3 Ways to Improve in LoL Teamfight Tactics
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3 Ways to Improve in LoL Teamfight Tactics

BY JASON MONROE: League Of Legends’ Teamfight Tactics is tough.  Fortunately, I’m not completely terrible at it.  Okay, so that’s not a glowing endorsement, but seriously, I used to get wiped out each and every time and after spending hours watching YouTube videos and Reddit (k, mostly looking at memes), I’ve managed to put together these 3 tips to help you.  Who needs an LoL boost, eh?

Here are my top 3 tips:

1. Mix it up

Forget trying to master one champion – unless you use a seriously obscure one and the RNG Gods are on your side, chances are that you won’t be able to get your champion of choice in every game.

Build a balanced team using the five champions you can purchase each round.  You’ll expand your win conditions and have a much higher chance of winning.

2. Level up

Three-star champions have a stupid amount of health and damage, plus fully upgraded ability. As a rule, buy three of the same champion whenever you see them in your store.

3 Ways to Improve in LoL Teamfight Tactics

Combining three of the same champion gets a two-star copy of that champion, while, combining three two-star champs will reward you with an even more powerful three-star version.  Three-star units significantly increase your chances of getting a dominant victory.

3. Look for synergies

League of Legends is known for its fast fights and incredible plays.  Teamfight Tactics relies more heavily on skill and in-game knowledge, with synergies playing a key role.

For example, a Noble and Glacial team can wreak havoc, relying on a strong late game noble synergy, with lots of CC. You can use Kayle, Leona, Garen, Vayne, Ashe, Sejuani, Lucian and/or Fiora.

Do YOU have any tips for LoL Teamfight Tactics?  Leave a comment, below!

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