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Going into the Knockout Stage the first two matches feature both NA teams, TSM and Cloud9, going against what most consider the two strongest teams in the tournament: Samsung White and Samsung Blue.
Through the Group Stage the Korean teams showed the world their superiority by getting first place in their groups. Even though SSB dropped a game against Fnatic, both teams outclassed their opponents in team-fighting, decision-making, composition variety, among other things.
But most importantly, we saw their incredible vision control that allowed them to dictate the pace of the games, giving them the confidence to execute map movements by having information advantage over the other team.
Among all the teams, the support role is the one that contributes the most to vision in the map. So I decided to look more closely at the support players of these teams to see how they stack up against one another. Average Placed Wards Average Placed Wards per game Wards Per Minute
[Before I start comparing the data, I want to comment on how difficult it is to take an average from the SSW games. The competition on Group A didn't take much from SSW, this often led to them randomly stop playing seriously and go on some minutes of "solo queue", just for having fun. I decided to take these less serious games out of the calculations, as I believe they do not reflect the true skill of Mata.
Right off the bat, we can see that Mata has an incredible amount of placed wards per game. With an average of 69.5 wards per game, he leads the group by a wide margin. However, not every game has the same duration, so a better estimation would be to calculate how many wards per minute (WPM) each player places.
Looking at the WPM graph, we can see that Mata still leads with an average of 1.78 WPM, with Heart following him at 1.29, Lustboy 1.21 and LemonNation 0.93.
It is as impressive as concerning that Mata is able to place almost twice the amount of wards that LemonNation places in an average game. Perhaps we can find an explanation to this by analyzing how much vision they contribute to their entire team. Warding contribution to their team
Even though there is some difference, we can see that every support takes a lead role in their team when warding. With an average between 37% and 53.50%, most of the vision comes from these players. However, while SSW and SSB rely heavily on their supports, Cloud9 takes a different approach and tries to distribute the task a little more between their players (Meteos plays a key role in here).
Another interesting information we can get from here is the importance that Lustboy has in TSM's vision, by providing 42.22% of the total wards, it resembles the Korean teams. And by placing almost the same amount of wards than Heart, we can surely see an improvement for TSM. Green Wards purchased Sightstone purchase time Ruby Sightstone upgrade time
It is interesting how western teams differ from korean teams when it comes to early game vision. While western teams often choose the complete their sightstone first, Korean teams postpone it for a few more minutes.
In exchange, korean teams prefer to buy green wards for the first 10 minutes
of the game (most of their purchased green wards are before that minute mark).
This allows them to control vision much better (with help of their jungler), and provides them with useful information from the enemy jungler pathing; often leading to securing objectives or taking better decisions thanks to the extra information that they have.
While this approach is mostly used by SSB and NWS (GorillA), Mata prefers to finish his Sightstone first and look into getting early Mobility Boots (should he be playing a play-making support), this allows him to have a greater presence on the map and make plays.
And even though all of them purchase a Sightstone, we can see that only 3 of them upgrade it to a Ruby Sightstone.
Mata and Heart often upgrade it after the 35 minute game, once other members of their teams can't contribute as much to warding due to item slots.
Lustboy on the other hand, tries to upgrade to a Ruby Sightstone around the 28 minute mark. While LemonNation never upgraded his, he often prefers to go with damage items (like Morellonomicon), as this allows him to deal higher damage during teamfights. What about pink wards and vision denial? Purchased Pink Wards Team Denied Vision Individual denied vision
Mata once again just outclasses everyone when it comes to buying pink wards. With an average of 14.5 pink wards per game, he almost doubles the amount that Lustboy and Heart buy on an average game. While LemonNation is pretty far behind, with an average of only 4 pink wards per game.
This leads SSW to have an impressive vision denial, clearing around 44.31% of their opponent's vision. SSB comes in a close second with 40.29%, and Cloud9 at a 38.41%. This is where TSM gets behind, at only 30.42% of vision denied.
This is also the area where LemonNation steps up a little bit, participating in 33% of his team's vision denial, with Mata and Heart following him with a close 30% and Lustboy with a 28.73%. Final Comments
Even though there are other factors that come into consideration when a team wins a game; vision control is one of the most important ones. As it allows teams to make better decisions by having more information.
Mata not only outclassed the other 3 in almost every single area of vision control, but this combined with his ability to create plays by roaming give SSW an incredible pressure in the map that other teams are unable to keep up with.
And while LemonNation prefers to itemize towards damage, placing less wards than other supports often leads his team to lose advantage during the early game.
Finally, Lustboy has been a great addition to TSM. He plays a main role when it comes to vision and he brings a Korean supporting style that gives his team another strength to work with.
Of course, in the end it is up to the team to use this vision effectively to make decisions. However, these stats show how much vision their supports bring to the team. Special Mention
Fnatic's YellOwStaR is just incredible.
The amount of wards that he places matches that of Mata, with an average of 1.78 WPM, and not only that, but he also contributes to 54.38% of Fnatic's total vision.
He also has the fastest Ruby Sightstone upgrade time, around 21:00 minute mark. Much earlier than the average that is around 30:00.
With this amount of vision, it isn't surprising that Fnatic was able to match SSB's pace and take a game off them.
Certainly he is one of the best supports of the west, when it comes to vision provided. Whether or not Fnatic is using this vision effectively is another story. EDIT:
I agree. I clarified that YellOwStaR is one of the best supports in the world when it comes to provided vision
. Of course, making plays, learning how to trade, among other things matter when it comes to considering the whole performance of a player. And it is ultimately up to the team how they use this provided vision.
Also, placing a lot of wards doesn't tell the whole story. It would be nice to get an insight on how effective those placed wards are when making decisions. However this is a much more complex analysis which I will leave to another time.
For now it is just about the amount of vision they bring to their team.
[Thank you for reading, hope you enjoyed it.
If you want to read on how korean teams use vision control to make decisions, you can check my other post here: C9 vs NWS game 2
The spreadsheet with all the data can be found here
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