Epsilon eSports
United Kingdom
Staying with Epsilon
April 14, 2018
Reedy will remain with Epsilon eSports for the CWL Seattle Open, the organization confirmed on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Given Epsilon's dismal finish to CWL Stage 1, in which it won 2 of its 14 games in Division B, there was some speculation the team may opt to make wholesale roster changes. That obviously didn't come to fruition, likely due to time constraints and a handful of teams already having locked in their respective lineups. Epsilon will attempt to fight through Relegation in order to qualify for Stage 2 of the CWL Global Pro League.
Quietly effective in win
March 23, 2018
Vortex was never in the spotlight, but he did good work in the 3-1 win on Day 3 of Week 4 of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
ANALYSIS
Vortex got off to an incredible start to this match, dominating Round 1 Hardpoint. He went 33/29 and his whopping 2:14 on the objective was a huge boon to their offense behind Dqvee. His play, especially in the later half of the match, was key to completing their comeback. He fell down to earth, however, in Round 2 Search & Destroy. He was rather invisible in the win, filling in the gaps left behind by Dqvee and Hawqeh. Round 3 Capture the Flag was better, as he did a lot of good in the first half. He went 19/18, though it was not enough to run with Team EnVyUs in their only round loss. He continued to play behind the scenes in their dominant Round 4 Hardpoint showing. He went 19/24 with over a minute on the objective, providing decent support behind a strong three-headed attack from his teammates.
Slow start in win
March 23, 2018
Reedy had issues in his first two rounds, but picked it up in the last two in the 3-1 win over Team EnVyUs on Day 3 of Week 4 of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
ANALYSIS
Round 1 Hardpoint was mostly a struggle for Reedy, even as they came back from their sizable early deficit. He had some big kills later on in the match, contributing to the comeback, but his 17/24 KD shows his round struggles. He followed a similar pattern in Round 2 Search & Destroy, struggling as Team EnVyUs led early, and coming on strong as the comeback was on. He flipped the script in Round 3 Capture the Flag, as he was the only member of Epsilon to do much of anything in their only loss of the match. His teammates were stifled for the majority of it, but Reedy was excellent. He kept it even relatively close for a short time, though Team EnVyUs was too good, and it became an easy win for them. Round 4 Hardpoint saw Reedy, Dqvee, and Hawqeh pace them to a 135-34 lead, as well as a 192-82 lead, and eventually a round win. Reedy was key to the last round win, and did some good during their two previous round wins in more of a support role.
One poor round in win
March 23, 2018
Hawqeh struggled in just one round in the 3-1 win over Team EnVyUs on Day 3 of Week 4 of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
ANALYSIS
Hawqeh's sole poor round came in their only round loss: Round 3 Capture the Flag. He went a tepid 13/20, struggling to keep pace with a strong Team EnVyUs performance. The rest of his performance was strong. Possibly his strongest round came in Round 2 Search & Destroy, where he led the team through a very weak start, getting seven kills through seven games. He had a hot start, nearly winning Games 2 and 3 before finally getting the final kill in Game 4, and he built on his play from there. His Hardpoint rounds, Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 4 Hardpoint, were pretty similar. He hit the 30-kill mark in each, providing strong support for Dqvee during their comeback after being down quite a bit in the early stages. He was one of the leaders in the fourth round, alongside Reedy and Dqvee, as they led 135-34 early en route to a win.
More good than bad in win
March 23, 2018
Dqvee was not perfect, but he had more good moments than bad ones in the 3-1 win over Team EnVyUs on Day 3 of Week 4 of CWL Global Pro League, Stage 1.
ANALYSIS
Epsilon's win started with a hot Round 1 Hardpoint win, and Dqvee was a big part of that. They trailed for the entirety of the round's early stages, with Dqvee being the only Epsilon member to put together a competitive performance while they were losing. He kept them afloat, and his strong play was a leading factor in their comeback and eventual win. His other dominant round from start to finish was Round 4 Hardpoint. That Hardpoint was the opposite of the first one, as Epsilon held leads of 135-34, and 200-109, en route to a win. Dqvee was a part of the strong three-pronged attack that gave them their early lead, alongside Reedy and Hawqeh. He continued his high level of play throughout the round. He had a combined 59 kills in the two impressive Hardpoint wins. His biggest struggles came in the middle rounds. He went kill-less through the first five games of Round 2 Search & Destroy before finishing extremely strong, and he was a non-factor in the Round 3 Capture the Flag loss.
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