Zeri has a 100% presence in the LCS Spring Split

07:13 PM February 11, 2022

The LCS Spring Split 2022 has begun, and with 10 games played last weekend, let’s take a look at the stats. 

The shortest game so far ended in just over 26 minutes, in the match between Golden Guardians and Cloud9. The matchup was also notable for having Ivern piloted by Cloud9 mid laner Ibrahim “Fudge” Allahi. On the other hand, the longest game finished in 48:55, in FlyQuest’s match against Counter Logic Gaming. This game also resulted in the game with the most kills, with players seeing the black-and-white screen 35 times. 


In terms of KDA, Cloud9 bot laner Kim “Berserker” Min-cheol (at 10/0/8) and Dignitas mid laner Ersin “Blue” Gören (at 9/0/12) both sit at the top with Perfect KDA. Incidentally, both Cloud9 and Dignitas went undefeated over the weekend.



Not a lot of multikills happened, with zero quadrakills being recorded. Evil Geniuses bot laner Kyle “Danny” Sakamaki, however, breaks the mold after getting a pentakill on League of Legends’ newest champion, Zeri. 

EG Danny Debuts Zeri with Pentakill

“Welcome to the LCS, Zeri!”

EG Danny debuts the newest champion Zeri in the LCS Spring Split 2022 with a pentakill!

Posted by Esports INQ on Wednesday, February 9, 2022



Speaking of Zeri, she has been present in ALL of the games’ drafts. Out of the 10 games that were played, she was banned 8 times, and played twice. Her winrate, however, sits at 50% with only EG Danny winning on her off the back of the aforementioned pentakill he earned. 

Caitlyn, Karma, and Twisted Fate also have 100% presence in draft, with the first two being banned 8 times and played twice. Twisted Fate has been banned 9 times and only been played once. All three of these champions have only won one game, which puts TF at 100% winrate.

The most picked champions are Xin Zhao, Viktor, and Aphelios, with each being picked in six out of the 10 games. Both Xin Zhao and Aphelios sit at a 67% winrate, but Viktor has only won one game so far, giving him a 17% winrate. 


Aside from Cloud9’s extraneous Ivern and Soraka mid picks, no odd champions have been played. We also saw Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg on Zilean, but that was expected.

We did see the major region debut of the Enchanter top with Smite strategy, however, with both of FlyQuest’s games that put their top laner Colin “Kumo” Zhao on this duty. Kumo piloted Janna on FlyQuest’s first game, and Karma on the second, both times equipped with Smite and focusing on roaming. Kumo and the rest of FlyQuest also finished the weekend with a 2-0 record. 

All games are streamed on the official LCS YouTube channel and Twitch channel, and the schedule can be viewed on All data for this article was taken from


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