Sneyking
Jingjun Wu 
United States
VGJ.Storm
King of Wraith King
August 17, 2018
Sneyking finished VGJ.Storm's 1-1 draw with OpTic during The International 2018 group stages with an average KDA of 4/7/17.
ANALYSIS
Sneyking had a great Game 1 on Wraith King. He won his lane with MSS' Dark Willow and racked up a mind-blowing 31 assists on the slow road to victory. In Game 2, Sneyking switched over to Ursa with disastrous results. While he performed the best among VGJ.Storm's cores, that isn't saying much. Sneyking was unable to contend with the ranged heroes on OpTic or adequately deal with the pressure from Zai's Tiny.
Back-to-back Wraith King games
August 16, 2018
Sneyking finished VGJ.Storm's 2-0 victory over Team Secret during The International 2018 with an average KDA of 5/7/22.
ANALYSIS
Sneyking was an anchor for his team in both games. He did not finish with the best K/D ratio, but he was involved in almost all of his teams kills and made good item progression. A true utility player, Sneyking helped with initiation and crowd control in both games.
Finishes in third at the Summit 9
July 29, 2018
Sneyking struggled in two long losses to Fnatic at the Summit 9. He finished with a 9/16/17 overall KDA.
ANALYSIS
Sneyking started Game 1 off doing very well on Necrophos but started to fall off hard in the late-game. With Resolut1on's Arc Warden getting shut down, Sneyking tried to step up and fill the void of damage VGJ.S needed but he couldn't deal with Fnatic's burst. He finished with a 7/6/8 KDA. In Game 2 Sneyking had a rough time on Underlord. He got bullied in lane and never really managed to recover. He was able to move his team around for some tricky plays with Dark Rift but felt very underwhelming in fights. He finished with a 2/10/9 KDA.
Solid offlane performance
July 26, 2018
Sneyking finished with an 8/13/39 overall KDA in a 2-0 win vs Optic at the Summit 9.
ANALYSIS
Sneyking played Necrophos in Game 1, backing his team up with a constant supply of healing and damage. He made everyone difficult to kill, as well as providing some great burst to finish heroes off with Reaper's Scythe. He finished with a 6/6/22 KDA. In Game 2 Sneyking played Enigma. He got a lot of hate from Optic, but still managed to be useful in the long run. He opted to build a lot of auras for his team rather than focus on items like Blink Dagger, and it worked out well for VGJ.S in the long run. He finished with a 2/7/17 KDA.
Can't keep up his momentum
June 3, 2018
Sneyking started the series strong but fell off sharply in a 2-0 loss to Team Secret at the China Supermajor. He finished with an 11/17/36 overall KDA.
ANALYSIS
Sneyking played Lycan in Game 1. He dominated the early and mid-game but failed to close it out when VGJ.S' lead was strongest. After his initial peak, Sneyking's Lycan lost his effectiveness extremely quickly. He could kill supports, but no longer was able to stand up to either of Secret's cores. He finished with a 7/5/24 KDA. In Game 2 Sneyking had a hard time on Beastmaster. He received a lot of hate in the early game, getting heavily focused down by Secret before 15 minutes. He was never able to fully recover from his huge setback and died easily in fights. He finished with a 4/12/12 KDA.
Strong showing advances VGJ.Storm to the grand finals
May 12, 2018
Sneyking finished with a 6/9/29 overall KDA in a convincing 2-0 win vs Fnatic at GESC Thailand.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Sneyking played Beastmaster, getting roughed around by Fnatic but creating massive amounts of space for his cores to farm up. Sneyking had a pretty difficult early game and would account for over half of his team's deaths, but it all panned out in the end. Sneyking's 1/7/13 KDA enabled his two cores to finish the game with only a single death between them. In Game 2 Sneyking lead the charge for VGJ.S on Night Stalker. His vision and initiation were a huge part of VGJ.S' ability to find kills, although he struggled to kill Fnatic's elusive Tinker. VGJ.S settled for killing everyone else on Fnatic instead, grinding out a slow but very convincing win. Sneyking finished with a 5/2/16 KDA.
Another impressive game from the VGJ.S offlane
April 26, 2018
Sneyking finished with an overall KDA of 5/2/24 in a 2-0 win against Immortals in the China Dota 2 Supermajor qualifiers.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Sneyking played a great Abaddon. He was unbelievably annoying all game, proving to be impossible for Immortals to bring down. He went for a typical aura build with Crimson Guard and Pipe of Insight, making the rest of his team much more durable. He finished with a 2/0/11 KDA. In game 2 Sneyking played Underlord, going for a similar item build focused more on helping his team than enhancing his own game. This strategy proved very effective once again, as his two cores finished the game with only a single death on YawaR's Gyrocopter. Sneyking finished with a 3/2/13 KDA.
Solid offlane performance for VGJ.Storm
April 24, 2018
Sneyking was excellent in both games of a win vs Optic Gaming in a best-of-two series in the Supermajor North American qualifiers. He finished with an overall KDA of 14/6/37.
ANALYSIS
Sneyking played Nature's Prophet in Game 1, dominating the game from start to finish. He played very well in lane and was able to leverage his global pressure into a nice early lead for VGJ.Storm that they were able to hold on to and snowball into an eventual win. Sneyking finished with a 12/3/21 KDA. In Game 2 Sneyking played Omniknight, supporting his two cores to an overwhelming victory against Optic. In fights he sat by Resolut1on's Omniknight and kept him alive in addition to doing the same for his other teammates when he could. He managed to do this without giving up many deaths himself, with only one of his three deaths taking place outside the lane phase. He finished with a 2/3/16 KDA.
Departing VGJ
January 3, 2018
VGJ.Storm announced via their official website that Sneyking would be departing the team for undisclosed reasons.
ANALYSIS
Sneyking's departure from VGJ.Storm is likely due to the team's lackluster results. Unable to qualify for most events during the first leg of the Dota 2 Pro Circuit, it was clear roster changes would be made. Sneyking will likely be headed to a new team before the upcoming roster unlock.
Suffered a lot trying to initiate in a losing series
September 24, 2017
Sneyking finished with a 10/24/13 overall KDA in VGJ.Storm's 0-3 loss to Evil Geniuses in the grand finals of the ESL Hamburg Major NA qualifier.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Sneyking played Venomancer. Despite leading the game in damage done, this was a rough game for VGJ. Sneyking did a nice job at least getting off his spells, but he and his team were unable to capitalize on it. He finished with a 3/5/4 KDA. In Game 2 Sneyking played Dark Seer. He had a miserable time. As the primary source of initiation for VGJ, he found himself the focus of EG's burst damage. Sneyking finished with a 4/10/4 KDA, dying in almost every skirmish and fight. In Game 3 Sneyking played Batrider. He struggled to find good initiation almost all game. The few kills that Sneyking was able to make happen came too far apart and too late to really matter. Once again he suffered a lot of deaths trying to start fights, finishing with a 3/9/5 KDA.
Sneyking: Wins 1-0 over Perky Pepperonis in Canada Cup Season 7 group stage match
May 20, 2016
Sneyking played an impressive game in Dragneel's 1-0 win in a Canada Cup Season 7 group stage match versus Perky Pepperonis. He finished with a KDA of 9/5/20.
ANALYSIS
Sneyking played Nature's Prophet in the Radiant top off lane and had a difficult early game against Bakemono's Lifestealer, giving up two early deaths. He managed to stage an excellent comeback despite this, contributing greatly to both team fights and small skirmishes. Sneyking dealt 13,000 damage to enemy heroes, the most in the game. He finished with a 9/5/20 KDA, participating in 81 percent of his team's kills.
Sneyking: Dragneel defeats FDL 2-1 in the Manila Major American Qualifiers
May 10, 2016
Sneyking helped lead Dragneel to a hard-fought 2-1 series win over FDL in the Manila Major American Qualifiers. Sneyking finished with a KDA of 17/9/38.
ANALYSIS
This was one of the fastest-paced series of the qualifiers, with the average game time being about 26 minutes. Sneyking fell victim to that in Game 1 as they lost the match while leading in kills 27-23. Sneyking went 10/4/11. Game 2 finished in a blazing 23 minutes as Sneyking was able to find his balance and lead the team in assists on the way to a Dragneel victory. Sneyking went 5/2/16 in Game 2. Finishing in a lightning-fast 21 minutes, Dragneel closed out the series in Game 3 as quickly as they could. Sneyking served as a focal point of the attack as he again led the game in assists, achieving a 2/3/11 KDA. This series shows that Dragneel wants to play quickly, keeping the stats and the game time low.
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