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Seizing the Reins: How the Worlds Quarterfinalists Control the Map

To win games, it’s vitally important to control the neutral parts of the map. There’s no single number that measures “map control”, but we can paint a pretty solid picture by looking at four different components:

  • Dragon control
  • Baron control
  • Jungle control
  • Vision control

Each of the four components is presented below for the eight teams that made it into the World Championships Quarterfinals. We’ll look at how well they controlled the map in their domestic play* during the Summer, and how well they have transitioned that into their Worlds group stage performances. Continue reading Seizing the Reins: How the Worlds Quarterfinalists Control the Map