This is the second of a series of articles I’ll be doing every week or two, detailing the risers and fallers in Adjusted Winrate over the recent games. All stats are from Season 6 NA LCS, EU LCS, and LCK combined.
For those who aren’t familiar with Adjusted Winrate, here’s a brief summary of the stats you’ll see on the table.
WR – Winrate: This is the standard Winrate you’re familiar with, the percentage of games a Champion wins.
EXWR – Expected Winrate: This is the average Winrate of the teams that have picked the Champion, weighted for each time the team has chosen them.
ADJWR – Adjusted Winrate: This is the difference between the Champions normal Winrate and their Expected Winrate, thus showing how much a Champion is increasing a team’s chances by being picked.
WA – Wins Added: This is their Adjusted Winrate multiplied by the number of times they have been picked overall, estimating the amount of games the Champion has won or lost for it’s teams.
For those who want to read the entire article introducing Adjusted Winrate, it can be found here:
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Table is sorted by Wins Added