Christian V. December 25, 2020
The 2020 season of League of Legends has been one of the most competitive in years, with several players fighting their way up through the ranks and improving immensely.
Despite playing in an online format for most of the year, 2020 has been great for competitive League of Legends. A lot of new players have proved themselves on the biggest stage, with everything culminating at the 2020 World Championship in October. While many veterans have retired during the recent offseason, several players and new storylines are ready to take over in 2021.
Here are some of the most improved players throughout the year, who have all gone through big growth in the 2020 season.
After joining Fnatic for the 2020 season, jungler Oskar “Selfmade” Boderek has gone through impressive improvements under one of the biggest organizations in esports. The biggest worry from fans was if Selfmade could fill the shoes of former jungler Mads “Broxah” Brock-Pedersen, but the Polish jungler has proved all critics wrong.
Everyone knew that Selfmade was a talented individual after his performances on SK Gaming in 2019. The big worry was if the step from SK Gaming to Fnatic would be too big, but Selfmade quickly got used to being in the spotlight on one of the best teams in the LEC. Even though Selfmade and Fnatic didn’t manage to win a LEC trophy in 2020, they qualified for the 2020 World Championship and did very well.
What role does Selfmade play?
At Worlds, Selfmade was the shining light of Fnatic and one of the big reasons why Fnatic made it to the quarterfinals and almost beat Top Esports. Even at his first international event, Selfmade played with confidence and excelled in the carry jungle meta. His performance at Worlds was clear proof of how much Selfmade has improved throughout the season, while still having plenty of room to grow. The 21-year-old jungler still has a lot of potential to develop further as a player and Fnatic seems like the perfect place for that.
In 2021, Selfmade will have even more responsibility on his shoulders after veteran bot laner Martin “Rekkles” Larsson left the team to play for G2 Esports. Selfmade will now look to be the primary carry of the team and will continue to look for his first domestic trophy.
Who is Ghost in LoL?
Even though DAMWON bot laner Jang “Ghost” Yong-jun is now a world champion, he is still an underrated player who stands in the shadow of his star-player teammates. Ghost joined DAMWON at the start of 2020 to replace Shin “Nuclear” Jeong-hyeon and since then the team has skyrocketed in performance.
Ghost and the rest of DAMWON had a solid showing in the 2020 LCK Spring Split, but it wasn’t before summer that the team popped off. After winning the LCK title without much trouble, DAMWON went to Worlds where they secured the Summoner’s Cup…
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