As a result of Vex's K/D/A and utility, they have a fairly average overall win rate. They do very well in the early game, with a winrate of 50.6% in that phase. Unfortunately, they do very poorly in the late game, where Vex's win rate is 44.2%., The difference between their best and worst game phases is a large 6.4%. This large difference shows us that their power spikes and wanes in different phases of the game. Plan well.
In the current meta, Vex is somewhat popular. They have been used in 4% of recently ranked games. They are sometimes banned during champ select. Obviously, some players see them as a huge threat. In recent ranked rounds, Vex was banned 3.6% of the time.
You will find them most often laning in the middle position. The top win rate position for Vex is middle (49,2%). At this time, Vex's meta game is focused on utility and support. Specifically, their gameplay should primarily be focused on assisting others. Dealing physical damage is the least important part of Vex’s playstyle.
If you are not comfortable with their skills and tactics, you will not find it difficult picking them up for the first time. Many competitors consider them to not be a difficult champion to learn. Vex primarily causes magic damage (91% of their total damage). They doesn't deal a lot of other damage types and should not be played as hybrid damage dealer..
Vex deals a lot of damage during a regular ranked game (24.261 damage). You should focus on developing them as a damage dealing champion to destroy your foes.
If you are looking for a dominating damage dealer, then you should definitely consider this champion. They have one of the absolute best kill totals in League among all champs. Additionally, they have a fairly high average champion death rate (6.3 deaths). Moreover, Vex's KDA is typically high with an average KDA ratio of 2.3 as well as 7.4 assists per match.