Welcome to RotoBaller’s continued coverage of League of Legends DFS for FanDuel and DraftKings. Hopefully, you’ve been following our coverage of the LPL, LCK, and LCS as well as we intend to cover all LoL leagues for the Summer split. Today, I am focusing on the 5-game LEC slate that has contests available on both FanDuel and DraftKings.
My name is James Swindell and I will be continuing to bring you LEC DFS content here on RotoBaller. Friday was another excellent slate for the LEC and there are plenty of more matches to get excited about on Saturday. We know how close they playoff race is in Europe and as of right now every single one of our teams can still lock up a spot in the postseason. As our LEC competitors make the final push for playoff spots, the matches will only grow in intensity. If you thought the last couple of slates were entertaining, Saturday’s matches should be even more explosive. This slate is one that you definitely that both DFS players and LoL fans will not want to miss.
I’ll be bringing you my top League of Legends advice, analysis, and picks, for the LEC slate on Saturday, August 8th, 2020 at 11:00 AM EST. The 5-game slate features a matchup between two teams competing for one of the last few remaining seeds as well as one of the league’s former top teams facing off against the league’s hottest team. You can follow me on Twitter @s28_james and hit me up if you ever want to talk about LoL lineups or roster construction.
League of Legends DFS Basics
Since LEC contests are being offered on both FanDuel and DraftKings, it’s important to note some pricing discrepancies from site to site, but the roster slots, scoring, and roster construction rules are almost entirely identical with the only exception being that FanDuel forces you to roster at least one player (or team slot) from a third team, while you can play only two teams among your seven roster slots on DraftKings.
- Once a match starts, anything can happen. Usually, the better teams are very consistent. Be sure to check the player pool carefully and try to craft a roster of players who have been playing recently or do not have listed backups.
- Stacking in LoL DFS lineups is paramount. 4-3 stacks are the order of the day (on DraftKings) with 3-3-1 or 4-2-1 are becoming more popular (and necessary on FanDuel) as people try to differentiate their lineups in these suddenly large-field GPPs.
- In LoL DFS, it is very important to focus on players from winning teams. Think in terms of baseball, one side of the matchup is like a pitcher and the other side the batter. This means there is a very negative correlation between teams in the same match. Players score by accumulating kills, which costs the other…
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