Lytical is an open source League of Legends statistics and profile analytics tool for all regions including Garena & WeGame
Summoner Search and Profile Pages
Lytical offers OP.GG style summoner profiles which can be searched for anyone on your server. Our app offers ranked statistics and champion specific performance data for all players for Garena and WeGame. Lytical is an OP.GG alternative for all Garena regions and all Chinese regions and is an all in one replacement for websites like U.GG, Blitz.GG and Porofessor of course OP.GG.
Think of Lytical as OP.GG for Garena.
Match History & Lobby Multisearch
Lytical provides fast OP.GG style match history for any player. Kills, CS per Minute, Vision Score, and Objectives. Analyze your contribution to your own games or search high ranked players to increase your impact and win more games!
Multisearch will automatically scout your teammates in champion select and your opponents when in game. Profile lookup tools are common on NA/EU/KR servers to help avoid poor quality games. Lytical is the tool for the job to quickly understand your teammates and opponents strengths and weaknesses.
Works on All Regions
Lytical utilizes builtin API’s inside of the League of Legends client. This allows our application to function on all regions, including all Garena and WeGame regions.
The Philippines (PH)
Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau (TW/HK)
Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia (SG/MY/ID)
Riot Operated (NA/EU/OCE/RU/TR/BR/LAN/KR/JP)
Open Source and Ad Free
The Lytical app is forever free and open source. It was created as an All-In-One replacement for regions that don’t have access to statistics sites like OP.GG or Blitz.gg.
Built Using Vue.JS + Electron Lytical is fast and memory efficient. Any PC can run Lytical in the background with no performance impact in game for League of Legends.
This application is released under the Open Source GPLv2 license. You are welcome to contribute to this project in any way you can.
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Provides account lookups, match history, profile multi-search, statistics and more. Like OP.GG or Blitz.gg for the Chinese (CN) League of Legends Servers. Available for all area ID’s including the Super Server (Dopa/Apdo plays here) which is Area ID 31.
Pregame lobby Multisearch, Game Details and Profile Statistics from WeGame/Tencent League of Legends LoL API
Have you ever wanted to access data from an application that doesn’t provide a Public API? Well I’ve got great news. That application is getting its data from somewhere. You just need to find out how to plug into it! This process is called Reverse Engineering (Or hacking if you want to pretend you’re really smart) a Private API. I will document some tips and useful tools that will help you reverse any Private API from any application on any platform.
There are a handful of tools that can be used to complete this task. Windows 10 was my platform of choice for working with the data so I’ll be sharing what I used on here.
Fiddler: Fiddler is an HTTP/HTTPS Proxy that can be used to intercept and decrypt SSL/HTTPS traffic. This application is also useful for replaying requests, creating custom request, and exporting a request as cURL to be converted into Python 3. Fiddler is free to use, just sign in with your Google Account! Make sure you install the certificate and enable HTTPS mode so you don’t miss any requests. https://www.telerik.com/fiddler
MitM Proxy: Man in the Middle Proxy is a great way to read data from Smart Phone Applications. This is what I used to get all the data I needed for my API reversal. Simply download the executable from https://mitmproxy.org/ to start up a server (disable your firewall or open port 8080) and then enter your PC’s IP address into the Proxy Server settings of your Phones WiFi settings. After that navigate to http://mitm.it/ on your Phone and install the provided certificate. Follow the provided instructions on http://mitm.it/ and start sniffing!
Create a text document to save all your finding and especially any useful URL endpoints you find. Having your information organized will help to ensure that you don’t waste time on the same thing twice or need to proxy your device over and over again to find what a request should look like.