Reigning Coach of the Split Bencel is with us again to break down who was the best player for each of our OPL teams in Week Five. Check out who put in the best performance for your team below! This week, teams that have played two matches will have two MVP’s listed!
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Players to watch in the last leg before Playoffs
Mimic has been extremely inconsistent from his first weeks in the OPL to now. However we have seen marked improvement in his Teleport play and team play overall. Whether he can continue this upward trend will be crucial to his team’s performance going into playoffs.
This is another player who has been up and down in his performances. He has performed far better on carry junglers in recent times. It will be interesting to see if teams start to target him (really for the first time) while the rest of his team is doing so well.
Started the season very weak but is only just now starting to put his laning phase and team play together. Unfortunately it’s just at a point where AV are starting to look lackluster in their early games. Early in the season we could point to Frae as the weak link for AV in the laning phase, but arguably that has been flipped on it’s head in recent weeks. Will Frae be the one to turn around AV’s fortune before playoffs?
Some games Raes has looked like the best player in the league. He can have the best positioning and deal the most damage almost no matter the state of the game. But at other times Raes can be prone to some really poor decision making. If he can resist these rushes of blood and rely more on his exceptional team fighting, then Chiefs will be hard to beat.
Rogue has been a quiet achiever for Order this split. In a meta where supports mainly aren’t relied upon to do anything flashy for their team, he has been super consistent. Riot are making hefty changes all the time and if Rogue can be unlocked then Order’s bot lane may take over games even more than they already are.