As a result of Veigar's K/D/A and utility, he has a fairly average overall win rate. He does best in the late game, with a winrate of 54.4% in that phase. Unfortunately, he does worst in the early game, where Veigar's winrate is 46.3%., The difference between his best and worst game phases is a large 8.1%. This large difference makes it clear that his power spikes and fades in different phases of the round. Plan accordingly.
Veigar has been used a lot in the latest ranked League games. In the current meta, his popularity is 7%. Hardly anyone sees him as a danger. He has only been banned in about 3.3% of League of Legends games.
You can find him most often laning in the middle position. However, that is not the best position for him. The best win rate position for Veigar is bottom (50,2%). At this time, Veigar's meta game is focused on dealing damage. Specifically, his build should primarily be focused on magical damage. Moreover, he is a pretty good support champion. Dealing physical damage is the least important part of Veigar’s gameplay.
If you are not familiar with his abilities and gameplay, you may find it difficult picking him up for the first time. Many players believe him to be a challenging champion to pick up. Veigar primarily deals magic damage (95% of his total damage). He doesn't deal a lot of other damage types and should not be considered a hybrid damage dealer..
Veigar deals a great deal of damage over the course of a regular ranked round (23.832 damage). You should focus on developing him as a powerful champ to crush your opponents.
If you are looking for a dominating damage dealer, then you should definitely consider this champ. He has one of the absolute best kill rates on the Rift amongst other champs. Additionally, he has a relatively high average champion death rate (6.2 deaths). Furthermore, Veigar's KDA is usually average with an average KDA ratio of 2.1 as well as 6 assists per match.