Is LoL's Baron stronger than Dota's Roshan?
What does it really take to be a winner in DoTA or League of Legends?
These graphs from the data science team at Bayes reveal some pretty interesting findings.
Who would have guessed that inhibitors/barracks were so key to securing victory?
You can also see that Baron in League appears to be more valuable to the win than Roshan in DoTA.
In both cases, kills seem to be the strongest indicator of a potential victory.
Findings are based on more than 2000 recent professional matches from Dota2 and LoL.
Anything here that you found particularly surprising?
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