With 100 million users playing every month, League of Legends is the largest game there is in 2018. An ever-growing pool of champions to play, items to be purchased and strategies to be used leads to a huge amount of information that players are seeking out.
The details some of these websites go into is insane, allowing for comparisons vs other players, medal stats, life-time stats and win rate trend graphs.
I have written about the five best apps, tools and websites that I personally found useful during throughout my League of Legends games and afterwards when reviewing my plays. However, there are many more that will be useful you to individually.
Analyse your performance stats, review the leaderboard and see complete Champion analytics and build guides all in one place.
Also found on Op.gg is some brilliant match replays allowing you to watch and learn from some of the best players in the world. With stats pulled in from BEST.gg, this is one of the best websites when it comes to League of Legends.
LOLSumo (iOS / Android)
By developers Dojo Madness (the same behind the amazing Oversumo), LOLSumo is a app that allows you to plug in your summoner name and see live what your stats are. It is known as your own personal ?real-time coach?.
LOLSumo is available on both Android and iOS:
- Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dojomadness.lolsumo
- iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/de/app/lolsumo/id986309354
Lolclass ? www.lolclass.gg
A really useful website for beginners and experienced players alike, the top champions per position on the front page of LOLclass is extremely helpful for beginners as they can see straight away who they should be focusing their time on based on popularity in the current meta. It could also show more experienced players which champions they can take advantage of if they are not being played as much.
LOLclass also has a good number of guides and blogs to help players learn about their favourite champions.
The detail you get per champion is incredible, and proves to be forever useful to those exploring new positions, new tactics or new champions.
Mobalytics ? mobalytics.gg
Mobalytics wants to be the personal trainer of all gamers, with their ?GPI,? or ?Gamer Performance Index?, I?m pretty sure they could achieve it. The platform is on an access early basis right now, but if you get in you?ll find an almost unlimited amount of stats.
With millions in funding, I would keep an eye on Mobalytics becoming the biggest platform for your League of Legends stats.
Mobafire ? www.mobafire.com
Strategy builds are what Mobafire is known for, and it is completely full of them.
One of the most useful parts of the website is Counterstats, where they show how well a character plays against another. This is incredibly useful for those getting to know the game, and with 138 characters in the pool? it gets a bit confusing.
Some others I may of missed:
A League of Legends analyst tool currently in Beta, it?ll show your gold breakdown, how long it took you to reach key metrics and comparisons to the other plays in your game. It also compares your statistics to some of the best LoL players there are ? which is really interesting (and cool!).
Worth checking out to see if it shows you anything useful the others missed out! You can never have too many stats ?
Bonus round: The Rift Herald ? www.riftherald.com
A League of Legends sister-site from Polygon, The Rift Herald is the perfect destination for news, patch updates and esport information ?.
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Written by Mark Longhurst.