Check out what teams are on top
The League of Legends 2022 Spring Split is in full effect as teams worldwide compete to be the winner of the League of Legends Championship series. This competitive League of Legends season is full of ups and downs as teams worldwide compete to be at the top.
To see how each team is fairing, power rankings are created; these power rankings show which teams are performing well and which teams need to step up their game. Tournaments and championships can affect League of Legends and LoL accounts. No doubt Riot Games are watching these matches, judging how well champions do and which ones are banned. Thus, tailoring the game to become more balanced. So be prepared to play face some more diverse champions on your League account.
Here are the latest global League of Legends power rankings. We will be starting with the tenth spot and working our way down. Let’s get started.
DRX is a South Korean professional esports organization. The team is currently competing in the League of Legends LCK bracket. DRX has been on a losing streak at the moment. Losing to Damwon, T1, and the LCK quarter-finals to Freecs. They had to drop down to number 10 on this list.
9. Weibo (SN Gaming)
Weibo is a Chinese professional League of Legends team currently competing in the LPL. Weibo is looking strong on the power rankings. However, they are coming off a loss from JD Gaming. They are still in a good spot for now, but they will need to pick up more wins if they want to stay in the top 10.
Fnatic is a professional esports organization that is based in the United Kingdom. The team is currently competing in the League of Legends European Championship (LEC). They beat G2 Esports 3-1 in a best of 5 series in the first round of the LEC playoffs. Getting a win this early is a strong showing for the UK-based team and puts them in a perfect spot.
7. Damwon Gaming
Damwon Gaming is a South Korean professional League of Legends team currently competing in the LCK. They are coming off a 3-0 win against Brion Blade in the quarter-finals, which puts them in a good spot for the power rankings. However, they are not safe yet as they could drop down if they start losing more matches. They have an upcoming game against Gen.G, one of the better-power-ranking teams.
6. Top Esports
Top Esports is a Chinese professional League of Legends team currently competing in the LPL. They are one of the stronger teams in LPL. They are coming off two very convincing wins against LGD Gaming and Rogue Warriors, placing them high on this list. Their next game is against Bilibili Gaming, who has just eliminated Rare Atom.
5. JD Gaming
JD Gaming is a Chinese professional League of Legends team currently competing in the LPL. They are now the second-best team in their region, right behind Victory Five. They are now on a six-win streak. In the last 6 of the best three series, JD Gaming hasn’t allowed their opponents to win a single match, even against Victory Five.
4. Royal Never Give Up (RNG)
RNG is a Chinese professional League of Legends team currently competing in the LPL. They are now the 2nd place team in LPL with a record of 11-4. The team has 33 points, but that is a tie with three other couples. However, they have the best record, ranking them higher.
GEN.G is a South Korean professional League of Legends team currently competing in the LCK. They are way ahead of the pack with a record of 15-3 and 45 points. The next team behind them is Damwon Gaming, with only 33 points. However, T1 holds the number 1 spot in LCK.
2. Victory Five
Victory Five is a Chinese professional League of Legends team that is currently competing in the LPL. They are now the top team in LPL Spring 2022 with 39 points and a 13-2 record. Victory Five is now on a winning streak, with their latest victory being against Rogue Warriors.
T1 is a South Korean professional League of Legends team that is currently competing in the LCK. They are now undefeated at this writing with a record of 18-0. This put a massive target on their back. Being undefeated motivates the other teams to try and topple you. This is why we gave T1 the top spot; it doesn’t look like they can be stopped at the moment.
Well, that’s all for now. These rankings can change each week. There are bound to be some upsets as leagues start their playoffs and teams are knocked out. But for now, T1 seems to be the top dog, but Gen.G is also looking good with a 15-3 record. Do you think Riot Game will buff or nerf some champions after this? If so, get ready to have a PBE account to test the changes beforehand.