Thanks to Bel'Veth's K/D/A and utility, they have a pretty good overall win rate. They do very well in the early game, with a winrate of 54.1% in that phase. Unfortunately, they do poorest in the late game, where Bel'Veth's win rate is 47.3%., The difference between their best and worst game phases is a large 6.8%. This sizeable difference makes it clear that their power spikes and fades in different parts of the round. Plan accordingly.
In the current meta, Bel'Veth is somewhat popular. They have been played in 4.5% of recently ranked games. Some players see them as a threat. They have been banned in approximately 6.3% of LoL games.
You will see them typically laning in the jungle position. The top win rate position for Bel'Veth is jungle (51,8%). Currently, Bel'Veth's meta game is focused on dealing damage. In particular, their build should mostly be centered around magical damage. Tanking is the least significant part of Bel'Veth’s gameplay.
If you are not familiar with their skills and tactics, you probably will find it difficult picking them up for the first time. Most competitors consider them to be a tough champ to pick up. Bel'Veth primarily deals physical damage (73% of their total damage). They doesn't deal a lot of other damage types and should not be played as hybrid damage dealer..
Bel'Veth deals a good amount of damage in a typical round (15.919 damage). You could focus on building them as a damage dealing champion to defeat your foes.
If you are looking for a dominating carry, then you should definitely consider this champion. They have one of the absolute best kill counts in the game amongst all champions. Additionally, they have a relatively high average champion death count (6.1 deaths). Additionally, Bel'Veth's KDA is typically average with an average KDA ratio of 2.2 as well as 6.4 assists per match.