Sneaky Teaches ADC Strategy
10 Video lessons
Public release date: 11/7/22
Zachary "Sneaky" Scuderi is a 2-time LCS Champion AD Carry and content creator known for his adaptability, precise positioning, and consistent performances. In this in-depth course, he'll teach you the strategies and theory behind succeeding as an ADC.
Learn more about Sneaky’s:
MOBA background and history of playing League since its beta release
Early days of playing with Cloud 9 and “living the esports dream”
Sneaky’s formative experiences as a pro player.
Journey of winning LCS 3 times and competing on the worlds stage 7 times
Sneaky delivers his thoughts on how to find the perfect in game settings including:
How adjusting certain settings can improve your ability to move and orbwalk
The importance and best practices of good camera control
Sneaky’s take on whether abilities should be normal casted or smart casted.
How adjusting certain keybinds and habits can help you communicate your intentions to teammates
Sneaky breaks down essential in game mechanics that every ADC should know, including:
Orbwalking and how ADCs benefit from this technique
The importance of the “S” key - an often underutilized keybind in League of Legends that can improve your character control and movement
Where you should position your camera as an ADC
Sneaky’s tips for when you should throw skillshots and trade in lane
In this laning-focused segment, Sneaky teaches you:
How to define the laning phase and where it fits into the other stages of the game
How to classify and form a game plan for your bot-lane matchups
When you should adjust your approach to trading and what factors to consider when manipulating waves
How to determine the right recall timings for your champion
Sneaky explains how the concept of strong side and weak side can better inform your decisions in game, including:
Why strong side and weak side occur and how to determine which side you’re on.
How to adjust your decision making pathways depending on which side of the map you’re on
Several examples of how to utilize strong side advantage to gain a personal and team advantage
Several examples of how playing weak side correctly can create very difficult decisions for the enemy team
Sneaky explains how he thinks the later stages of a game should be approached as a team, covering:
How to define the mid-late stages of the game and why they can feel chaotic
What your individual and team goals should be during this time
How to decide between moving towards fights or prioritizing farm
Some tips for how to approach common mid or late game scenarios including split push, siege, and baron.
In-depth breakdowns from Sneaky’s own pro matches
In this team-based section, Sneaky teaches the concept and importance of good synergy. He goes into:
The importance of being able to empathize with the other roles on your team
What team synergy is and how its developed
Common ways other roles interact with the ADC role to benefit both players
How to better facilitate team plays with your personal decisions
Sneaky teaches you the key principles he applies in teamfights to achieve success, answering the follow questions:
What is my primary goal as ADC in fights?
How do I decide where to position myself and when should I be following up on my teammates?
When should I hold my abilities or use them?
How can I prevent the fed champions on the enemy team from 1 shotting me?
Sneaky teaches you his thought process on how to approach fundamental changes in League of Legends. He covers:
The benefits of understanding how other types of characters function
The lifecycle of patches and how a shifting meta forces adaptation
How you can use VODs from professional play to learn new strategies and evaluate your own gameplay.
Sneaky explains his mentality behind consistently climbing to the highest ranks, covering:
His recommended approach for diversifying your champion pool
How you can use information available to you in draft to form a game plan
The importance of playing with purpose and handling tilt
The differences between solo queue and competitive play