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Worlds continues on Tuesday with several new match-ups: the eyes are on ADCs and Top laners on Tuesday, which makes it easy since ADCs are naturally disposed to picking up the lion’s share of kills, whereas top laners tend to miss out on big kill scores.
PrizePicks Prop Selections
Rogue v Damwon KIA
Odoamne (RGE) - Projected Kills: 1.5 - UNDER
Rogue top laner Odoamne had a decent game against Fudge, although beating NA is nothing new for European squads. His next opponent in Khan has actually looked really strong after an underwhelming period in the LCK, and since I don’t foresee a majority of action unfolding on the top side of the rift (both Rogue and DK aren’t known for extremely fast games) I think this match will be a slow, quiet defeat for Rogue as DK’s laners simply work their magic and outlane their counterparts.
Royal Never Give Up v Fnatic
GALA (RNG) - Projected Kills: 4.5 - OVER
RNG ADC Gala is already a blood thirsty player and typically leads the standings as far as kills go, and against a newbie substitute on the rift like Fnatic’s Bean, who was an emergency substitute for starter Upset, unfortunately, Gala is likely to dominate the bottom lane alongside superstar support Ming. 5 kills isn’t a tall task for a relatively aggressive team like RNG.
PSG Talon v Hanwha Life Esports
Deft (HLE) - Projected Kills: 3.5 - OVER
Deft has been on a tear through the LCK following his postseason resurgence, and he continued that dominance onto the international stage across play-ins, and his game 1 against Fnatic on Monday too. Truthfully, HLE look like a “complete” team (aside maybe from Morgan) and actually do feel like an international caliber squad. Unified and Kaiwing are a good bottom lane, but PSG’s overall weaker pieces are likely to get outmatched by HLE, and it will be Deft and Chovy picking up the majority of the kills.