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2019 World Championship
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OrganizerRiot Games
SponsorMastercard
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Oppo
Event TypeOffline
CountryEurope Europe
Start Date2019-10-02
End Date2019-11-10

Welcome to the Worlds Player Profiles 2019 page! In here you'll be able to find interesting stats, fun facts and trivia on players that will be participating at the 2019 World Championship. These statistics include games throughout the Summer Regular Split, Summer Playoffs and Regional Finals.

  • For now only players from the five major regions will be displayed. But more may be added at a later date!
  • Only the projected starting players are listed.
  • The data for this page was provided by Tim "Magic" Sevenhuysen, owner of Oracle's Elixir and Head of Esports Data Science at Esports One.




  • LCS
  • LEC
  • LCK
  • LPL
  • LMS
Team Liquidlogo std.png Team Liquid


Team Liquidlogo std.png TL Impact


  • Has attended Worlds four times. 2019 will mark his fifth appearance.
  • Despite being one of the most veteran players in the scene having played professionally since 2012, Impact is only 24 years old.
  • Is heading into Worlds at 5th place when it comes to KDA, having 3.8 only below GimGoon, Licorice, Wunder and Sword.
  • Has a high contribution towards his team, being third in Kill Participation among Top Laners at 62%, only behind Huni (62.7%) and Nuguri (65.2%).
  • Although he's a great team player who can do well with little resources, his laning statistics are middle of the pack at best.
  • Despite being a Top Laner, some of his favorite champions are support-oriented.




  • Has attended Worlds five times. 2019 will mark his sixth appearance.
  • Is one of the oldest and most experienced professional players at 28.
  • Has the worst gold differential at 10 among junglers (-58) and one of the worst experience differentials at 10 (-46).
  • Also has poor damage numbers within his role.
  • Despite his statistical flaws, he's an active member within his team having a high Kill Participation and First Blood percentage.
  • His in-game name was inspired by the film Mr and Mrs Smith.



Team Liquidlogo std.png TL Jensen


  • Has attended Worlds four times. 2019 will mark his fifth appearance.
  • Was a coach for SK Gaming for several months in 2014.
  • Has the second lowest amount of deaths for Mid Laners (57), only behind FoFo (32).
  • Receives some of the highest gold % for Mid Laners but backs it up with some of the highest damage numbers.
  • Statistically one of the best laners within his role, having very high [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected]
  • Well known for the meme "Bodied by Jensen" which originates from him and Hai.




  • Has attended Worlds six times. 2019 will mark his seventh appearance.
  • Known for his strong mechanics as an AD Carry.
  • Is third for Kill Participation among AD Carries with 73.9%.
  • Has the seconds highest damage share within his role with 30.6% only behind Cody Sun.
  • Has the highest DPM output among AD Carries.
  • Well known for his trash-talking ability.




Team Liquidlogo std.png TL CoreJJ


  • Has attended Worlds three times. 2019 will mark his fourth appearance.
  • At 25 years old he's one of the more veteran players heading into the event.
  • Has one of the highest Kill Participations for supports.
  • Rarely falls behind in games, having a 244 [email protected]
  • Despite having a high first blood percentage and a really decent [email protected], he's ranked eight for DPM among supports.
  • Was an AD Carry for Team Dignitas in the past.



Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9



  • Has one Worlds appearance and is about to make his second one in 2019.
  • Is still a relatively young player at only 21.
  • One of the most resource-heavy Top Laners at Worlds, having a 23.2% gold share within his team.
  • Doesn't get punished often as he has a very low death share among Top Laners.
  • Despite his high gold share, his Damage Share and Damage Per Minute are not the greatest.
  • Although he's regarded by many as the best Top Laner in NA, he has a very humble attitude towards his opponents.




  • Has attended Worlds four times. 2019 will mark his fifth appearance.
  • Being a professional player since 2011, it comes as a surprise that Svenskeren is only 23 years old.
  • Tied with Ning for having the worst Death percentage among Junglers at 23.8%.
  • Despite not having a great gold percentage share within his team, his damage numbers are fairly good.
  • Has a relatively high Kill Participation and is one of the enablers of his team.
  • Humorously known for his great dancing ability.



Cloud9logo std.png C9 Nisqy


  • Is making his Worlds debut in 2019.
  • Has played in three different regions (North America, Europe and Turkey).
  • Fairly high in terms of death percentage at 21.2%.
  • Receives one of the lowest amounts of gold for Mid Laners but does have decent damage numbers.
  • Not a very strong laner statistically but has really good synergy with his jungler Svenskeren.
  • Has dual citizenship within Belgium and Turkey.



Cloud9logo std.png C9 Sneaky


  • Has attended Worlds six times. 2019 will mark his seventh appearance.
  • Tied with Doublelift for having the most Worlds appearances at seven.
  • Has a 65.6% Kill Participation which is average for AD Carries.
  • Is only one kill away from achieving 100 kills this season.
  • Has the biggest death percentage among AD Carries.
  • Plays League with his right hand but writes with his left. He is also color blind.



Cloud9logo std.png C9 Zeyzal


  • Will be making his second Worlds appearance in 2019.
  • He is only 20 years old despite his beard making him look older.
  • Although he's great at engage supports, his warding stats are average at best for Supports at Worlds.
  • Has one of the highest Kill Participations within his role and has a low death percentage.
  • His 5.3 KDA is quite good compared to the other players in his role.
  • Not considered a very strong laner alongside his partner Sneaky.



Clutch Gaminglogo std.png Clutch Gaming


Clutch Gaminglogo std.png CG Huni
  • One of two players alongside Flame to attend Worlds from three different regions, having qualified with Fnatic in 2015, SK Telecom T1 in 2017 and Clutch Gaming in 2019.
  • Well known for his mechanics and high proficiency with many different champions.
  • A central piece towards his team's success, having very high damage numbers. Is 2nd in Damage Per Minute (512) and 2nd in DMG% (27.9%) across all Top Laners at Worlds.
  • Despite his great damage numbers, he's not a very resource-heavy player compared to others in his position.
  • Tied with Wunder for having the highest amount of unique champion picks at 17.
  • Had an amazing 32-game regular season win streak alongside former teammate Reignover across two splits on both Fnatic and Immortals.



Clutch Gaminglogo std.png CG Lira


  • Is making his Worlds debut in 2019 despite his long career.
  • Has no Top 3 finish outside of Regional Finals in LCK and LCS.
  • Fairly good at not getting killed often, having a low Death share percentage.
  • His wards placed per minute are easily the best among Junglers heading into Worlds, having 1.10 per minute.
  • A good role player for his team but individually not that strong, having mid to low damage numbers and average [email protected] and [email protected]
  • Well known for his amazing display on Lee Sin during his Team EnVyUs days.




  • Is making his Worlds debut in 2019.
  • At 16 unique picks, he has one of the largest champion pools for Mid Laners.
  • Is the weakest laner heading into Worlds, having some of if not the worst laning stats.
  • Although he's not that strong or experienced individually, he is decent at placing vision and playing with his team, having a solid Kill Participation.
  • His damage numbers are fairly low but he doesn't take up too much of his team's resources.
  • Well known for the "It's Tanner Time" meme dedicated towards him.




  • Has attended Worlds two times. 2019 will mark his third appearance.
  • Still in search of his first title win.
  • Has the highest damage share among AD Carries at 31.6%.
  • With a 27.6% gold share in his team, he is the third most resource heavy AD Carry only behind Kobbe, Teddy and Wako.
  • Has the third highest KDA among AD Carries with 7.4 only behind Lilv, Viper and Teddy.
  • Was born in China but is a citizen of Canada.




Clutch Gaminglogo std.png CG Vulcan


  • Worlds 2019 will be his first Worlds appearance.
  • Still searching for his first major title.
  • Tied for second place (72.4%) with Ming when it comes to Kill Participation.
  • His warding stats are quite respectable when compared to other more veteran Supports.
  • Is third in terms of death percentage, meaning he does get punished often.
  • His surname Laflamme means fire in French, so he named himself after the roman god of fire 'Vulcan'.
G2 Esportslogo std.png G2 Esports


G2 Esportslogo std.png G2 Wunder
  • Although he is a young player, he already has two Worlds appearances and is heading into his third.
  • Is only 20 years old, making him one of the younger players in the LEC.
  • Has one of the lowest Kill Participation percentages for Top Laners heading into Worlds. Also has poor Warding and Ward Clearing.
  • He is regarded as a strong laner but doesn't have the most impressive laning stats. Likely due to G2's fast paced and bloody playstyle.
  • His champion pool is one of the largest within his role, making him an incredibly versatile player.
  • Famously trolled the audience by opening up Microsoft Paint during a professional match.



G2 Esportslogo std.png G2 Jankos
  • Will be making only his third Worlds appearance at the 2019 edition.
  • Has an impressive display of two Semifinal finishes at Worlds on two different organizations.
  • Despite being known as the First Blood King in Europe, his First Blood percentage is one of the worst among Worlds Junglers.
  • Receives one of the highest Gold percentage shares for Junglers.
  • Justifies getting a lot of his team's gold by having the best damage numbers alongside Svenskeren.
  • His supposed role model is Chuck Norris.



G2 Esportslogo std.png G2 Caps
  • Worlds 2019 will be only his second appearance at Worlds.
  • The only player to win both the TCL and the LEC. Tied with Perkz for most consecutive LEC titles at four.
  • Lacks in assists heavily, sitting at 129 only above Jensen (125) and Humanoid (128). Is also last in Kill Participation at 54.2%.
  • Tied with Faker and M1ssion for Death percentage at 22.8%.
  • A very strong laner backed up by the fact that his laning stats such as [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected] are in the Top 3 for Mid Laners.
  • Was jokingly referred to as "Baby Faker" in the past for his raw talent at the game.



G2 Esportslogo std.png G2 Perkz


  • Has attended Worlds three times. 2019 will mark his fourth appearance.
  • Despite being in the professional scene for six years already, he is only 20 years old.
  • Has the third highest win rate among AD Carries with 74%.
  • Has the third highest DPM output within his role at 559.
  • Has the lowest kill participation among AD Carries at Worlds.
  • Has an account named "Uma Jan" created from a random name generator that ended up becoming a meme.




G2 Esportslogo std.png G2 Mikyx
  • Is making his second worlds appearance after attending in 2016 with Splyce.
  • Known for being mechanically gifted despite the stigma that supports usually have poor mechanics.
  • Has the fourth highest win rate among Supports attending Worlds.
  • Is very low within his role for Kill Participation.
  • Despite G2's dominance in the LEC, he doesn't have very good laning stats.
  • Enjoys watching football (soccer).



Fnaticlogo std.png Fnatic


Fnaticlogo std.png FNC Bwipo
  • 2019 will mark only his second Worlds appearance.
  • Praised and highly regarded as a prodigy by LS.
  • Has the best First Blood rate out of any Top Laner attending Worlds.
  • His XP Differential at 10 is 196, the highest within his role.
  • CS-ing is the weak part of his laning, having some of the worst CS stats for Top Laners.
  • Known for having hilarious face reactions on camera during games.



Fnaticlogo std.png FNC Broxah
  • Heading into his third Worlds appearance.
  • Only has three tournament finishes outside of Top 4 throughout his career.
  • Among Worlds junglers his KDA is one of the lowest.
  • His Kill Participation is the worst out of any jungler at Worlds.
  • Despite having a low gold share within his team, his DPM (300) and DMG% (14.9%) are some of the highest within his role.
  • A big fan of football (soccer).



Fnaticlogo std.png FNC Nemesis
  • Will be making his Worlds debut in the 2019 edition.
  • Aside from an EUCS Qualifier in 2016, he hasn't finished outside of the Top 4 in any event he's participated in.
  • Only above Caps and Humanoid in terms of Kill Participation at 59.1%.
  • Despite not having an impressive [email protected], he's fairly good at staying ahead of his opponents in XP.
  • An efficient contributor towards his team's success, having fairly good damage numbers.
  • Has an older brother (Hyper) who is also a professional LoL player.



Fnaticlogo std.png FNC Rekkles


  • Has attended Worlds four times. 2019 will mark his fifth appearance.
  • He is one of the youngest players ever to play in competitive scene, starting his career at 15 years old.
  • Has the second lowest kill participation among AD Carries.
  • His overall vision stats are the best when it comes to AD Carries attending Worlds.
  • Has a rather average gold share at 26.2%.
  • Prior to becoming a competitive LoL player, he was a talented football (soccer) player but stepped down due to injury.




  • He will be making his second Worlds appearance this year.
  • Regarded by many as the best Pyke in Europe.
  • Third in terms of total kills (47) behind Ming (54) and Crisp (50) but also fourth in total deaths (124).
  • His warding is statistically the worst for Supports at Worlds with 1.21 wards placed per minute and 0.29 wards cleared per minute.
  • Has by far the highest First Blood percentage at 41%.
  • Used to be a Mid Laner in the past.



Splycelogo std.png Splyce


Splycelogo std.png Splyce Vizicsacsi
  • Worlds 2019 will mark his Worlds debut in his long career.
  • Is still seeking a big league/tournament win, with his most significant one being IEM Season 11 - Oakland.
  • Has the second lowest KDA among Top Laners.
  • Statistically one of the weakest laners within his role.
  • Makes up for his weak laning stats by having the most Wards placed per Minute for Top Laners.
  • A former professional player in both Age of Mythology and Chess.



Splycelogo std.png Splyce Xerxe
  • The 2019 Worlds edition will mark his Worlds debut.
  • One of the younger players at the tournament at age 19.
  • Has the lowest amount of deaths within Junglers.
  • Easily the least punished jungler, having a Death Percentage of only 13.6%.
  • Second lowest Gold Share within his team but has solid damage numbers despite that.
  • Well known for his innovative playstyle.



Splycelogo std.png Splyce Humanoid
  • Is making his Worlds debut in the 2019 edition.
  • At 19 years old he's one of the younger players at Worlds.
  • Statistically one of the weakest Mid Laners at Worlds, having the lowest amount of kills (103) and the worst KDA (2.4).
  • His laning stats are generally weak and his Kill Participation and First Blood percentage are also lacking.
  • Despite his clear flaws as a player, he has the second highest CS per minute (9.7) and is easily first in CS% per 15 minutes (29.2%).
  • Had a brief stint in Turkey, reaching the TCL Semifinals with Dark Passage.



Splycelogo std.png Splyce Kobbe


  • Has attended Worlds once. 2019 will mark his second appearance.
  • Despite not having won the LEC yet, he is respected as one of the best AD Carries in Europe.
  • With a 28.8% gold share in his team, Kobbe is the most resource heavy AD Carry at Worlds.
  • Has the third highest creep score per minute with 10.2 only behind Teddy and Viper.
  • Has the second lowest win rate among AD Carries coming to this year’s Worlds Championship.
  • Played football (soccer) for over 10 years.




Splycelogo std.png Splyce Norskeren
  • Is making his Worlds debut at the 2019 edition.
  • Still searching for his first major title.
  • His 2.6 KDA is the lowest for Supports at Worlds.
  • Does die a lot but has good vision stats and is passable as a laner.
  • Despite having the worst KDA for a support, he has the sixth highest DPM within his role.
  • Is an avid K-Pop fan.
SK Telecom T1logo std.png SK Telecom T1


SK Telecom T1logo std.png SKT Khan
  • 2019 will mark only his second Worlds appearance.
  • Has won the LCK on three different orgs with only Mata, Peanut, PraY and GorillA having achieved it as well.
  • His overall statistics compared to other Top Laners are relatively weak.
  • Has the most games played throughout the Summer Season among Top Laners, sitting at 56.
  • One of the best within his role at placing and clearing Wards.
  • Although he's achieved a lot in the LCK, he spent a larger portion of his career playing in China.



SK Telecom T1logo std.png SKT Clid
  • Is making his Worlds debut at the 2019 edition.
  • Has spent the majority of his career so far in China, despite finding the most success in South Korea.
  • The best among junglers when it comes to vision, having an 0.99 WPM and 0.54 WCPM.
  • Gets a decent gold percentage share but doesn't back it up much with his damage numbers.
  • Is fourth in overall assists behind Karsa, Canyon and Tian.
  • As is the case with many South Korean junglers, he has a reputation as a great Lee Sin player.



SK Telecom T1logo std.png SKT Faker
  • Has attended Worlds four times. 2019 will mark his fifth appearance.
  • One of the only players that has played out his entire career (so far) on one organization, being on SKT since 2013.
  • Has the second highest amount of deaths for Mid Laners at Worlds (106) behind Rookie (134).
  • Tied with Caps and M1ssion for the highest Death percentage (22.8%).
  • Compared to other Mid Laners he doesn't take up much resources at all and has impressive damage numbers and Top 3 vision numbers, making him highly efficient.
  • Has higher earnings as a professional player than anyone else in the LoL scene's history.



SK Telecom T1logo std.png SKT Teddy


  • Worlds 2019 will be his first Worlds appearance.
  • A highly respected Ezreal player.
  • Has played the biggest number of games (56) this season among AD Carries.
  • With a 27.8% gold share in his team, Teddy is tied with Wako as the second most resource heavy AD Carry.
  • Has the highest creep score per minute with 10.8 among AD Carries.
  • Holds the record for highest creep score in a single game at 1456.



SK Telecom T1logo std.png SKT Effort
  • Worlds 2019 will be his first Worlds appearance.
  • At 18 years old he is one of the youngest players at Worlds.
  • Although he is last in terms of kills for Supports (12), he also has the third lowest amount of deaths (60) slightly above CoreJJ (57) and Zeyzal (58).
  • Has the second highest win rate within his role (78%).
  • Has the best KDA (5.5) compared to the other Supports attending Worlds.
  • SK Telecom T1 is so far the only organization he has been on.



Griffinlogo std.png Griffin


Griffinlogo std.png GRF Sword
  • Will be making his Worlds debut.
  • Is considered as the weak link of Griffin by some analysts.
  • Contrary to popular belief he's a decent laner, being middle of the pack or higher for [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] and CS%P15.
  • One of the better Top Laners when it comes to vision, having high WPM and WCPM.
  • Has a relatively small champion pool, having played only 9 unique picks.
  • Is good friends with SKT's Khan.



Griffinlogo std.png GRF Tarzan
  • Is making his Worlds debut in 2019.
  • His only professional team so far into his career is Griffin.
  • Has the best KDA (5.6) among Worlds Junglers.
  • Although his number of unique picks (13) is high for a jungler, a lot of his games were on Sejuani.
  • Aside from having a low amount of overall kills, there isn't really an area in which he struggles a lot.
  • Highly respected for his innovative playstyle and knowledge of the game.



Griffinlogo std.png GRF Chovy
  • Is making his Worlds debut at the 2019 edition.
  • Known for his mechanical prowess on Zoe and Yasuo.
  • Is second last in terms of kills (113), only ahead of Humanoid (103).
  • Not very efficient with the high amount of gold he gets compared to other Mid Laners, having average damage numbers.
  • His vision stats are easily Top 3 alongside Faker and Apex.
  • The first player to reach a KDA of above 100 in any professional league.



Griffinlogo std.png GRF Viper


  • Worlds 2019 will be his first Worlds appearance.
  • Is only 18 years old, making him one of the youngest players attending Worlds this year.
  • Has the third highest damage share among AD Carries with 30.2% only behind Cody Sun and Doublelift.
  • Tied for first with Lilv in terms of KDA at 7.7 within the AD Carry role.
  • Has the third highest first blood rate among AD Carries only behind Doublelift and Wako.
  • The only organization he has been on since the start of his career is Griffin.




Griffinlogo std.png GRF Lehends
  • He will make his first Worlds appearance in 2019.
  • Is known for reaching Challenger Rank 1 with unconventional picks.
  • Has the second highest KDA ratio (5.4) among the other supports who are attending Worlds 2019.
  • Ranked fifth in terms of Kill Participation (70.4%) for Supports.
  • Middle of the pack when it comes to vision stats at 1.53 WPM and 0.35 WCPM.
  • One of his signature picks is Support Elise, although he rarely uses it in professional matches.



DAMWON Gaminglogo std.png DAMWON Gaming


DAMWON Gaminglogo std.png DWG Nuguri
  • Will be making his Worlds debut in 2019.
  • Is a relatively young player, having started his career in 2017.
  • Possibly the most promising Top Laner heading into Worlds, having good to great statistics in every area.
  • Has the most kills out of any Top Laner.
  • Does die often despite being 2nd in deaths behind TheShy.
  • Has only played on two teams since starting his career as a pro player.



DAMWON Gaminglogo std.png DWG Canyon
  • Is making his Worlds debut in the 2019 edition.
  • The youngest and most inexperienced LCK player heading into the event.
  • Has the second highest amount of assists for Junglers (390), just two behind Karsa (392).
  • Despite his high Kill Participation his First Blood percentage is quite low.
  • Is a solid individual player but does struggle in some areas like Gold Differential at 10, Experience Diffenrential at 10 and CS Differential at 10.
  • His only known professional team is DAMWON Gaming.



  • Is making his Worlds debut in the 2019 edition.
  • Only 19 years old making him one of the younger players at the event.
  • Has the highest amount of total kills among Mid Laners at 188.
  • His 71.1% Kill Participation makes him one of the most proactive Mid Laners heading into Worlds.
  • Alongside Faker and Chovy he has some of the best vision stats, showing that LCK mid laners are excellent in that area.
  • DAMWON Gaming is currently the only team he has played on due to being a young player.



DAMWON Gaminglogo std.png DWG Nuclear


  • Worlds 2019 will be his first Worlds appearance.
  • Despite being in the professional scene since 2014, he is only 22 years old.
  • With 52 games he has played the third highest amount of games in Summer only behind Teddy and JackeyLove.
  • His Kill Participation in comparison with other AD Carries is rather average at 66%.
  • Has the second highest DPM output in his team after Nuguri.
  • Played for a year in Europe as part of H2k-Gaming.




DAMWON Gaminglogo std.png DWG BeryL
  • He will be making his first Worlds appearance in the 2019 edition.
  • Has not finished below 5th place in any event he has attended.
  • Although he's second in terms of deaths (136), he's also third in terms of assists (444) within his role.
  • Has the best vision statistics as a whole, being second in wards per minute and first in wards cleared per minute.
  • His laning stats are lacking compared to other Supports.
  • Was an AD Carry player in the past.
FunPlus Phoenixlogo std.png FunPlus Phoenix


FunPlus Phoenixlogo std.png FPX GimGoon
  • Will be making his Worlds debut in 2019.
  • 2019 also marked his first time winning an LPL title.
  • Is the Top Laner with the highest KDA and Win Rate.
  • Second in Assists with 275, only behind TheShy's 290.
  • Has the lowest Death Share within his role at 16.8% but is also middle of the pack for Kill Participation.
  • One of the most veteran LPL players and also one of the earliest South Korean imports within the league.



FunPlus Phoenixlogo std.png FPX Tian
  • Is making his Worlds debut in the 2019 edition.
  • Despite being one of the most veteran players in the scene having played professionally since 2012, Impact is only 24 years old.
  • Has the highest Win Rate domestically (85%) among Worlds Junglers, mostly in part due to FPX's dominant Summer Split.
  • Is first in kills (132) and third in assists (342) for junglers.
  • His lowest win rate on any champion throughout Summer is 50% (Jarvan IV, Lee Sin and Olaf).
  • Has played with both Knight or Doinb as his Mid Laner.



FunPlus Phoenixlogo std.png FPX Doinb
  • Despite having played for a while now, 2019 will mark his Worlds debut.
  • Heavily known for his creative picks and builds, even in professional games.
  • His 85% win rate is the highest for a Mid Laner, largely thanks to FunPlus Phoenix's incredible summer split.
  • Second in terms of kills (176) only behind ShowMaker and third in assists behind Xiaohu and ShowMaker.
  • Has by far the largest champion pool for Mid Laners with a total of 21 unique picks throughout summer.
  • Beloved by many fans for his emotional and jovial reactions during after wins.



FunPlus Phoenixlogo std.png FPX Lwx


  • Will be making his first Worlds appearance this year.
  • Has gained somewhat of a reputation for his pop-off moments during some games.
  • Has the second highest kill count with 247 kills among AD Carries, only behind JackeyLove.
  • Despite having the highest high win rate at 85%, he is ranked 12th among AD Carries in Kill Participation.
  • His death rate is rather high at 17.5%.
  • His in-game name stands for his real life name (Lin Wei-Xiang).




FunPlus Phoenixlogo std.png FPX Crisp
  • Will be making his Worlds debut this year.
  • Previously played as an AD Carry.
  • Second highest (50) in kills and third highest (428) in assists among Supports attending Worlds.
  • Considering how dominant FPX was in Summer, his Kill Participation is surprisingly one of the lowest within his role.
  • Does have the highest win-rate for a Support.
  • His former in-game name of Lqs stands for his real life name of Liu Qing-Song.



Royal Never Give Uplogo std.png Royal Never Give Up


Royal Never Give Uplogo std.png RNG Langx


  • Making his Worlds debut in 2019.
  • His only 1st place finish is in the 2017 LSPL Spring Playoffs.
  • Has one of the worst Kill Participation percentages for Top Laners.
  • Middle of the pack when it comes to Kills, Deaths and Assists.
  • Has a solid champion pool with 14 unique picks.
  • His former in-game name XiaoAL is an homage to his ex-girlfriend's family.


Royal Never Give Uplogo std.png RNG Karsa


  • Has attended Worlds four times. 2019 will mark his fifth appearance.
  • The only player to win both the LMS and the LPL.
  • At 392, he has the most assists out of any Worlds Jungler.
  • Does die a lot and is third in amount of deaths at 108.
  • Has the highest Kill Participation out of any Jungler (73.8%).
  • Went to school with his former teammates Maple and SwordArt.



Royal Never Give Uplogo std.png RNG Xiaohu


  • Has three Worlds appearances and is about to make his fourth.
  • Is able to play ranged ad carry champions in the mid lane at a very high level.
  • Fourth in kills (169) and first in assists (315) for Mid Laners.
  • His 69.9% Kill Participation is second within his role, making him one of the most proactive Mid Laners.
  • Doesn't have a great history when put on supportive champions.
  • His in-game name translates to "Little Tiger".



Royal Never Give Uplogo std.png RNG Uzi


  • Has attended Worlds five times. 2019 will mark his sixth appearance.
  • One of the most respected AD Carry players in history, with many striving to emulate and reach his level of play.
  • Has the third highest kill count with 231 kills only behind Lwx and JackeyLove.
  • Is third in terms of Kill Participation among AD Carries with 73%.
  • Has the lowest death rate within his team.
  • Affectionately nicknamed Puppy within China by fans.




Royal Never Give Uplogo std.png RNG Ming


  • Is making his third Worlds appearance in 2019.
  • Highly respected by analysts and players as being part of the best duo lane in the world alongside his partner Uzi.
  • Has the highest amount of kills (54) and second highest amount of assists (447) for Supports attending Worlds.
  • Tied at second place with Vulcan (72.4%) when it comes to Kill Participation making him one of the most proactive Supports.
  • Has a very high KDA of 20.3 on Yuumi, being very profficient at the champion.
  • Used to be the bot lane partner of former world champion Ning before the latter's switch to Jungle.



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Invictus Gaminglogo std.png IG TheShy


  • Returns to Worlds after winning it in his debut last year.
  • Has finished below 4th place only on three occasions in his whole career.
  • Is first for Assists among Top Laners with 290.
  • Also first in his role when it comes to Deaths, sitting at 176.
  • His KDA and Kill Participation are average at best.
  • His in-game name is a tribute to Shy, a highly respected former pro player.



Invictus Gaminglogo std.png IG Leyan


  • Is going to be making his Worlds debut at the 2019 edition.
  • One of the youngest players attending Worlds if not youngest entirely at age 17.
  • Tied with Xmithie for having the lowest amount of total kills within Junglers (49).
  • Has the second worst Kill Participation at 63.1%, only above Broxah.
  • Has the second lowest amount of deaths at 58, only one above Xerxe's 57.
  • Aside from the 2019 LPL Regional Finals, he has yet to win a tournament or league.



Invictus Gaminglogo std.png IG Rookie


  • The 2019 edition of Worlds will mark his third appearance.
  • One of two import players alongside teammate TheShy to win a World Championship.
  • Third in kills (175) behind ShowMaker and Doinb and fifth in assists.
  • By far has the most deaths among Mid Laners at 134, the player in second place being Faker at 106, creating a gap of almost 30 deaths.
  • Despite his large amount of deaths, his death percentage is surprisingly not too high at 18.7%.
  • Able to fluently speak Chinese giving him extra value as a player within the LPL.




  • Has attended Worlds once before. 2019 will mark his second appearance.
  • Is only 18 years old, making him one of the youngest players at Worlds.
  • Has the highest kill count among AD Carries at Worlds with 260 kills.
  • With 54 games played this season, he has played the second highest number of games among AD Carries only behind Teddy.
  • Has the best KDA ratio within his team.
  • His former in-game name was Shidai.




Invictus Gaminglogo std.png IG Baolan


  • Is making his second Worlds appearance in 2019.
  • Aside from a very brief stint on an amateur team, he has spent his whole career so far on Invictus Gaming.
  • Despite IG's rough summer split, he has the highest amount of assists (485) among Supports attending Worlds.
  • Unfortunately he's also first in amount of deaths at 151.
  • Despite being well known for his Rakan, his win rate on the champion for summer is below 50%.
  • Has left IG and re-joined on the next day on two occasions.


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J Teamlogo std.png JT Rest


  • Is making his Worlds debut in 2019.
  • Has finished only once outside of Top 4 since starting his career.
  • Also has the best Gold Differential at 10 for Top Laners.
  • Although his laning stats are great, his damage numbers are low to average.
  • Not the best at placing or clearing vision, having low WPM and WCPM for Top Laners.
  • Has only been on two organizations throughout his career.



J Teamlogo std.png JT Hana


  • Is making his Worlds debut at the 2019 edition.
  • J Team is his only known professional team.
  • Has the fourth lowest amount of kills (59), only above Alex (56), Leyan (49) and Xmithie (49).
  • Although his damage numbers are some of the worst, his vision control is quite good with an 0.93 WPM and an 0.50 WCPM.
  • Doesn't die often, having only 60 total deaths throughout summer, being tied with Xmithie and only above Leyan (49) and Xerxe (57).
  • Formerly an AD Carry player.



J Teamlogo std.png JT FoFo


  • Is making his Worlds debut in the 2019 edition of the event.
  • The franchise player of J Team, being the only player to still be on the team since their inception.
  • His 8.1 KDA is easily the highest among Mid Laners at Worlds.
  • Has the second lowest Death percentage at 13.3% only behind ShowMaker's 13.0%.
  • His damage numbers are the best as a whole within his role.
  • Known for favoring mechanically intensive champions.



J Teamlogo std.png JT Lilv


  • Worlds 2019 will be his first Worlds appearance.
  • Has played out most of his career with Koala as his bot lane partner.
  • Is tied with Viper for highest KDA among AD Carries at 7.7.
  • His DPM output in comparison with other AD Carries is rather low.
  • His death rate is the lowest in his team at 13.3%.
  • Well known for his Vayne and Ezreal.



J Teamlogo std.png JT Koala


  • He will be making his second Worlds appearance in 2019.
  • Prefers playmaking and lane bully supports such as Bard, Thresh and Nami.
  • Has the lowest amount of assists for a Support attending Worlds at 249.
  • Within the Top 5 for Supports when it comes to placing and clearing wards.
  • Has the third lowest amount of deaths for a Support (61), only above CoreJJ (57) and Effort (60).
  • His only tournament finish outside of Top 5 has been at Worlds 2018.



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Ahq e-Sports Clublogo std.png ahq Ziv


  • Makes his return and fourth appearance at Worlds after missing the 2018 edition.
  • One of the most loyal and longest-tenured players, having been on ahq e-Sports Club since October 2014.
  • Outside of Flame who only has 2 games throughout Summer, he has the worst First Blood percentage at 10%.
  • Is middle of the pack in pretty much every statistic.
  • His best statistic would be CS%P15, being third for Top Laners with 26.3%.
  • Has often been considered one of the best Top Laners in the LMS and in the world.



Ahq e-Sports Clublogo std.png ahq Alex


  • Is making his Worlds debut in the 2019 edition.
  • Yet to win a 1st place finish at an event or tournament.
  • Has the second lowest amount of total kills at 56, only above Leyan's 49.
  • His death percentage is low, making him one of the least punished junglers.
  • His wards placed per minute are the lowest among junglers, with only 0.47 on average.
  • Is good friends with his former schoolmate Hanabi.



Ahq e-Sports Clublogo std.png ahq Apex


  • Is making his Worlds debut in the 2019 edition of the event.
  • Aside from winning an ECS split, he's yet to win a major tournament or event.
  • One of the least resource heavy Mid Laners at the event, having a low gold share within his team.
  • His vision control is one of the best among Mid Laners alongside Faker, Chovy and ShowMaker.
  • Aside from great vision stats and not taking up much resources, nothing else is particularly impressive about him as a player in terms of stats.
  • Generally leans towards playing control mages or champions that function well as backliners.



Ahq e-Sports Clublogo std.png ahq Wako


  • Worlds 2019 will be his first Worlds appearance.
  • Previously played as a Mid Laner.
  • With a 27.8% gold share in his team, Wako is tied with Teddy as the second most resource heavy player among AD Carries.
  • Has the second highest first blood rate among AD Carries only behind Doublelift
  • Has the highest kill participation in his team at 77.1%.
  • Affectionately nicknamed Waker after Faker due to some of his excellent past performances.




Ahq e-Sports Clublogo std.png ahq Ysera


  • Is making his Worlds debut in 2019.
  • One of the most veteran players at this year's Worlds, having played competitively since 2013.
  • His warding stats are some of the worst for Supports attending Worlds.
  • Despite vision being his clear weakness, his laning stats are quite impressive.
  • Does have a somewhat high death percentage at 23%.
  • Has played in both Taiwan and China.



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Hong Kong Attitudelogo std.png HKA 3z


  • Is making his Worlds debut in 2019.
  • Outside of the 2019 LMS Regional Finals, he hasn't gotten a 1st place finish in any event.
  • His DPM and DMG% are the worst among Top Laners at Worlds.
  • Has decent laning stats but not the best vision placement and clear.
  • At a 52.1% Kill Participation, he's one of the Top Laners who contributes the least towards his team.
  • Despite his lack of regional success, he's a veteran player having competed in the LMS since 2013.



Hong Kong Attitudelogo std.png HKA Crash


  • Is making his second Worlds appearance, having attend during 2017 as the jungler of 1907 Fenerbahce Esports.
  • Has played in four different regions (China, South Korea, Taiwan and Turkey).
  • Receives the highest gold share among junglers (17.8%).
  • Despite getting a sufficient amount of resourches, his damage numbers are middle of the pack at best.
  • His [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected] are quite good in comparison to some of the other junglers attending Worlds.
  • Aside from winning the LSPL Playoffs and the LMS Regional Finals, he's still searching for his first major win.



Hong Kong Attitudelogo std.png HKA M1ssion


  • Is making his second appearance at Worlds.
  • Part of the HK Attitude roster that became the only major region team to not get past the Play-In stage in 2017.
  • Third in terms of total deaths (105) only below Rookie and Faker.
  • Tied with Faker and Caps at 22.8% for highest death percentage.
  • Does have decent damage numbers but his vision numbers are rather weak.
  • Has played as a Jungler and Top Laner in the past.



Hong Kong Attitudelogo std.png HKA Unified


  • Will be making his second Worlds appearance in 2019.
  • Was part of the HK Attitude roster that became the only major region team to get eliminated during the Play-In stage at Worlds.
  • Has the highest DPM output within his team.
  • Is not very dependent on receiving resources.
  • His KDA ratio among the AD Carries at Worlds is rather average at only 5.1.
  • Has played out most of his career with Kaiwing as his partner.



Hong Kong Attitudelogo std.png HKA Kaiwing


  • Worlds 2019 will be his second Worlds appearance.
  • Was part of the 2017 HKA roster that became the only major region team to get knocked out in the Play-In stage.
  • One of the strongest Supports attending Worlds in terms of laning statistics.
  • Has the lowest death percentage at 16.7% within his role.
  • Is one of the weaker supports in terms of wards placed and cleared.
  • His in-game name stands for his real life name (Ling Kai Wing).