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Fantasy Esports Picks: League of Legends (Worlds) Top DraftKings LOL DFS Targets for October 6

Nikhil Kalro shares his targets for Tuesday morning’s League of Legends (Worlds) DraftKings DFS action, which locks at 4:00 a.m. ET.

League of Legends – 2020 Worlds Group Stage: Day 2 Photo by Yicun Liu/Riot Games/Riot Games Inc. via Getty Images

Six more games are scheduled for Tuesday’s Worlds action. Here is a look at some players to consider from each position for your DraftKings roster from Tuesday’s slate.

Set your DraftKings lineup here: LOL $80K Shock Blast [$20K to 1st] (Worlds)


Captain

JackeyLove ($12,600)

It’s unfortunate that a game in the main event is such a big mismatch, but this certainly is. Top Esports should cruise past Unicorns of Love. That should put JackeyLove in a fantastic position to capitalize. He has had a typically fluent offensive tournament so far, averaging 4 kills and 11 assists with just one death per map.

Others to consider: Knight ($12,300)


Top

Bwipo ($5,800)

There is no room for error for Fnatic in a tough matchup against Gen.G. However, the team has shown the consistency and depth needed to challenge the best Asian teams. Bwipo makes for a smart selection because of his price. He has averaged 1.5 kills and 4 assists per game but has also been killed five times in two maps.

Others to consider: Solo ($5,600)


Jungler

Spica ($6,000)

Another selection that improves your average salary remaining per player. At a Worlds event, these picks are mandatory. Spica hasn’t quite found his best. Neither has TSM, as is evidenced from the team’s 0-2 start. He has averaged 2 kills and 2 assists with 1.5 deaths per map, which is an indicator of a passive style of engagement. TSM and Spica just need to be a bit bolder.

Others to consider: Karsa ($7,400)


Mid

Knight ($8,200)

Knight has already racked up 10 kills in just two games at Worlds. He has also been killed four times. That’s just his preferred method of operation. Accept a few deaths but you can also expect a lot more kills from Knight than other mid laners at Worlds. He’s the most expensive player on this slate, but completely worth the price.

Others to consider: Bjergsen ($6,600)


ADC

Huanfeng ($8,000)

Suning came charging back into Worlds with a quality win on Monday. That should lift the team’s confidence. Huanfeng has had a solid campaign so far despite one win and one loss. He has averaged 4.5 kills and 8 assists per game, along with 2 deaths. He even has a creep score of 342. Along with these factors, he has an advantageous matchup against Machi Esports.

Others to consider: Doublelift ($6,600)


Support

IgNar ($4,200)

FlyQuest is a massive underdog against DragonX. I think there could be an upset here. If that’s the case, IgNar will have no small part to play in that. If that doesn’t pan out, you still draft a quality support player for a very reasonable price. IgNar doesn’t have a kill yet but has registered 17 assists in two games.


Team

G2 Esports ($5,200)

This roster will leave you with exactly $0 left. It has a nice balance of aggression and passive defense that could be vital from a fantasy perspective. G2 Esports has won two in two, which is a massive morale-booster in a cramped tournament like Worlds. Against Liquid, G2 should have a third successive win.

Set your DraftKings lineup here: LOL $80K Shock Blast [$20K to 1st] (Worlds)


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Nikhil Kalro is the Founder and CEO of Altletics Esports.