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Only two players remain in the 2022 League of Legends World Championship, and both of them are on the same team and have double-digit KDAs: Gumayusi and Keria, a bot lane combination from T1, placed first and second, respectively, in the KDA category at Worlds’ main event.

According to League analytics website Oracle’s Elixir, through T1’s nine games at Worlds, Gumayusi leads all competitors with a KDA of 18.5, while Keria is directly behind him with a mark of 12.7.

Gumayusi’s unbelievable score of 55/6/56 throughout the course of nine combined games led to his 18.5 KDA. He needs three more kills to tie Gen.G mid laner Chovy for the most kills overall among all competitors in the tournament.

The fact that Gumayusi has played three less games than Chovy and averages 6.1 kills per game while Chovy averages only 4.8 may be even more amazing.

Keria’s excellent KDA as a support has primarily been the product of his collection of assists. Through nine games, the T1 support has accumulated 107 assists, but his death toll, at nine, likewise rests in the single digits. The only professionals who participated in the quarterfinals at Worlds with fewer than 10 total fatalities were Keria and Gumayusi.

The players with the next-highest KDAs who are still participating at Worlds, after T1’s bot lane combo, include some well-known names like Chovy, his teammate Peanut, and Edward Gaming AD carry Viper.

Mid lane Knight from Top Esports presently has the third-best KDA in the competition with a score of 8.4, however he was ousted from the competition last week.

On October 29 versus JDG, Gumayusi, Keria, and T1 will return to the Worlds stage.