G2 Esports Claims Controversial Unanimous All-Pro Team in LEC

G2 Esports Claims Controversial Unanimous All-Pro Team in LEC

7. March 2024 by Valentin Pasetti

G2 Esports has once again made headlines in the League of Legends European Championship (LEC) scene, with all five of its players unanimously voted as the best in their respective positions for the Winter Split. However, this decision has sparked controversy among LEC fans, who argue that other standout players were unjustly overlooked.

The All-Pro Team Tradition

Each year, the LEC recognizes outstanding individual performances by awarding players with All-Pro Team honors for their exceptional gameplay, skill level, and achievements throughout the split. These honors are divided into three categories for the Winter, Spring, and Summer splits.



The Controversial Winter Split All-Pro Team

In the Winter Split of 2024, G2 Esports dominated the All-Pro Team roster with BrokenBlade, Yike, Caps, Hans Sama, and Mikyx securing spots in their respective positions. While G2 Esports undeniably reigns as the top team in Europe, some fans have expressed dissatisfaction with the unanimous selection of its players.

Points of Contention

  • Jungle Controversy: Many fans argue that Razork of Fnatic deserved recognition as the best jungler in the LEC, citing his pivotal role in Fnatic’s success.
  • Support Dispute: While Mikyx’s exceptional performance is acknowledged, fans believe that Alvaro from MAD Lions KOI deserves consideration for his significant contributions.
  • Top Lane Debate: Irrelevant’s unexpected success in the top lane for SK Gaming has sparked debate over whether he deserved a spot on the All-Pro Team alongside BrokenBlade.

Transparency of the Voting Process

It’s important to note that the voting process for the All-Pro Team is transparent and involves input from a diverse panel, including players, content creators, commentators, and professional journalists. However, the final decisions are made by this jury, leading to the exclusion of fan opinions.


As the controversy surrounding the Winter Split All-Pro Team continues to stir debate within the LEC community, it’s clear that fans value transparency and inclusivity in the selection process.

Moving forward, LEC organizers may consider incorporating fan input or expanding the voting panel to ensure a fair representation of player achievements and contributions.

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