Worlds 2020: Rekkles among the top-performing bot laners

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Fnatic’s ADC has shown that he is a force to be reckoned with after being among the top-performing BOT laners at the ongoing .the 2020 League of Legends World Championship.

The ADC has come out of the gates swinging in the tournament, winning two games in Group C. His early-game supremacy in the laning phase has been handy for his team. He has also helped the team with his knack for safe, reliable, and supportive champions.

Rekkles has so far scored the highest gold difference at 10 minutes of any player with the help of Hylissang.

According to the present stats, Rekkles now has an astonishing 628 gold, 87 more than second-place DragonX jungler Pyosik.

His record is almost twice of the gold of Damwon ADC Ghost.

According to the League Esports Wiki, Rekkles remains the highest-performing ADC in terms of gold difference with an average of 799 while Wunder, Bdd, Canyon, and JDG’s Zoom are also on top gold at the 15-minute mark. Rekkles beat Top’s JackeyLove to the punch.

The stats the emerged from the opening week of the group stage at Worlds 2020, a considerable amount about Fnatic’s proficiency in the bot lane against Gen.G’s Ruler and Life, have been noted. The same goes for LGD’s Kramer and Mark, TSM’s Doublelift, and Biofrost.

Rekkles and Hylissang, through their early-game aggression and level-one trading, have performed exceptionally in the lane. To their advantage, they gain gold advantages with CS leads first blood, and turret plate hits.

As Rekkles is also among the top five in terms of KDA in the tournament, he favoured Senna, a supportive ADC, and Jhin.

He is, however, short in terms of damage contribution and kills participation. This revealed more about Fnatic’s top side focused playstyle than Rekkles as a player.

Rekkles was farming gold while Bwipo and Selfmade headed to town in the top lane. Rekkles then picks up experience, pushing down towers, and creating map pressure.

Fnatic is looking to secure a passage into the tournament’s knockout stage when they face  TSM, LGD, and Gen.G on Saturday, Oct. 10.

Written by Oladipupo Mojeed