Today we look at the League of Legends Top 5 Players in the World.
I will review how much they have earned and their skills at the game, let’s begin!
1. Lee ‘Faker’ Sang Hyeok – $897,818.98 From 32 Tournaments
Faker has been on top of his game for a while now. He no doubt is number one when it comes to League of Legends gameplay.
Unmistakably the Demon King of the Mid Lane won’t be beaten. The most celebrated and effective of any eSport player is similarly as sharp now as he was amid both of SKT’s first Worlds wins. He can now add a third win to that rundown after SKT’s triumph in 2017. He’ll be remaining with the group in 2017 where we can’t envision him going for anything not as much as a fourth Worlds win this year.
Faker is not finished yet and has a whole life ahead of him. The legend never dies.
Faker Twitter: https://twitter.com/sktelecomfaker
Best Faker Plays:
2. Bae ‘Bengi’ Seong Ung – $810,683.00 From 21 Tournaments
As prove by their position in the rundown, our last two demonstrate that there is just a single South Korean super group to exceed Samsung White and that is SKT T1.
While the previous was a brilliant supernova of a group, uniting a portion of the best for one immaculate season before failing out, SKT perseveres. Bengi has been a major some portion of that support, giving a standout amongst the most steady junglers in the LCK. In any case, that could now all change as he’s as of late joined his previous partner, Easyhoon, at Vici Gaming for 2017.
Check out this gameplay of Bengi:
3. Lee “Duke” Ho Seong – $450,210.43 From 16 Tournaments
Lee “Duke” Ho-Seong joined the KT Rolster Bullets at some point in Season 3 under the name “Panther” however didn’t play with them until the IEM Season VIII World Championship, when he turned into the beginning top laner.
The Bullets cleared the entire competition and beat Fnatic 3-0 in the last. They returned to Korea to take an interest in HOT6iX Champions Spring 2014 where they made it to the quarterfinals however lost 3-2 to NaJin White Shield. Not long after, Leopard changed his name to Duke and joined NaJin Black Sword as their new top laner.
He played his first competition with the group at HOT6iX Champions Summer 2014. Sword made it to the quarterfinals yet lost 3-2 to SK Telecom T1 S.
4. Wolf (Lee Jae-wan) – $635,741.13 From 24 Tournaments
Lee “Wolf” Jae-wan started his focused profession on December 21st, 2012 when he joined NaJin Shield as their new support.
He played in his first real competition at GIGABYTE StarsWar League Season 2 where his group neglected to make it out of gatherings. Wolf returned to Korea to take an interest in his first OGN, OLYMPUS Champions Spring 2013.
Wolf left CTU in October 2013 to join the recently changed list of SK Telecom T1 1. A couple of months after the fact, the were renamed SK Telecom T1 S.
5. Bae “Bang” Jun Sik – $631,239.89 From 20 Tournaments
At the young age of 20, Bang is already off to a good start.
Bang and SKT had a good start in 2016 as they won IEM X World Championship after beating Fnatic (3-0). They then finished 3rd in the regular split of 2016 LCK Spring but won the entire tournament after dominating ROX Tigers in a 3-1 victory. SKT proceed to winning the 2016 Mid-Season Invitational against Counter Logic Gaming (3-0).
For the 2017 Season, Bang will continue to play for SKT as the starting AD Carry.
Watch Bang in action:
I hope you enjoyed reading about the Top 5 League of Legends players as much as I did writing it.