Splyce
United Kingdom
Lands interesting, but ineffective plays
May 18, 2018
Jurd made some strong plays in a 3-0 loss to Red Reserve with a 48/49 KD on Thursday of the CWL Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Round 2 Search & Destroy was only able to go to a close Game 11 thanks to Jurd. Unlike the rest of his team, Jurd was able to clutch fights with surprising consistency. This was best seen in Game 5 and Game 9 of Round 2 Search & Destroy. In Game 5, Jurd landed a triple kill in a 1-vs-3 by playing decisively instead of defensively, pushing and forcing a fight around the bombsite. In Game 9, Bance was able to hold his lane against a scrambling Red Reserve. Bance closed Round 2 Search & Destroy with a KD.
Can't open up the map
May 18, 2018
Bance failed to engage aggressively in a 3-0 loss to Red Reserve with a 38/48 KD on Thursday of the CWL Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Bance, like the rest of Splyce, were caught off guard by Red Reserve's calculated strategies. Red Reserve was able to play both a fast game, such as in Round 2 Search & Destroy, and a slow on, such as in Round 3 Capture the Flag. Bance failed to adapt his engagements to each situation, leaving him unable to properly open up the map for his teammates. This was particular true in Round 3 Capture the Flag, where Bance couldn't break into Red Reserve's base because of how defensively he played. Instead of forcing teamfights, MadCat and him tried to play for picks, meaning Red Reserve were able to consistently spawn to defend the flag. Bance closed Round 3 Capture the Flag with a KD.
Struggles to fight old team
May 18, 2018
Joshh faltered against old teammates Red Reserve in a 3-0 loss with a 47/63 KD on Thursday of the CWL Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Joshh didn't have any counter plays for Red Reserve, despite playing with the likes of Rated and Joee for close to a year. Taking up the flex role, Joshh struggled to protect his flanks against Red Reserve. Further causing problems his lack of coordination with Jurd and Bance, the core SMG players, as Joshh struggled to find a role for himself. This left him in strange positions, such as in Round 2 Search & Destroy where he and his teammates struggled to watch entrances. Joshh closed Round 3 Capture the Flag with a 17/22 KD.
Fails to capitalize on Scorestraeks
May 18, 2018
MadCat couldn't turn around a 3-0 sweep with a 56/49 KD on Thursday of the CWL Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
MadCat was outsmarted and outgunned by Red Reserve, despite his best efforts. This was largely because Red Reserve played an aggressive game that MadCat was simply unprepared to play, often getting flanked by his opponents. He was able to nearly turn around Round 3 Capture the Flag thanks to his excellent first half. There, MadCat was able to rail Red Reserve with an eight-kill streak that saw him score full Scorestreaks. The only problem was that MadCat wasn't able to sue those Scoresteaks effectively in the second half as Red Reserve played a defensive game. MadCat closed Round 3 Capture the Flag with a 21/12 KD.
Teaming with Splyce
May 11, 2018
Joshh will join Splyce, the organization relayed on Friday.
ANALYSIS
It's a bit of an odd reunion, given the falling out that occurred between Joshh and team owner Lazerchicken after the former left for Epsilon eSports. Still, the need was there, as Splyce opted to release Tommey prior to the start of Stage 2, perhaps in an effort to recruit Skrapz to join the team. While the efforts failed, it's hard to question that Splyce needed to change something given the typically successfully European organization has been anything but during large portions of Call of Duty: World War II. Joshh's reintroduction could be classified as addition by subtraction due to the aforementioned need to rejigger a struggling lineup, but it's a bit unclear as to what role he will play given Splyce appear to have a multitude of similarly minded players already in tow.
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