2023 LoL Worlds Final Players – Key Stats

Published: Nov 18, 2023

As the grand finale of the League of Legends World Championship unfolds, we’re here to witness the convergence of individual stories, dreams and talents. In this article, we’re zooming in on the human element – a journey into the brilliance of each player from Weibo Gaming and T1.

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TheShy – Weibo Gaming Top Laner

LoL Worlds 2023: Players & Key Stats
Image Credit: Weibo Gaming via X (@WeiboGamingLoL)

Kang “TheShy” Seung-lok stands as a colossus in the top lane for one of the top LoL Worlds qualified teams. Representing Weibo Gaming, his journey to the pinnacle of LoL esports is a blend of raw talent, strategic mastery, and a fearless approach to gameplay. Here are some of his key stats in this tournament:

  • Ahead in CS at 15 min: 81.3% of the time, showcasing his lane control.
  • XP Differential at 15 min: +640, showing his lead in lane experience.
  • Damage Per Minute: A high 637.1, indicating his aggressiveness and impact in fights.
  • Solo Kills: 7, highlighting his ability to outplay opponents in one-on-one situations.

WeiWei – Weibo Gaming Jungler

LoL Worlds 2023: Players & Key Stats
Image Credit: Weibo Gaming via X (@WeiboGamingLoL)

Wei “Weiwei” Bo-Han, the jungler for Weibo Gaming, has shown a remarkable level of performance in the League of Legends World Championship, as evident from his statistics.

His understanding on how to support the team despite being behind is astonishing and earns a spot on our LoL Worlds Power Rankings. Let’s break down these numbers to understand his impact on the team and how he might influence the finals.

  • First Blood Participation: Impressive at 43.8%, indicating his involvement in early aggressive plays.
  • Gold Differential at 15 min: -245, indicating a slight early game economic disadvantage.
  • XP Differential at 15 min: -272, slightly trailing in early game experience.
  • CS Differential at 15 min: -6.9, suggesting he is often slightly behind in early game farm.

XiaoHu – Weibo Gaming Mid Laner

LoL Worlds 2023: Players & Key Stats
Image Credit: Weibo Gaming via X (@WeiboGamingLoL)

Li “Xiaohu” Yuan-Hao has one enemy and his name is the Unkillable Demon King. XiaoHu and Faker are the second pair of players ever to meet in the LoL Worlds Groups, Quarters, Semis, and now the Finals. This feat echoes the legacy of Uzi and Faker, with the legacy coming into play yet again.

Past Encounters:

  • 2016 Worlds Quarters: Faker triumphed with a 3:1 win.
  • 2017 Worlds Semis: Another win for Faker, 3:2, marked by the famous Galio incident.
  • 2019 Worlds Groups: Faker won 2:0, with RNG failing to advance out of the groups.
  • 2022 Worlds Quarters: A decisive 3:0 victory for Faker.

With these stats in mind, let’s take a look at how XiaoHu improved his game during this world tournament:

  • Ahead in CS at 15 min: 68.8% of the time, showcasing his dominance in lane.
  • Neeko: 100% win rate over 4 games.
  • Damage Per Minute: High at 601.8, indicating his significant impact in fights.
  • Highest CSM: Azir with 10.9 CSM against NRG.

Zeus – T1 Top Laner

LoL Worlds 2023: Players & Key Stats
Image Credit: Riot via X (@LoLEsports)

Choi “Zeus” Woo-je, the top laner for T1, has established himself as a formidable presence in the League of Legends World Championship. His impressive stats not only reflect his individual skill and dominance in his role but also hint at the significant impact he could have in the finals.

  • Jayce: 100% win rate over 2 games.
  • Aatrox: Played 6 times with a 66.7% win rate.
  • First Blood Participation: 25%, with an 8.3% chance of being the First Blood victim.
  • Kill Participation: 47.3%, indicating a substantial involvement in team engagements.

Gumayusi – T1 Bot Laner

LoL Worlds 2023: Players & Key Stats
Image Credit: T1 via X (@T1LoL)

Lee “Gumayusi” Min-hyeong‘s stats paint him as a formidable ADC who brings both consistency and the potential for explosive plays. His performance, particularly in terms of farming efficiency and early game leads, will be crucial in setting the pace for T1 in the finals. With his impressive damage output and significant contribution to team fights, Gumayusi is undoubtedly a key player to watch in the upcoming showdown.

  • Varus, Ashe, Xayah, Senna, Jinx, Nilah, Jhin, Kalista: Each champion played shows varied win rates and KDAs, showcasing his adaptability and versatility in the ADC role.
  • Vision Score Per Minute: 1.64, showing his contribution to team vision.
  • Best KDA: Jinx with 11/0/3 against BLG.
  • Kill Participation: 65.5%, showing his active involvement in team engagements.

Faker – T1 Mid Laner

LoL Worlds 2023: Players & Key Stats
Image Credit: T1 via X (@T1LoL)

Faker, the legendary mid-laner for T1, continues to be a pivotal figure in the League of Legends World Championship. His stats not only reflect his enduring status as one of the best players in the world but also underscore the crucial role he will play in T1’s quest for glory in the finals to become LoL Worlds winners.

  • Orianna and Azir: Both played 5 times with an 80% win rate.
  • Kill Participation: 64.8%, showing his active involvement in team skirmishes and fights.
  • Best KDA: Orianna with 6/0/13 against JD Gaming.
  • Sylas: Played twice with a 100% win rate.

Keria – T1 Support

LoL Worlds 2023: Players & Key Stats
Image Credit: T1 via X (@T1LoL)

In Worlds 2022, following a narrow 2-3 defeat to DRX, an unforgettable moment unfolded as Ryu “Keria” Min-seok‘s hands trembled, a reflection of his struggle to come to terms with the loss. Such is the often harsh reality of competitive sports: you give your all, and you come agonizingly close, only to fall short while your opponent stands in victory. However, Keria has returned to the finals stage, fueled by a desire for vengeance and redemption. Let’s take a look at his most notable stats in this tournament:

  • Renata Glasc, Bard, Tahm Kench, Ashe: Each with significant success rates, showcasing his adaptability in various support roles.
  • Vision Score Per Minute: 3.72, high
  • Kill Participation: An impressive 72.9%, signifying his active role in team engagements highlighting his substantial contribution to team vision.
  • KDA: A high 7.3, demonstrating his skill in balancing assists with minimal deaths.

Stats from Gol.GG. 


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Jasper Wu

Since: May 10, 2023

Jasper Wu is an EsportsBets League of Legends contributor. Jasper's fervor for League esports was kindled at the unforgettable LCS Finals in Vancouver, where he found himself immersed in an electrifying atmosphere alongside fellow enthusiasts. This transformative experience inspired him to delve further into the competitive realm, fueling his desire to share his profound passion for the game with a broader audience.

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