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Fantasy Esports Picks: League of Legends (LCS) Top DraftKings LOL DFS Targets for July 10

Nikhil Kalro shares his targets for Friday’s League of Legends (LCS) action, which locks at 9:00 p.m. ET.

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Two games on Friday night start a new week in the summer season of the LCS. We break down DraftKings’ League of Legends LCS slate with considerations from each position for your roster.

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Mash ($11,700)

Right from the NA Academy to the LCS, proficiency has remained constant for FlyQuest. Mash has managed an average of five kills in this summer split along with 6.67 assists, taking his kill participation rate to 11.67. He even has a KDA of 6.36. These are quite strong numbers for a bot laner.

Other to consider: PowerOfEvil ($11,400)


Ssumday ($6,000)

Despite a 2-6 season record so far, Ssumday has a steady K/D. He has been quite dominant in the top lane, registering an average of 2.13 kills along with just 1.38 deaths. That difference is majorly responsible for his KDA of 4.18, which is the highest for any player that has played more than two games in 100 Thieves.

Other to consider: Solo ($6,600)


Santorin ($7,200)

Santorin has been in an impeccable offensive rhythm in the jungle this season. He has flanked opponents with incredible ease, leaning into the lanes to assist his colleagues. So much so, that he has racked up more than 10 assists per game. He’s even chipped in with 3.63 kills per game while his death rate is below two.

Other to consider: Xmithie ($6,800)


PowerOfEvil ($7,600)

PowerOfEvil has comfortably been the most effective killing weapon for FlyQuest this split. He has 5.5 kills over eight games and his metrics, across the board, are sensational. In that span, he’s logged kill participation (close to 12), KDA (6.25), creep score (358), CSPM (9.83) and gold collection (16,400, highest on his team).

Other to consider: Ryoma ($6,800)


Apollo ($7,600)

Immortals hasn’t started this split with any confidence, as is evident from a 1-7 record. With Ezreal as his champion on Sunday against Evil Geniuses, Apollo had a combined KDA of 4/2/5. He has played just four games in summer, averaging 3.5 kills and 3.75 assists a game. He also has a creep score of 341.

Other to consider: Cody Sun ($7,200)


IgNar ($5,800)

He’s a tad expensive but that’s also because IgNar has been so consistent as a support, primarily to his AD Carry. He has averaged 24.9 DKFP per game. He currently leads the LCS in assists per game (11.38). For a support to have a KDA of 5.44 is quite an achievement. If you have the budget, IgNar is undoubtedly the best player for this role on this slate.


FlyQuest ($5,400)

100 Thieves is not a bad team but FlyQuest has been too good this split. Even though FlyQuest lost the previous game, there is plenty of skill and confidence through the roster. In total, FlyQuest has won five of eight games in summer. On paper, FlyQuest is unquestionably the better team.

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Nikhil Kalro is the Founder and CEO of Altletics Esports.