LoL DFS Picks, Projections, Stacks & Quick Hits for DraftKings League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational Lineups Day 4
Welcome to Day 4 of the League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational. After a few days of completing the first set of round robins, MSI kicks off the next half of group stage by having groups finish their games on the same day. This will make LoL DFS a little bit different as now we’re trying to find the teams who do well over multiple games. Group A is our three-team group, and I’m giving a quick rundown of their chances and providing picks for DraftKings LoL DFS.
LoL DFS Picks: DraftKings Mid Season Invitational Quick Hits
Royal Never Give Up
I wish there were more to say about RNG, however there really isn’t. 8-0 is essentially a lock, and through the first four games, they’re averaging 21 kills per contest. Their games are quick, and fast, but RNG is still putting up incredible LoL DFS scores. Any lineup without RNG in it is almost certainly trolling on this slate, and for me it all comes down to figuring out who I want to be massively over on, with Wei currently taking that spot.
Unicorns of Love
Coming into MSI if you told me UOL would be at the bottom in kills per game it would’ve been surprising. This is the world we live in, where UOL sits just behind fellow group member PGG at the bottom of the kill table. Hilariously enough, one of these two teams will be necessary for LoL DFS on this slate, and even with the hiccups, UOL remains a pretty clear favorite for me. Don’t expect much of a challenge to RNG, but a 2-0 over PGG is a solid possibility. Nomanz is outputting damage, but only has a 45.8% kill participation (KP). He’ll likely need to be more active for UOL, which makes him a solid LoL DFS option from UOL.
It’s a rough world for a league that ceased to be, only to reappear after most of the upper tier talent found a home somewhere in North America. Not everything is doom and gloom though, as PGG successfully took down UOL which brought both teams records to 1-3. Since this is a group with only three teams, and two advance to the next round, PGG has a shot to overachieve at MSI. Praedyth had a monster game against UOL last time out, and if PGG is to advance, he’s probably going to be a big influence.
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Favorite LoL DFS pick on the slate:
JNG-Wei. Team leader in damage share and KP, Wei is affordable to likely find his way into almost every lineup I play on this slate.
Favorite contrarian LoL DFS pick on the slate:
ADC-Lodik. Lodik is expensive, and probably going to be the most difficult UOL player to slam into lineups with RNG. For this reason, I’m going to take the extra step and hope for a bounceback set of games from an underperforming ADC.