The LCS resumes this Friday night with a couple of games, including Team SoloMid. We’ve got players to consider from each position of your League of Legends roster from DraftKings’ slate.
Set your lineups here: LOL $80K Shock Blast [$20K to 1st] (LCS)
After a sub-par start to the LCS summer split, TSM quickly returned to normalcy by easing past Dignitas on Sunday. Doublelift had a combined KDA of 1/3/1 against Team Liquid in the split opener before improving with a 4/0/2 performance against Dignitas. Doublelift averaged three kills a game for Liquid in the spring split.
Other to consider: FBI ($11,400)
Hauntzer has still not registered a kill in the summer season so far. He had a decent spring, in which he had 2.11 kills along with 3.26 assists per game with a creep score per minute of over 8. His production should improve when Golden Guardians face Counter Logic Gaming on Friday night.
Other to consider: Ruin ($6,000)
Apart from being an inexpensive choice for jungler, Wiggily is also a strong hedging target. He had 1.72 kills along with 5.67 assists in the spring split. Counter Logic Gaming will need him and the rest of their roster to improve slightly to make rapid adjustments in a competitive LCS.
Other to consider: Spica ($7,000)
Bjergsen led TSM in kills in spring. He had an average of 3.28 kills per game along with 4.94 assists, giving him a KDA of 5.29 with a CSPM of 8. He now has the additional firepower with Doublelift’s trade. Bjergsen led TSM against Dignitas last Sunday with five kills, five assists and no deaths.
Other to consider: Damonte ($7,200)
Despite Golden Guardians splitting their two games so far, FBI has been a steady contributor. He has aggregated 8 kills, 4 deaths and 9 assists in the two games in summer. He has a team-leading creep score of well over 400. He has managed 27.2 DKFP per game, highest among all bot laners in this slate.
Other to consider: Stixxay ($7,400)
Huhi and Golden Guardians didn’t have a great game against Team Liquid in their previous game. He had a combined KDA of 0/3/3. In the game that preceded that, though, he had a combined KDA of 1/0/11. He has added 15.7 DKFP per game, highest for all support players in this slate.
Team SoloMid ($5,600)
TSM wasn’t very good against Liquid but they quickly corrected their errors and registered their first win of the season against Dignitas on Sunday. Between the two fixtures, TSM is comfortably the most favored team, making them worth the additional price.
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Nikhil Kalro is the Founder and CEO of Altletics Esports.