Europe's top-ranked player in LoL Season 10 is a Janna one-trick
The 2020 ranked season is officially over and on the EU West server, a Janna one-trick has officially gone down as the top-ranked player of season 10.
The race for the top spot on the EUW server is always competitive and full of action when the season is coming to an end. This year, a Danish solo queue prodigy came out on top by only playing Janna. The account “HAHHAHAHAHAHXDDD” managed to reach the number-one spot on the server with a total of 1533 LP.
Congratulations to the Season 2020 EU West SoloQ Top 10!— LOLPros.GG (@LOLProsGG) November 9, 2020
1) 🇩🇰 AP0CALYPSE
2) 🇩🇪 @lolFl4mer
3) 🇩🇪 @Agurinlol
4) 🇩🇪 @Diplexlol
5) 🇩🇪 @Beaneuw
6) 🇬🇷 @Labrov12
7) 🇫🇮 @WhiteKnight108
8) 🇩🇪 @EnvyCarry
9) 🇳🇱 @KireiLoL
10) 🇩🇪 @S04Abbedagge
The name probably doesn’t ring a bell, as the player behind the account is not a known professional player. Instead, they seem to be a casual player that mastered Janna throughout the season to great effect. His real gaming alias is AP0CALYPSE and it’s a name players might want to familiarize themselves with.
Reaching rank one only on Janna is impressive on its own, but the stats speak for themselves. AP0CALYPSE has played a total of 432 games on the account through season 10, with 270 of them being wins. The player had a 63% win rate, with a 4.46 KDA according to OP.gg.
German players rank high as season 10 ends
Right behind AP0CALYPSE is a list of German players who managed to stay on top of the EUW solo queue ladder. In second place is German top laner Julien “Fl4mer” Berchuck, who is currently playing for the German team PENTA 1860.
Going further down the top 10 is three players from the German Prime League in Unicorns of Love’s jungler Muhammed “Agurin” Kocak, OP innogy mid laner Dimitri “Diplex” Ponomarev, and BIG’s bot laner Louis “Bean” Schmitz. The players from the Prime League have seemingly been grinding while most other professional players are on break or attended the 2020 World Championship.
The highest-ranked LEC player is Vitality’s support Labros “Labrov” Papoutsakis, who is the sixth highest-ranked player on EUW. He ended the season with 1181 LP and a 58% win rate with various champions played.
While the ranked queue enters the preseason, players will have time to adjust to the preseason patch that will go live on November 11.
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