5 Most Destructive Teams In League Of Legends
The League of Legends esports scene is bigger than ever before. There are several teams across the globe that specialize in this game. Here are five League of Legends teams that are extremely destructive and fatal, because of their composition.
5 most destructive teams in League of Legends
JD Gaming is undoubtedly one the best League of Legends teams in the world currently. They won the LPL Spring Split and League of Legends MSI 2023 seasons. Their roster has specialists for every role. ADC Park “Ruler” Jae-hyuk and mid laner Zhuo “knight” Ding are key players of this roster, who will be looking for the top spot in League of Legends to complete the Grand Slam.
The current stance of EDward Gaming displays its strength in the Spring Split. Rookie ADC Hu “Leave” Hong-Chao won the hearts of many fans and played an instrumental part in finishing in the third place in the LPL Spring Split. The roster has a good blend of veteran players and young talent. Franchise player Tian “Meiko” Ye leads the EDG remarkable.
Bilibili Gaming playing the LPL Spring playoffs came as a huge surprise. After a losing streak they came back stronger. They made a huge run in the brackets stage, and finished second place at League of Legends MSI 2023. The team continued their good form at the international event and even made it to the Grand Finals. The roster showed great mechanical talent across all roles and great macro.
LNG Esports had a outstanding regular season in the LPL 2023 Spring Split. Their roster includes veteran Lee “Scout” Ye-chan, who earned a record-high of 17 MVPs across the regular season. The team has made some crucial changes in the off-season roster by trading ADC Li “LP” Fei to RNG for Chen “GALA” Wei. Wei is one of the best ADCs in the world and comes as a huge upgrade for LNG.
Weibo Gaming was one of the top choices in the League of Legends LPL 2023 Spring Split. The team had several star players, such as world champion Kang “TheShy” Seung-lok and three-time League of Legends MSI champion, Li “Xiaohu” Yuan-Hao.