The 2021 LEC Summer Split All-Pro teams have been revealed and the first all-pro team is heavily dominated by G2 Esports and Rogue.
The three All-Pro teams have been decided by community votes this split, leaving popular players from both G2 and Rogue at the top. The votes are meant to be based on performance in the regular split, with G2 Esports having three players on the first All-Pro team while Rogue is represented by two players. On the second and third all-pro teams, players from Fnatic and MAD Lions are also represented. This split’s all-pro teams didn’t have any representation from Misfits Gaming who finished the regular split in fourth place.
For G2, it’s the mid and bot lanes that have been recognized in this vote while the top side of Rogue has been standing out with jungler Kacper “Inspired” Słoma and Andrei “Odoamne” Pascu racking up the most votes. This duo was a big part of why Rogue finished the regular split in first place with a 13-5 record.
Looking at the second All-Pro team, it’s Fnatic who is dominating with top laner Adam “Adam” Maanane and support Zdravets “Hylissang” Galabov being rewarded despite finishing the regular split in a fairly disappointing fifth place. In the third All-Pro team, the rest of Fnatic squad is represented while G2 top laner Martin “Wunder” Hansen and MAD Lions support Norman “Kaiser” Kaiser squeeze themselves in for a spot.
Here are the LEC summer all-pro teams
1st all-pro team:
2nd all-pro team:
3rd all-pro team:
Moving forward, the voting for the LEC All-Pro teams will change based on recent community feedback. For 2021, the LEC changed this vote to be community-based and this has seemed to not work out. It quickly became clear that pure community-based voting would make the award more of a popularity contest than it should be. This got the community to speak up and now it seems that the voting system will once again change.
According to the head of LoL esports in Europe Maximilian Peter Schmidt, the All-Pro voting had to stay fan-led for the summer split because of logistical reasons. With that said, the LEC has heard the community feedback and will make changes for the 2022 season to optimize the voting again.