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LoL DFS Picks: League of Legends EU Masters DraftKings Quick Hits | Wednesday, 4/21




DraftKings LoL DFS Picks League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational Day 4 Sunday May 9

Three games remains a trickier task for an often wild League of Legends EU Masters, but I’m doing a quick hit breakdown of all the teams in Group A for day six, as well as some of my favorite DraftKings LoL DFS picks.


LoL DFS Picks: DraftKings EU Masters Quick Hits


Even though BIG leads the EU Masters in kills per game, they’re also at an early game gold deficit more often than not through three games. I’m still a firm believer in this team at least going 2-1 as the talent on the roster is still very strong, making them an ever attractive LoL DFS option. Oddly enough top laner SLT not only leads the team in kill participation (KP,) but also sports an incredibly high 30.8% damage share, which can certainly be attributed to the champions he’s played up to this point. If he’s still given high damage champions, it makes for probably the most intriguing top lane LoL DFS option.


Probably the most disappointing team through the first round robin, K1 still shows signs of being a team capable of winning two games in this set of games, even though they really need a 3-0. Most of their issues seem to stem from small sloppy mistakes which snowball into losses. LoL DFS players might be cautious in rostering the team that’s died the most through three games, but typically it’s because they’re not lying down, as shown by a relatively high kill per game total for a 0-3 team. My preference is that K1 is relatively unpopular for this slate, allowing me to get over on Puki Style especially.

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If I gave you one guess as to who follows MSFP with the second biggest gold advantage at 15 minutes, I’m not sure many would come up with the answer MKS, as I certainly wouldn’t have. Facts are facts though, and MKS is often in an extremely advantageous position early game, allowing them to successfully convert it into victories outside of the BIG loss. Talent wise, I like K1 more, but MKS is likely a safer League of Legends DFS option, and while usually their lack of action in relation to others in the group could be an issue, that matters less when it’s only your group playing. Zwyroo is playing very well up to this point, and he’s my favorite LoL DFS option from MKS.


Not so secretly I’m kind of a fan of the wild team from Cyprus. When they’ve lost, they lose quickly, and their sole victory took a little bit longer than it should have. Regardless, ANO is unafraid of bringing the action, often through individual out plays involving J0J0C who leads the team in KP. Dom1nant is the player to watch out for me though, as in the game he popped off, they won, so any success ANO has makes him a peculiar LoL DFS option.

Favorite DraftKings Pick

ADC-Keduii. Unsurprisingly my favorite option is the ADC from the team I believe will go at least 2-1 today. He hasn’t been super explosive up to this point, nonetheless I like him quite a bit for this three game slate.

Favorite Contrarian DraftKings Pick

JNG-Bruness. Bruness hasn’t really find much in terms of success, and if K1 wants any shot of sniffing advancement, he needs to be much better than his first three games.

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I've been following and playing League of Legends for a decade now. Few things get my blood pumping more than a good ol' midnight LPL DFS sweat. I follow each of the four major regions of LoL in the LCK,LCS,LEC and LPL and each one has its own unique flair. Hopefully we can all learn a little bit about LoL DFS and best of luck in your contests! If you want additional fun stuff feel free to follow me @pickemgenius on twitter.

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