The list of the top 10 league of legend players for the 2022 Summer Split that fans will look up to. It should be noted that, DWG KIA’s star top laner Jang “Nuguri” Ha-gwon has not been included in the list since he is returning to the League of Legends pro scene after a year’s pause.
5. Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeong
Despite having family ties to League of Legends’ GOAT, Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok, T1’s star ADC Gumayusi earned his spot in the starting lineup on his merit. His mechanics are otherworldly and he possesses an insane ability to pull out random kills out of nowhere.
Fans wonder if Gumayusi still has room for progress because he has achieved high potential at such a young age. He has defeated all of the ADCs in LCK and has gathered a great deal of experience by competing against the best League teams in the world.
4. Park “Ruler” Jae-hyuk
Ruler is widely considered to be one of the best ADCs the game has ever seen and he remains the only player from last year’s Gen.G roster. As everyone expected, Ruler turned out to be the best performer for his team, who played a crucial part in Gen.G’s 2nd position finish in the Spring Split.
After an unbelievable overall performance so far this year, the 23-year-old will be looking to lead his team to clinch South Korea’s top-tier League of Legends championship for the first time.
3. Choi “Zeus” Woo-je
Going 18-0 for the Split and winning the championship is never a one-man show; each of the five players must perform their part. Zeus was a great team player in the games because he was rarely granted the counter selection.
Despite this, he was able to stay one step ahead of his opponents in the majority of games. His Jayce and Gnar were particularly impressive, with Jayce winning 14 of 18 games and Gnar going 6-0.
2. Kim “Canyon” Geon-bu
Although DWG KIA is no longer LCK’s pole-bearers, Canyon can still be rightfully considered among the best junglers in the world. The 21-year-old should be competing for League of Legends’ legendary status by now, as World Champion and World Finalist are achievements that only the best can deserve.
Canyon has been playing at a high level since the summer of 2020, from jungle path-ing to teamfights and team chemistry. He even took a short makeshift trip to mid lane and showed the world that he’s not just a superb jungler, but an all-around great League of Legends player.
1. Ryu “Keria” Min-seok
After their immaculate Spring Split, it’s no surprise to see so many T1 players on the list. No one in the League of Legends Champions Korea has ever accomplished such a feat, and it is unlikely to be broken for many years.
Arguably the current best player in the world, Keria, however, stands head and shoulders above the rest of the guys on the team. The 19-year-old South Korean prodigy is the shot-caller on the team, according to Faker, who is constantly reminding everyone what they should be doing. T1 is being guided by his voice.
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“MadLife” – Hong Min-gi
Hong “MadLife” Min-gi was once considered one of the best players ever of League of Legends and is currently a streamer for Hanwha Life Esports. And although he is not among the funniest League of Legends streamers, he is very entertaining. He started playing Starcraft when he was 7 and moved towards the MOBA genre eventually.
Because of his legendary skills, people used to say that the MiG on his tag didn’t stand for the name of the team (Maximum Impact Game) but for Madlife is God. Unlike many esports athletes, he prefers to be called by his full name, Hong Min-gi, instead of by MadLife.
“Score” – Go Dong-bin
Previously known as Joker, Go “Score” Dong-bin is one of the greatest junglers ever seen in League of Legends. Although he was a jungler, his favorite champions were Corki and Ezreal. The latter called a lot of attention to him due to his amazing positioning.
Score was afflicted by the “second place curse” as it was generally called. This became a meme because, for many years when competing in the LCK, Score would end in second. Luckily for him, the curse was broken in 2018. After that moment of hard-earned success, the player retired in 2019.
“Uzi” – Jian Zi-Hao
An amazing AD Carry player, often due to his outstanding mechanical skills, Jian “Uzi” Zi-Hao has one of the longest careers in League of Legends. Uzi played the game for 8 years and only stopped due to wrist injuries. The official announcement of his retirement was made last year.
One of the things that prove his mechanical superiority in the game is the fact that he held the highest CS/M throughout every season of LPL that he was in since 2015. He also managed to get five Penta kills in LPL games. However, though he was a remarkable player, he has had attitude and discipline issues like many professional League players.
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Professional League of Legends player in Korea in the Spring of 2013. He won his inaugural split with MVP Ozone, taking the Champions 2013 Spring title. Mata then cemented his legacy in 2014 by winning a World Championship with Samsung White. SSW had one, if not the most dominant run of all time, dropping only two games in the entire tournament and defeating Star Horn Royal Club 3-0 in the finals. As a result, Mata was named MVP of the tournament, the only support player ever to earn that honor.
Kim “Doinb” Tae-sang
Korean mid laner who adopted China as his home. However, Doinb never played in Korea, instead starting his career in the LPL with Qiao Gu Reapers in Summer 2015. He had solid, playoff-level results throughout his career, but things took off when he joined FunPlus Phoenix in 2019. After finishing first in the regular season in Spring, Doinb and FPX won the LPL Summer Split. From there, the team dominated the 2019 World Championship, culminating in a 3-0 sweep over G2 Esports in the Finals. Doinb is a player whose intelligence has gotten him much farther than his mechanical skill ever would have.