Chong Xin Khoo 
LGD Forever Young
Played well but couldn't carry solo
March 4, 2018
Ohaiyo finished with a 7/2/7 KDA in a loss to Liquid at PGL Bucharest.
Ohaiyo played Omniknight against Liquid. He had a good game but was the only person on his team to do so. He played well in lane and was able to continue doing well and surviving thanks to spells. Ohaiyo ended the game with the most net worth on his team but couldn't come close to carrying on his own.
Free Agent
Joins LGD Forever Young
February 5, 2018
According to Patrick Bonifacio of Dot Esports, LFY has completed its pre-roster lock changes, adding Ohiayo to the team in the offlane.
Ohaiyo most recently played for Fnatic, where he was recently unceremoniously kicked from the team and replaced by Universe. Ohaiyo is one of the longest competing players in the SEA region and an extremely experienced offlane player that should make an excellent addition to the LFY roster.
Time with Fnatic comes to an end
January 13, 2018
In a release on its website, Fnatic announced that it would be parting ways with Ohaiyo effective immediately.
Ohaiyo has been a staple of the Southeast Asian Dota 2 scene for a long time, playing for a variety of successful teams throughout his career. His time with Fnatic was notably average though, especially after EternalEnVy and pieliedie joined the team following The International 7. Ohaiyo has not made any announcements regarding a new team.
Another bitter last-place finish for Fnatic's veteran off lane
December 1, 2017
Ohaiyo started the series out well but couldn't close out the critical third game against Na'Vi at the Dreamleague Season 8 Major. Ohaiyo finished with an oveall KDA of 17/17/28 This loss eliminates Fnatic from the event tied for last place.
In Game 1 Ohaiyo played Earth Shaker. He put forth a commendable effort that managed to keep Fnatic in the game for much longer than they should have been. His spells were a huge part of what made it so difficult for Na'Vi to take the high ground, and gave Fnatic the time needed to attempt a comeback. Ohaiyo finished with a 6/4/12 KDA. Ohaiyo played Earth Shaker again in Game 2. He played another good game that was made even better by his teammates actually being able to follow up on his initiation. His ability to instantly start fights was critical against Na'Vi lineup of mobile heroes like Weaver and Storm Spirit. He finished with an 8/6/12 KDA. In Game 3 Ohaiyo played Beastmaster. He did find a few good kills, but ultimately Ohaiyo wasn't able to have much impact on the game. Once Fnatic fell behind, all his spells became dramatically less useful. In fights, he was often reduced to using Primal Roar and dying right afterwards. He finished the game with a 3/7/4 KDA.
Played well despite losing
November 3, 2017
Ohaiyo finished with an overall KDA of 19/13/40 in Fnatic's 1-2 loss to Virtus.pro at the DotaPit Minor. This loss drops Fnatic to the best-of-one elimination lower bracket.
In Game 1 Ohaiyo played Clockwerk. He absolutely dominated the early game and was able to keep Fnatic in the game against Virtus.pro's large mid-game lead. Thanks to Ohaiyo's excellent initiation Fnatic was able to hold out until EternaLEnVy's Medusa could carry the game. Ohaiyo finished with an 11/2/14 KDA. In Game 2 Ohaiyo played Tidehunter. He was extremely hard to kill, but Fnatic didn't have the damage to follow up on his ability to bait spells and start fights. Even when his Ravage connected, Fnatic usually just didn't have the damage to capitalize on his control. He finished with a 1/4/9 KDA. In Game 3 Ohaiyo played Spirit Breaker offlane. To his credit, Ohaiyo did a very good job making this unconventional hero/position combination work. He put a lot of pressure on the Virtus.pro supports, and was also able to charge their core heroes thanks to getting farm priority. Ultimately, he couldn't offer enough, and Fnatic lost the series. He finished with a 7/7/17 KDA.
Not so good Shadowblade Beastmaster games
October 27, 2017
Ohaiyo had a rough series against Evil Geniuses at ESL One Hamburg. The Malaysian offlaner finished with a KDA of 2/11/14.
Ohaiyo went with Beastmaster in both games of the series. His favorite item was interestingly the Shadowblade. Ohaiyo prioritized the item before farming up a Necrophos. His choice item turned out well for him in Game 1 as they got some kills off of it. But in Game 2, EG were more than ready for the item as their vision game was on point.
Weak showing from the Fnatic off lane
August 2, 2017
Ohaiyo had a rough series in Fnatic's 0-2 loss to Team Liquid in the group stages of The International 7. He finished with an overall KDA of 3/10/13.
In Game 1 Ohaiyo played Underlord. This was a very low-impact game for Ohaiyo. He didn't put much pressure on his lane, and he wasn't very effective as the game went past the lane phase. He was forced into a Force Staff as his first item, but this wasn't enough for him to escape the Liquid pain-train. He finished with a 1/5/1 KDA. In Game 2 Ohaiyo played Dark Seer. This was another rough game for Ohaiyo. His lane didn't go well, and he didn't have anyone good to combo his Vacuums with. Even when he got decent initiations, there just wasn't enough followup from his team to win a fight. He finished with a 2/5/12 KDA.
Terrible showing from the veteran
June 28, 2017
Ohaiyo picked the worst time to not show up for Fnatic as they were dominated by TNC. The veteran finished with a KDA of 0/7/7.
On the recently meta-dominant Bristleback, Ohaiyo's performance shows how the hero has fallen as of late. With less HP, in the early stages the hero can be punished, and TNC did just that. He never got going and he died before getting anything done. 314 gold per minute on your safe-lane player is never an encouraging sign.
Weak series from Fnatic's veteran off laner
January 6, 2017
Ohaiyo looked very poor overall in Fnatic's 0-2 loss to Team NP on Day 2 of ESL One Genting. He finished with a 3/14/26 overall KDA. Fnatic are the first team eliminated, finishing in last place.
In Game 1 Ohaiyo played Slardar in the Dire off lane. He had an extremely bad early game, not picking up his Blink Dagger until almost 21 minutes. Although bLink was a potential comeback mechanism for Fnatic, it came far too late to change anything. Ohaiyo finished with a 2/9/8 KDA. In Game 2 Ohaiyo played Dark Seer in the Radiant off lane. He had an excellent lane, able to get almost free farm in his lane against EternaLEnVy's Mirana. After his dismal Game 1, Ohaiyo more than redeemed himself with excellent Vacuum use in combination with the rest of his team. Although Ohaiyo was on point when initiating, problems arose when Fnatic were the ones getting jumped. The game broke down into an issue of who could initiate on who, which NP eventually managed to get the upper hand in. Ohaiyo finished with a 1/5/18 KDA.
Difficult start to ESL One Genting
January 5, 2017
Ohaiyo had a rough game in Fnatic's loss to Virtus Pro on the first day of ESL One Genting. He finished with a 1/6/8 KDA.
In Game 1 Ohaiyo played Slardar in the Dire off lane. He had a rough time up against Ramzes' Juggernaut, giving up a few early deaths that set him far behind on his Blink Dagger timing. He finished it by 14 minutes, but this was too late to stop Virtus Pro's onslaught. Fnatic's minus-armor lineup was helpless against Guardian Angel, and they quickly lost the game.
Only consistent player for Fnatic in a surprising loss to Execration
September 10, 2016
Ohaiyo played well in all three games of Fnatic's disappointing 1-2 loss to Execration at the MPGL SEA Championships. He finished with a 15/19/37 KDA.
In Game 1 Ohaiyo played Slardar in the Dire bottom off lane. Ohaiyo had a rough time in lane, but was still able to get decent enough gold and experience. He finished up a Blink Dagger at 14 minutes, and immediately started taking fight after fight with Raven's Lifestealer Infested inside him. The overwhelming initiation was too much for Execration to deal with going into the late game, and Fnatic were able to claim a win. Ohaiyo finished with a 5/4/15 KDA. In Game 2 Ohiayo played Axe. Despite being up against a Sand King, Ohaiyo managed to get a lot of farm early. Ohaiyo was the most critical piece of Fnatic's teamfight apart from Static Storm, and he did a great job trying to secure a win for Fnatic. Unfortunately, Execration had far too much magical burst and control for Ohiayo to deal with in a long game. After a dragging it out for 50 minutes, Fnatic finally lost Game 2. Ohiayo finished with a 16/12/12 KDA. In Game 3 Ohaiyo played Sladar in the Radiant top off lane. He managed to do impressively well against BYB's Sand King, finishing up an 11-minute Blink Dagger. Unfortunately, Ohiayo's nice start wasn't enough to secure a lead for Fnatic. His initiations lead to his death more often than he secured anything positive for his team, spiraling into a quick 28-minute loss from Fnatic. Ohaiyo finished with a 1/5/4 KDA.
Slow start turns into decent initiations
August 15, 2016
Ohaiyo fell victim alongside the rest of Fnatic to Digital Chaos' strong play in Game 1. In Game 2, he brought it back, but his team couldn't follow up on his initiations. He ended the series with a combined 2/14/20 KDA.
Ohaiyo had the same problem as the rest of Fnatic in Game 1 against Digital Chaos. That problem was that they were unable to keep up with the strong play that Digital Chaos brought. Playing Legion Commander in Game 1, he didn't really have an impact. At a 0/6/6 KDA he had the team's lowest hero damage at 5,200 while his net worth was at least 4,000 higher than two of his other teammates. He did have 1,600 hero healing, which helped a little, but he knew he would need a better performance if he hoped to keep Fnatic in the series. Playing Faceless Void in Game 2 seemed like a good idea. Ohaiyo had much more success, but it still wasn't enough to stop Digital Chaos. At a 2/8/14 KDA, he enabled some key kills and had solid kill participation. His 6,700 hero damage and 2,500 hero healing helped Fnatic extend the game as they tried to claw back in but Digital Chaos snowballed a victory and sent Fnatic home in fourth place. Taking fourth at The International 6 is something Fnatic should be proud of considering they started the main event in the lower bracket. They also will be taking home just under $1.5 million, so that should help too.
Inconsistent play in Fnatic's 2-0 win against Alliance
August 13, 2016
The 2-0 series Fnatic won against Alliance was tumultuous for Ohaiyo, as he ended with a KDA of 10/11/30.
Ohaiyo played Slardar in the Dire off lane for Game 1. He made a few attempts at aggression early, but they were fruitless and he wisely opted to simply soak up experience. He positioned himself well, frequently escaping assaults from Akke's Dazzle and Loda's Drow Ranger with only a sliver of health. Despite their pressure, Ohaiyo secured a timely Blink Dagger, which he used to give great initiations for his team. Amplify Damage was particularly critical to Fnatic's success. Not only did it allow them fast kills against heroes that were caught out, it also allowed them to mow down Roshan when opportunities were presented from them to kill him. His initiations and weakening presence let Fnatic fight on their own terms, leading to them securing the win for Game 1. Ohaiyo had a very rough start for Game 2 when he played a roaming Batrider, dying twice in the first two minutes. He bounced back from this and gave his team some nice pickoffs, especially against AdmiralBulldog's Nature's Prophet. Keeping down AdmiralBulldog and neutralizing his rat was a key component in Fnatic's Game 2 victory over Alliance.
Outstanding initiation from Fnatic's off lane
August 12, 2016
Ohaiyo was excellent in both games of Fnatic's 2-0 win over MVP.Phoenix. He finished with an overall KDA of 9/9/38. Fnatic advances to face Digital Chaos for the second spot in the lower bracket finals.
In Game 1 Ohaiyo played Sand King in the Radiant off lane. In a solo lane vs another melee hero, Ohaiyo was able to get a huge amount of early farm with Caustic Finale. He did a stellar job in the mid game, getting off amazing stuns and Epicenters that crushed MVP. Ohaiyo finished the game with a 6/3/20 KDA. Fnatic won Game 1. In Game 2 Ohaiyo played Slardar in the Dire off lane. Although he didn't get much farm early game, Ohaiyo did manage to get himself a lot of early experience. His initiation in fights was very good once again, and it was easy for Fnatic to follow up. Although they got off to a nice early lead, MVP's base proved too tough to crack early. It took Fnatic 54 minutes, but they finally managed to do it. Ohaiyo finished with a 3/6/18 KDA.
Insane initiation secures a 2-0 upset win over Team Liquid
August 11, 2016
Ohaiyo played two incredible games, giving his team game-winning initiation in both. Fnatic won 2-0 over Team Liquid, and Ohaiyo finished with a 6/9/31 KDA. Fnatic advance to face MVP Phoenix for the first spot in the lower bracket finals.
In Game 1 Ohaiyo played Slardar in the Radiant off lane. He had a great lane, able to get a lot of farm against Liquid's weak Naga Siren/Rubick dual lane. With just Tranquil Boots and a Blink Dagger, Ohiayo enabled his teammates to easily rip Fnatic apart. His initiations in the late game were incredible as well, enabling Fnatic to take fights even under Liquid's tier-four towers. Ohaiyo finished with a 4/2/24 KDA, and Fnatic took a one-game lead in the series. In Game 2 Ohaiyo played Sand King. This series proved to be a difficult one for Sand King. Ohaiyo had just as much trouble with his early game as MinD_ContRoL in Game 1, and Fnatic found themselves with a large hill to climb going into the mid and late game. Sometime around 25 minutes, a switch flipped for Ohaiyo and he stepped his game up tremendously. On the back of two five-man wipes, Fnatic snatched a lead from the brink of defeat. Ohaiyo finished with a 2/7/27 KDA.
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