The best comps from the TFT Innovation Cup
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The best comps from the TFT Innovation Cup

Innovators run wild in the last Cup before NA Regional Finals
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The Innovation Cup, the last major event before the TFT Gizmos and Gadgets North American Regional Finals, lived up to its name in more ways than one. Not only did players use many different, innovative compositions, there were many Innovator comps made by players, as well.

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Here are the best comps from the finals of the TFT Innovation Cup.

Milala’s Innovators

Senna is the main carry here. Morgana is the main tank. Provided by Warren Younger/lolchess.gg team builder.

The first of many Innovator comps that appeared in the Innovation Cup finals. Milala’s take on the trait focused on a three-star Senna as the comp’s main damage carry. With this particular build, they ran over the lobby.

Guubums’ Innovators

This version of Innovators has no main tank. Instead it has two carries in Jinx and Irelia. Provided by Warren Younger/lolchess.gg team builder.

For Game 2, Andrew “Guubums” Cheung also piloted an Innovator comp to victory. This time around, the Innovator comp that won utilized a dual carry of Irelia and Jinx to get the job done. Notice that Irelia has an Assassin emblem, making her a potent backline threat.

Guubums’ Debonair Draven

This comp utilizes Leona as the main tank. Draven is the main carry. Provided by Warren Younger/lolchess.gg team builder.

Game 3 of the Innovation Cup finally saw the winner pilot something other than Innovators. This comp was heavily influenced by augment choices, with Very VIP as well as Debonair heart, which allowed him to get to the seven Debonair interval. Draven ended up as his carry of choice, who was unkillable thanks to the Very VIP augment (which gave him extra HP when his Debonair allies died).

Pawnup’s Innovators

Jhin is the main carry in this Innovator comp. Vi is the main tank. Provided by Warren Younger/lolchess.gg team builder.

Game 4 saw an immediate return to Innovators, but at least it was the third different variation of the comp in the three games it won. This iteration utilized the traditional carry the comp has had since the beginning of Set 6: Jhin.

Tricked’s Syndicate Ashe

TFT Innovation Cup Game 5
Ashe is the main carry in this Syndicate comp. Morgana is the main tank. Provided by Warren Younger/lolchess.gg team builder.

Syndicate Ashe won Game 5, and she has been one of the new best performers on the current TFT 12.5 patch. Tricked utilized the Sniper’s Nest augment in a unique way by placing Ashe one row in front of Jhin, making sure opponents couldn’t cheese Ashe with cheap crowd control. The double Shroud of Stillness also came in clutch for Tricked this game.

Inikoiniko’s Renata Bruisers

TFT Innovation Cup Game 6
Renata Glasc and Viktor act as the carries while the plethora of front line champions act as the tanks. Provided by Warren Younger/lolchess.gg team builder.

With his back against the wall, Inikoiniko needed to pull out a win in Game 6 to qualify for the NA Regional Finals. With a chance to hit the Mercenary three trait on 2-1, Inikoiniko put his tournament life on the line when he rolled down all of his gold in order to find it. When he did he managed to get a good cash out, this propelled him to a first-place with a Renata Glasc Brusier composition. With so many five-cost champions and a fully loaded Renata Glasc, no one could kill Inikoiniko in the late game. As a result, he is headed to the NA Regional Finals.

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