How to up your game in League Of Legends
Regardless of League Of Legends being just an online game where the most important thing is to have fun while doing it, most people don’t like being bad at anything. This is completely acceptable and understandable. There is no reason you should be bad at something if you can, in fact, improve it. So we will be sharing some tips to help you improve a bit.
Don’t be Nasty or Toxic
We all know that life can be hard sometimes and you play video games to release this stress you are experiencing from your life, but being toxic and flaming your teammates for every single mistake won’t help you take off your stress.
It will certainly block your path towards improvement in the game as you will be blaming them for everything, instead of trying to see what went wrong so you can fix it.
Play a lot
One of the mistakes people often do when trying to improve at anything is that they expect to improve without putting time and effort into that thing. You can’t expect to be buffed if you go to the gym once a week. Y
ou will definitely see some improvement but it won’t be the result you really want. The same applies to League.
Apply Thought Process
Playing for the sake of playing will not really get you anywhere. You will just be full autopilot mode and you will not recognize your mistakes nor fix them.
You will only get bad habits from doing that.
To apply thought process in games you need to eliminate all the distractions, try your best to focus on the games and even try mindfulness meditation, it is really helpful.
Watch a lot of Pro Players
Even though playing and applying thought process to your games will help you dramatically upping your game, that is not enough. You will always need to watch someone that is professional and far more skilled than you are playing the game, because most of the time they will be able to understand, realize and process a lot of things that you simply don’t know do exist in the game.
It’s also the best thing to keep track on the meta and the best champions to play in the game right now.
Play with someone that is better than you
Recently, FC Schalke 04 Esports’ star mid-laner Felix “Abbedagge” Braun who is considered to be one of the best mid laners in Europe this split came out and talked about his journey and experience throughout his entire esports career in his latest post on The Players Lobby.
One thing that caught our mind is that he was seen as a subpar mid laner, he was never regarded as the best but not the worst either.
Ever since Trick joined the team alongside him, that started to change. He showed an amazing performance throughout the entire split and now he and his team are ranked at the fourth place in the LEC which is an achievement in itself considering the gurus and the prodigies that are in the League Of Legends European Championship at the moment.
He said how he wasn’t always confident about his plays and that made him stop going for flashy/risky plays. He just wanted to play it safe and couldn’t really demonstrate his ability nor his talent in the game.
If it works that way in the highest level of play of League Of Legends, especially considering that the LEC is being considered to be one of the strongest regions, if not the strongest by some people, wouldn’t it also work in the amateur/casual level?
Some online services such as Zaros Boosting offer their customers the ability to play with a professional, talented and highly ranked player in Duo Queue in your ranked games.
The community mistakes Duo Q boosting with the normal ELO Boosting, however it has been confirmed multiple times that Duo Q boosting is totally fine and accepted by Riot Games, as the only unethical thing about ELO boosting is handing over your account to someone else, which will not be the case in your Duo Q Boosting.
Improving in League Of Legends isn’t easy and you need to put a serious amount of effort into it, there is no one single way of doing that, so you will need to combine the multiple ways available to be able to achieve the best results.