Best Three Rek’Sai Counters League of Legends

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Best Three Rek’Sai Counters League of Legends

Do you need help playing against Rek’Sai in League of Legends? Don't worry—here are the best champions to help you climb the LoL ladder.

Rek’Sai is an interesting champion in League of Legends. She hasn’t always featured heavily but is still a fun champion to play. That being said, patch 14.8 has seen her take her seat back at the head of the table. She is one of the strongest champions of the game and can still be played as a viable option in the Top Lane. The question is, how do you stop Rek’Sai in the jungle? Stay tuned to find out the three best Rek’Sai counters in League of Legends right now.

Best Rek’Sai Counters in LoL


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With Rek’Sai currently being one of the S tier junglers on 14.8, for now, we are going to focus on the jungle champions that can counter Rek’Sai. We will provide the best top lane counter below. Rammus is one of the better champions to match the speed of Rek’Sai in League of Legends. His jungle clear is fine, but he becomes extremely tanky early in the game. Thornmail is the bain of every ADC’s existence. He can build it early, and it is great for champions who have healing in their kit. Rammus has excellent movement speed with his Q, as he can zoom from one end of the jungle and into the entrance of the next.

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Vi is one of the best champions at getting round the map with ease, and is a great fighter into Rek’Sai. Her kit allows her to punch through her tackiness in the late game and can match the aggression in the early game, thanks to her Q, which allows her to go over walls. Vi’s clear is very strong and you should be able to get to objectives quicker than Rek’Sai can. Vi really has the choice of what objective she would like to pursue. On top of that, Vi can use her ultimate on Rek’Sai to counter her ultimate. This will give your targetted teammate enough time to get out of dodge.


Gragas, in the match-up against Rek’Sai, is the ultimate disruptor. Gragas will struggle in the one-versus-one battle against her, but that doesn’t mean Gragas will have a hard time playing against her. If you find yourself in an isolated battle with Rek’Sai, just be prepared to counter her dashes with your E. This will stop her from being able to knock you up. Rek’Sai relies on a lot of vision to play the lanes and gank them efficiently. Instead of trying to invade her, just make sure your lanes are set up with the best vision possible to avoid Rek’Sai getting any kills on your lanes.

Worst Champion To Pick Into Rek’Sai In League of Legends

Sejuani on patch 14.8 is statistically the worst champion to play against Rek’Sai according to Mobalytics. Rek’Sai players should be aggressive in this match up because she has great success against Sejuani at all stages of the game. This means you should be looking to counter jungle whenever possible. On top of that, Rek’Sai has a much faster camp clear than Sejuani, which means she can get out into the lanes quicker and contest the neutral objectives. On top of that, Sejuani players rely on their level six before they really want to gank, so the key is to slow her game down and make sure she is delayed in getting into the lanes. Rek’Sai can move around the map at a quicker pace also because of her E, which creates small burrows that allows her to travel across the map faster than the average League of Legends champion.

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Best Rek’Sai Duos League of Legends

According to Mobalytics, here are the best champions to play with Rek’Sai in League of Legends on patch 14.7. Please note that this article will be updated as new patches are released. For more information on when a new League of Legends patch will be released, check out our patch schedule article here.

  • Aatrox
  • Darius
  • Ahri

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Jordan 'Marn' is an esports journalist from across the pond. Jordan has a passion for telling stories about the esports titles he loves such as League of Legends and Call of Duty. He has written for Esportz Network, Unikrn and United Stand. Twitter: @official_marn