27 January 2015 - 19:30
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Top 5 Korean Solo Queue Champions in Each Role

Disclaimer: These tables contain data from Diamond level Korean solo queue games, which have been played over the past month.
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Disclaimer:
These tables contain data from Diamond level Korean solo queue games, which have been played over the past month. Master and Challenger specific champion picks which had high win rates and would’ve made the tables were not included because of the very low number of games played on these champions.
Some of the champions listed here can be played in more than one lane, so don’t get upset if you see champion “X” in the Top lane table instead of another table. Since I have no way of knowing the number of games champion “X” is played in each role, I’ve used the Korean professional scene and my own personal experiences in solo queue to decide in which table to put champion “X”.



Top:     

Champion              Win Rate         Games Played              KDA

Lissandra                    52.15%                27,143                2.32:1

Riven                          51.83%                47,415                 2.05:1

Irelia                           51.59%                17,968                 2.43:1

Tryndamere                 51.51%                6,717                  1.83:1

Sion                             51.47%                8,388                  2.64:1





Mid:

Champion              Win Rate         Games Played               KDA

Karthus                     54.96%                4,820                     2.55:1

Cassiopeia                54.92%                10,897                    2.15:1

Akali                          54.06%               13,789                    2.30:1

Katerina                      53.01%              14,743                    2.73:1

Malzahar                    52.43%                2,855                     2.48:1






Jungle:


Champion              Win Rate         Games Played               KDA

Rek'Sai                        59.09%               11,792                  3.00:1

Pantheon                     54.11%               34,253                  2.61:1

Jarvan IV                      53.67%               63,395                  3.21:1

Fiddlesticks                 53.56%               12,929                   2.46:1

Wukong                       52.43%               5,253                     2.39:1





ADC:

Champion               Win Rate         Games Played               KDA

Sivir                             55.57%                20,725                 3.01:1

Jinx                              54.03%                32,109                 2.69:1

Draven                         53.13%                10,124                 2.43:1

Corki                           51.84%                23,933                  2.99:1

Graves                         51.35%                33,054                  2.65:1





Support:

Champion               Win Rate         Games Played               KDA

Janna                            54.67%                47,614                3.82:1

Annie                            53.79%                14,160                2.32:1

Leona                            52.55%               18,585                 2.84:1

Blitzcrank                      51.86%                37,353                2.83:1

Sona                              51.00%                 6,553                 2.87:1







Special mentions:

Champion               Win Rate         Games Played               KDA

Swain                          53.37%               1,808                     2.45:1

Kennen                        52.72%               2,870                     2.30:1

Kayle                           52.40%               8,185                     2.54:1



I made a separate table for these champions because I have no idea in what lanes they are played the most. Kayle can be played as a Top, Mid, Jungle and even Support. I haven’t seen a Swain or Kennen in such a long time that I have no idea if they are better Top laners or Mid laners.

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