of doing so, we will be 4 stacking RNG and not giving it a second thought.
1/10 LPL League of Legends DFS Breakdown overview
This slate overall is going to be a bit wonky as it is the first one of the year and not something that is going to have the most certainty for us to bet on. I would also go mainly GPP on this slate with my 4 stacks coming from RNG and my smaller stacks coming the way of OMG. I am excited to start off a new LOL season here, as well as looking forward to takedowns and big wins coming our way. Let’s get it started off on the right food tonight. Thank you for reading my 1/10 LPL League of Legends DFS Breakdown, for other articles here at WinDaily click here, or to join our discord where I can answer any questions if needed click here. Let’s start off this new year with a banger, Goodluck everyone!!!