League of Legends
Master Rank game data. No noobs allowed!
About This Data
This dataset contains information of over 100000 games played in the Masters rank. This information includes the match’s game id, duration, and both teams’ kills and objectives, such as first blood, first tower, first baron, total number of dragon kills, total wards placed and killed, total kills, assists, and deaths, total gold gained, and more. This dataset was collected from Kaggle and can be found here. The data can be used to visualize how games at high ranks play out and look at the many factors that could go into a team’s win or loss, like any correlation on which objective specifically helps a team win.
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The average time for a match is about 1132 seconds or around 24 minutes for a Master’s game. Typically, League matches last around 30-45 minutes, including normal and ranked games.
Of the top 25 longest games where blue won, 9 games consisted of where red team had more kills. This could have been due to a comeback by the blue team.
The teams that won generally had on average more minion kills and total gold.
League of Legends is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) released in 2009 by Riot Games but is still going strong with a dedicated fanbase and new players ever since the release of the animated series Arcane based on the lore of two of the playable characters in the game. In the game, two teams of five battle against each other playing as characters, known as champions, each with their own special ability sets and roles, and fight to be the first to destroy the other team's base, or nexus. The game includes a ranking system where players are placed into 9 different tiers to match players based on skill level.
The game has a large popularity in the esports world and individual players like Faker have become well known among League players as being the greatest of all time. Due to the large assortment of champions, skill sets, and objectives, there are many factors that go into a team winning in the end.