Fans of the Korean esports scene are about to find it significantly easier to find information about their favorite Korean League of Legends players. Earlier in the
The proposed database would be as comprehensive as possible. It wouldn't simply include data about the individual players, but also about their teams, the results of all professional games played, as well as the same general statistics that OP.GG provides already on its secondary site Best.gg. The database would serve as an official resource for Korean
In effect, the proposed database would serve as a repository for the credentials of every
According to the two parties, the partnership is intended to help teams create new strategies and coaching methods by making all relevant data easily accessible to teams. It would also help amateur talent rise to the top, as it would make it more apparent who is statistically overperforming both in solo queue and in the amateur leagues.
“It is very meaningful that we will be able to work with the association that has been working diligently to develop
This move cements OP.GG as the most important database fo League of Legends related information in the world. They are already widely used in order to track solo queue information in both Korea and in North America, but this announcement takes the entire operation to another level. Rather than simply serving as a resource for players and analysts, the new database will, effectively, serve as an archive of all Korean