Moose breaks down DraftKings League of Legends LPL-LCK – March 28 – 2:00 AM PST
Teams to Target
When playing a DraftKings League of Legends tournament, it is important to team stack and focus on narrowing down the teams that will provide the best chance of winning. Total score is determined by kills, assists and overall player performance in each LoL game that happens on the rift, but the goal is always to aim and stack winning teams for the easiest chance at taking down cash games and GPP tournaments. We take a closer look at what teams might be able to provide us an edge.
This is the easiest cash slate you will see in a long time, and that is a bad thing. People will be able to beat us with very easy plays and not having to take risks.
LGD $5,400 TEAM
I could face V5 at this point and have a chance.
IG $6,000 TEAM
Just not going to have an issue with Suning. Player’s too expensive.
DragonX $5,800 TEAM
Even when they lose, they score.
GEN.G $5,200 TEAM
Great matchup and value for the best team in the LCK. Matchup against Afreeca will be easy.
WE $5,000 TEAM
Big upside playing a bad team.
Players to Target
Player knowledge is just as important as team knowledge. Knowing where a player can shine in a line is what separates the people who cash GPPs regularly and those who fall off.
Kramer (LGD) $8,200
He’s going to eat against V5, and he’s my favorite play. I’d also look at Deft and Ruler.
Teacherma (WE) $7,400
This kid is freaking good at the game, and his potential is sky-high.
TheShy (IG) $7,400
Best top laner in the game. Expensive, for a reason.
Pyosik (DRX) $6,000 JNG
Lock in Pyosik and forget about Griffin having a chance.
Life (GEN) $5,200
Too cheap for his own good; a great support.
Sample Cash Lineup
Please lord KT, do not sub any of these beautiful people in my cash lineup out. Sohwan is terrible, but Ray is worse. We found value with Sohwan, Tusin and Sandbox.
GPPs tonight are the bread and butter of picking an upset and stacking with a big dawg that won’t be high owned like Invictus Gaming. Tough slate because it’s easy to mash anything.