While in a game of League of Legends, it seems that after 14 minutes, when the plates fall, you have no way to look at how much plates were taken from each side, and so take a guess how much your team is in front/behind in gold.

Is there a way to look it up while in game?


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There is currently no way to actively track this information via the in-game UI.

Since each plating destroyed grants your team 160 gold (as of writing this answer) this is definitely something to keep an eye on.

Luckily It's not exactly witchcraft to keep track of the platings manually. They plating always falls at the 14 minute mark so you can start checking yours and the enemies platings at around 13 minutes and you should be good.

If a turret is destroyed before 14 minutes just add another 800 gold to the team who managed to destroy it (if you know which champions, that's even better).

Consistently keeping track of gold income (not only platings) is a matter of practice but it'll improve your winrate once you've mastered it. Also:
Use the F-Keys in order to focus on your teammates!


The turret health at 14 minute mark (when the plates fall) is an indication of how many plates fell.

Assuming no damage since 14 minute mark, you can guestimate by the turret's health. Each plate is about 20% of the turret's health, so for example, if the turret is at 59% health, you can know that about 2 plates of gold were granted.

I just use the health bar as a gauge of the plates, and roughly keep track of who engaged the tower to get them.

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