Thanks to Rengar's K/D/A and utility, he has a somewhat poor overall win rate. He does very well in the late game, with a winrate of 53.7% in that phase. Unfortunately, he does very poorly in the early game, where Rengar's win rate is 45.7%., The difference between his best and worst game phases is a large 8.0%. This sizeable difference indicates that his power spikes and fades in different parts of the round. Prepare well.
Rengar has been picked somewhat often in the latest ranked LoL matches. In the current meta, his popularity is 4.8%. Some players see him as a threat. He has been banned in roughly 8.4% of League rounds.
Rengar is most commonly played in the jungle position. This happens in 85,2% of his rounds. Yet, jungle Rengar has the highest win rate (48,9%) of all positions but is less popular of a position (played 13,4% of the time). At this time, Rengar's meta game is centered around dealing damage. In particular, his kit should primarily be centered around physical damage. Dealing magical damage is the least significant part of Rengar’s build.
You should anticipate having to spend a significant amount of time practicing and learning to get good at playing Rengar. Many LoL gamers think he is a difficult champ to master. Rengar primarily causes physical damage (87% of his total damage). He doesn't deal much of other damage types and should not be played as hybrid damage dealer..
Rengar deals a good amount of damage during a typical game (19.344 damage). You could focus on building him as a damage dealing champion to destroy your foes.
If you are looking for a dominating carry, then you should definitely consider this champion. He has one of the absolute best kill rates in the game among other champions. Furthermore, he has a relatively high average champion death count (6.4 deaths). Furthermore, Rengar's KDA is usually average with an average KDA ratio of 2.2 as well as 5.5 assists per match.