Nisha
Michael Jankowski 
Poland
Team Secret
Looked more comfortable on a tempo hero
October 23, 2018
Nisha wasn't at his best but Secret still force the draw against Evil Geniuses at ESL One Hamburg. The young carry finished with a KDA of 9/4/27.
ANALYSIS
Nisha had a nightmare opener with his Luna. He couldn't do anything against s4's Batrider in lane. While he still found some farm for himself as he retreated to the jungle it was just too slow. He had zero kills and five deaths in Game 1. In Game 2, he turned things around with a much more active hero in Mirana. His shift to the midlane worked out wonderfully for Secret as he dictated the tempo of the game. His impressive Sacred Arrows allowed Secret to take favorable fights throughout the game.
Excellent series from Secret's new carry
September 20, 2018
Nisha played an excellent series in a 2-0 win over Team Liquid in in the Kuala Lumpur Major qualifiers. He finished with an overall KDA of 26/8/31.
ANALYSIS
Nisha started the series with an explosive Juggernaut game. Apart from a couple of early-game deaths, Nisha was an impossible kill for Liquid all game. He used his combination of magic immunity from Blade Flurry and being un-targetable during Omnislash to get his damage off very quickly and effectively in fights. He finished with a 15/2/10 KDA. In Game 2 Nisha played Drow Ranger, sitting back in fights and ripping Liquid apart from range. So long as he could keep himself alive, Secret would have a big damage advantage in fights and Nisha did an excellent job of that for most of the game. He finished with an 11/6/21 KDA.
Great series except for Game 2
July 28, 2018
Nisha looked strong in both of Let's do it's wins in a 2-1 series vs paiN at the Summit 9. He finished with a 25/15/44 overall KDA.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Nisha played an exciting Monkey King. He was constantly in the thick of fights, racking up a lot of kills but also dying often. Had Nisha not given up some of his deaths, LDI probably could have finished the game quicker but they still managed to win in the end. Nisha finished with a 12/6/18 KDA. In Game 2 Nisha played Nature's Prophet but failed to have much impact at all. His hero was almost a complete non-factor in the game except for managing to push down a few towers while he was losing his base. He finished with a 1/5/6 KDA. In Game 3 Nisha showed off some nice Ember Spirit skills to close out the series with a win. He was extremely elusive all game while providing LDI with a way to get on top of paiN's annoying Tinker. He finished with a 12/4/20 KDA.
Puts his team on his back
July 25, 2018
Nisha proved too much for Evil Geniuses in the decider as Let's Do It forced a draw at The Summit 9. The mid laner finished with a KDA of 29/5/12.
ANALYSIS
Nisha picked Zeus to kick off the series against Evil Geniuses. He was the only one on his team to have an okay laning stage so it was an uphill battle for him. As with most Zeus games, Nisha was a non-factor before he got his Aghanim's Scepter. He tried his best, but with SumaiL a solid two items ahead, Nisha could not carry LDI at all. Nisha took his chances with Bloodseeker in Game 2. He unfortunately gave First Blood against SumaiL early on but returned the favor once he revived. Nisha then recovered very well as he got both a Black King Bar and Blade Mail early to get a quick godlike streak. With the focus on him most of the time for EG, Nisha created the space for Exotic Deer to do what he wanted across the map.
Destroys anybody who gets in his way
February 21, 2018
Nisha destroyed everything in his way as Team Kinguin defeated Newbee 1-0 in the first round of ESL One Katowice. Nisha finished with a 5/1/6 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Kinguin destroyed Newbee in convincing and timely fashion, and Nisha led the charge. Playing Gyrocopter, Nisha racked up a team-high five kills along with six assists in the sub-30-minute victory. He was part of all but one kill and just could not be contained by Newbee. We may see a first-pick Gyrocopter from Kinguin again.
Decent Game 1 not nearly enough to pull Kinguin through
December 17, 2017
Nisha finished with an average KDA of 3.5/6.5/5 in a rough 0-2 loss to Virtus.pro at the Summit 8.
ANALYSIS
Nisha played Weaver in Game 1, but didn't have a very good time. Despite all his mobility, Virtus.pro still pinned him down in fights and kill him. When Nisha was actually allowed to weave around fights he did good damage, but he was usually limited to nothing more than a support kill or two. He finished with a 6/2/7 KDA. In Game 2 Nisha played Puck. This was no improvement on Game 1 unfortunately. Nisha was bullied around for most of the game, and found himself unable to get much done even with all his mobility. The Virtus.pro lineup was just too durable and far ahead. Nisha finished with a 4/7/12 KDA.
Carries his team to victory
December 13, 2017
Nisha brought the pain as Team Kinguin defeated Evil Geniuses 2-1in the Group Stages of The Summit 8. Nisha finished with a 19/10/20 KDA in the series.
ANALYSIS
Nisha came out on fire and set the tone for Team Kinguin early. On Tiny in Game 1, Nisha bullied EG around to a 11/1/3 KDA as Team Kinguin took the game in 35 minutes. EG was able to catch up to him after that, but he still came in clutch when he was needed most in Game 3. Team Kinguin needed every little push from him to steal the late series win, as they now have a lot of momentum going for them. Nisha surprised a lot of people early with this performance, but it didn't seem like some fluke.
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