League of Legends MVP Award Revealed

The League of Legends MVP trophy has undergone significant upgrades. The newly redesigned trophy is emblazoned with gold metal accents and a single shard of blue nexus crystal. Its aesthetics are reminiscent of the Summoner’s Cup and World Championship. It’s meant to symbolize the game’s best player for years to come.


The LCK Spring Split MVP award went to support player Keria. She guided T1 to an 18-0 split to take home the trophy. Her support role was crucial in helping the team break league records for kills and assists. In fact, four of the five starters from T1 were selected to the first All-LCK team.

Despite her young age, Keria has plenty of potential to make his League of Legends career even more successful. She has already won a domestic trophy and played at two World Championships. This season, she was one of the most efficient supports in the world, and she is expected to improve even more.

Tian “Rekkles” Larsson

The world series dominated by Rekkles has also impacted other players, including his team, Fnatic. While he missed the first two finals, he returned to lead the team to its second straight EU LCS championship. His team’s success has also pushed the team’s marksmen to new heights. Last year, he finished second at worlds, but the constantly shifting meta has forced him to play outside of his comfort zone. As a result, he played seven games of Karma this summer, winning six of them.

While Tian “Rekkles” Larsson has never been considered a “best player”, he is one of the most influential players in the league. He is also one of the most popular players in the world, with over five million active players. Larsson’s team has been considered the best in the world since Season II, when it dominated the Chinese scene. Similarly, they were unbeatable at IPL 5, where they swept the competition. However, with the rise of OMG, their dominance in the Chinese scene has come to an end.

Robert “Blaber” Huang

The League of Legends Mid-Season Showdown is set for Sunday, April 11, at 4 p.m. ET. The winner will earn a spot in the Mid-Season Invitational, where the top players will face off for the title of league of legends MVP. Blaber, who recently joined Cloud9 Academy as a substitute player, will represent NA in the final.

After winning MVP honors in the 2015 LCS Spring Split, Blaber has now won the award two more times. He is only the fourth player in LCS history to win MVP twice. The other three players were Immortals’ Kim Yeu-jin in the 2016 NA LCS Summer Split and Team Impulse’s Lee Yoon-jae in the 2015 NA LCS Spring Split. Blaber’s aggressive style has earned him praise from casters, though he has yet to win the honor on an international stage.

Cloud9’s Berserker

Cloud9’s Berserker is a top-tier mercenary, who has been playing the game for almost five years. He has received a lot of praise for his teamfighting skills, and has a general strength that allows him to outplay his opponents. He has also earned second-team All-Pro honors. However, Berserker has not been able to maintain his momentum in the last year, as he has been plagued by visa issues. This could be the wrinkle that finally brings Cloud9 back to the top of the leaderboards.

Cloud9’s Berserker is a great choice for a League of Legends MVP. He is powerful and versatile, and his ultimate has a huge impact on the game. He also has good mobility. In addition, he can carry a lot of damage.

Inspired’s Danny

Inspired’s Danny has won the League of Legends MVP award in a major upset. He beat out Cloud9 bot laner Kim “Berserker” Min-cheol and 100 Thieves’ top laner Kim “Ssumday” Chan-ho. Inspired has made great strides this split and have positioned themselves as one of the top contenders for 2022.

In his first full year in the LCS, Danny stood out. In the Summer Split, he earned a 7.5 KDA, just 0.1 point behind Team Liquid’s Vulcan and Bjergsen. Currently, Inspired is one of the best teams in the league. Inspired’s other stars include Vulkan and Jojopyun. However, Danny’s MVP campaign isn’t over yet.

Inspired won the LCS Summer Split MVP in his second season with the team. This season, Inspired reached the LCS finals for the first time in its history and will be attending the 2022 World Championship for the second time. Inspired is in great form and has already established himself as the top jungler in the LCS.