As a result of Anivia's K/D/A and utility, she has a pretty good overall win rate. She does best in the early game, with a winrate of 51.9% in that phase. Unfortunately, she does terribly in the late game, where Anivia's win rate is 47.4%., The difference between her best and worst game phases is about 4.5%. This large difference shows us that her power spikes and wanes in different parts of the match. Prepare well.
Anivia has been picked only occasionally in recent ranked LoL rounds. In the current meta, her popularity is 2.8%. She is rarely banned during champion select. Obviously, very few players see her as a real threat. In recent ranked games, Anivia was banned 2% of the time.
You can find her most often used in the middle position. The best win rate position for Anivia is middle (51,1%). At this time, Anivia's meta game is focused on dealing damage. In particular, her gameplay should mostly be centered around magical damage. Additionally, she is a decent support champion. Dealing physical damage is the least critical part of Anivia’s build.
You should anticipate having to spend a significant amount of time practicing and learning to pick up Anivia. Most League of Legends gamers consider she is a tough champ to master. Anivia primarily deals magic damage (88% of her total damage). She doesn't deal a lot of other damage types and should not be played as hybrid damage dealer..
Anivia deals a great deal of damage during a regular ranked game (20.899 damage). You should focus on building her as a powerful champ to destroy your enemies.
She is an average damage dealer in the game with 5.8 kills on average each game. That is one of the highest kill counts amongst all middles. Moreover, she has a fairly typical death total with an average of 4.9 deaths per LoL match. Additionally, Anivia has a high KDA ratio (2.7) with 7.5 assists.