Damwon Gaming escaped from group B as the number one seed after JDG’s loss to PSG Talon earlier in the day prevented a tiebreaker for first place. Damwon went 2-1 on the day losing to JDG in the final game. Rogue was competitive in all their games but couldn’t pull out a single win going 0-3 on the day and finishing 1-5. PSG Talon’s roster finally managed to get their synergy back going 2-1 and finishing 2-4.
Today’s free pick is Langx ($6,200 DK, $8,100 FD) from LGD. Since the play-in tournament Langx has been the most consistent player for LGD and has continued to improve each game. Among all starting top laners in the group stage at worlds he is first in KDA, third in average kills per game, the least deaths per game, and third in assists per game. LGD’s sole lose in the first phase of group stage was a very close game to GenG. Langx was able them in the game with Renekton where he was constantly able to find important kills on the GenG carries in teamfights. Langx will continue is impressive level of play whether he is on a tank in Volibear or Ornn, or a carry in Renekton and Camille.
Subscribers will additionally see which jungler will continue his stellar performances, which players from one team all have great value, who to pick for MVP, the best mid laner in the group, and which support has stood out in a group of poor statistical support play.
Tomorrow matches will be exclusively from group C. Before the group stage started, group C was regarded as the group of life meaning any team has the chance to get out. It was difficult to predict the outcome of this group, and after the first phase of group stage it’s still the same. Fnatic, GenG, an LGD are all have a 2-1 record with Fnatic beating GenG, GenG beating LGD, and LDG beating Fnatic. TSM is the only team completely out of it with a 0-3 record. TSM looked lost in all three of their games and only has a small percentage chance to make it out of the group.
Top Lane DFS Picks for October 10, 2020
Bwipo ($6,000 DK, $7,600 FD) has great value in their matches against GenG and LGD. He ranks in the top half in KDA and assists per game, while being second in average deaths per game. Bwipo operates very well on the weakside of the map when he has the freedom to play aggressive or when the team drafts around him. Expect Fnatic to either play around Bwipo or completely stay away from him to allow him to shine in the one-versus-one.
Jungle DFS Picks for October 10, 2020
In the best-of-one stage at the play-in tournament, Peanut ($7,000 DK, $8,200 FD), looked lost as LGD was seeming to crumble right before our eyes just like 2015. Ever since the best-of-five stage where Peanut pulled out Kindred, he seems to be looking like 2016 ROX Tigers and 2017 SKT Peanut. His intelligent pathing and skirmishing on the power farming carry junglers has led LGD tied for fist in their group and they will need continued strong performances from Peanut to lead them past GenG and Fnatic.
Selfmade ($6,600 DK, $7,800 FD) is another Fnatic player with great value. He is the best Evelynn player in the world and single handedly brough her into the meta. Should Selfmade get his hands on his signature champion, he will translate that into big points.
Mid Lane DFS Picks for October 10, 2020
BDD ($7,600 DK, $9,400 FD) smashed his lane all three games with three different styles of champions. His Sett game into Bjergsen’s pocket pick Zilean was over at five minutes when BDD had double Bjergsen’s farm (40cs to 20cs). He made many plays around the map with Azir against Nemisis, and bullied Xiye’s Syndra with Lucian. BDD looks like the best mid laner in this group and should be able to get the same advantages again.
AD Carry DFS Picks for October 10, 2020
Although the is Rekkles’ ($7,400 DK, $9,400 FD) fifth world championship and eighth professional season he seems to still be improving. He led Fnatic to finals of worlds 2018, and in 2019 lost in the quarter-finals to the eventual world’s winners in FPX. With the unpredictable group C, it was unclear to see if Fnatic would make it out of groups and have a run and the championship. Since the phase one phase two group stage at worlds was created, Fnatic is 14-1 with a 2-0 in tiebreaker matches in phase two matches. Rekkles had said he will never be satisfied useless he wins the world championship so expect Fnatic to come out swinging in tomorrow’s matches.
Support DFS Picks for October 10, 2020
Statistically speaking, group C hasn’t been great for supports except for Mark ($5,400 DK, $7,700 FD). In LGD’s two wins, his Nautilus was very impressive, constantly fining hooks on priority targets and disrupting teamfights with his ultimates. Mark ranks sixth or above in all major scoring categories except deaths per game among starting support for the main stage of worlds 2020. Should LGD keep him on the tankier engage supports like Nautilus, Leona, Alistar or Rakan, Mark should perform well.
Team DFS Picks for October 10, 2020
With Fnatic, GenG, and LGD all being 2-1 with a triangle of wins against each other, they all currently have the same statistical chance to get out of groups. Therefore, a value pick here is best if you need it. Fnatic ($4,800 DK, $7,400 FD) looked great in their two wins against TSM and GenG, but an unconventional draft from both sides resulted in a loss against LDG. However, most people would still place GenG ($5,400 DK, $8,000 FD) as a favorite to get out, so if you have the spare cash, spend it.
MVP DFS Picks for October 10, 2020
The two carries for Fnatic have the least deaths per game for their respective roles and should be MVP consideration has deaths per game is one of the largest factors in points yield for MVP players. Additionally, BDD and Ruler, the two carries for GenG, should be considered as well. Ruler is regarded as the best AD carry in the LCK, with BDD just under the powerhouses of Chovy and ShowMaker.
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