As a result of Warwick's K/D/A and utility, he has a fairly average overall win rate. He does best in the early game, with a winrate of 49.9% in that phase. Unfortunately, he does terribly in the mid game, where Warwick's winrate is 48.85%., The difference between his best and worst game phases is only 1.0%. This negligible difference indicates that his relative power is stable during an entire match.
In the current meta, Warwick is incredibly popular. He has been used in 8.5% of recently ranked rounds. Hardly anyone sees him as a danger. He has only been banned in about 4.8% of League of Legends matches.
You will see him typically used in the jungle position. The best win rate position for Warwick is jungle (49,4%). Currently, Warwick's meta game is centered around dealing damage. Specifically, his kit should mainly be focused on physical damage. Moreover, he is an ok tank champion. Dealing magical damage is the least critical part of Warwick’s gameplay.
If you are not used to his abilities and gameplay, you will not find it difficult trying him out for the first time. Many players believe him to not be a challenging champion to pick up. Warwick mostly does magic damage (52% of his total damage). He also deals a significant amount of physical damage.
Warwick deals a good amount of damage in a typical match (16.388 damage). You could focus on developing him as a damage dealing champion to crush your enemies.
If you are looking for a dominating damage dealer, then you should definitely consider this champion. He has one of the absolute best kill totals in League amongst other champs. Moreover, he has a fairly above average death total with an average of 7 deaths per League game. Additionally, Warwick has an average KDA ratio (2.1) with 7.3 assists.