Wang Chunyu 
Showed off his newfound confidence from The International 2018
September 17, 2018
Ame did not lose a beat after PSG.LGD's beautiful run in The International 2018. The carry finished with a KDA of 18/4/22.
Ame played Lycan in the opening game of the series. He was actually rotating very early on as he couldn't find a good lane against Aster's lineup and was relegated to the jungle at times. But it did not slow him down one bit as his 17-minute Level 3 Necronomicon allowed him to dominate the game with ease. In Game 2, his Faceless Void was not as explosive but was still a huge threat for Aster. His Chronospheres allowed his team a huge comeback against Aster's advantage.
Can do no wrong
August 22, 2018
Ame churned out a perfect series for PSG.LGD. The carry finished with a KDA of 16/2/28.
Ame kicked off the series with Gyrocopter. With the help of Fy's Io, he was put in commanding lead on the networth chart early. He never looked back as once he got his Black King Bar, Liquid just could not handle him. Ame went with Phantom Lancer in Game 2. He even managed to draw First Blood against Gh's Io. Ame utilized the good space made by his team to farm heavily in the early game. Once he was raid boss material, they just ran Liquid down and took the convincing win.
An easy game for the LGD carry
August 18, 2018
Ame farmed with ease against Mineski as PSG.LGD dominated in The International 2018. The carry finished with a KDA of 15/5/20.
Ame played Phantom Lancer in Game 1 of the series. He wasn't pressured at all early on by iceiceice as he quickly picked up an early Hood of Defiance and Diffusal Blade. Ame was a slippery target for Mineski as he just farmed to his heart's content and was eventually unstoppable. In Game 2, Ame shifted to the once again meta popular Gyrocopter. With the help of Fy's Io, he easily secured his lane. His quick item progression allowed him to be a killing machine with the game-high 12 kills.
Bad drafts lead to bad performance
August 17, 2018
Ame finished PSG.LGD's 2-0 loss to Evil Geniuses during The International 2018 group stages with an average KDA of 2/6/10.
In Game 1, Ame performed well as Clinkz but the damage reflection from Arteezy's Spectre combined with the heavy AOE damage from the rest of EG were too much for the squishier heroes of LGD. In Game 2, seeking to emulate EG, Ame played Spectre. Evil Geniuses countered with a healthy mix of damage types and both single-target and area-of-effect damage heroes. Ame couldn't win through limited fault of his own.
Cant keep up with Miracle
August 17, 2018
Ame finished PSG.LGD's 1-1 draw with Team Liquid during The International 2018 group stages with an average KDA of 8/7/7.
Ame had an great Game 1 as Clinkz. He got his farm, won his lane, was ahead of schedule on his item pickups and dropped 12,000 building damage in a win that took just shy of an hour. In Game 2 he was tasked with playing an offlane Terrorblade against Mirana and Vengeful Spirit, with a Nature's Prophet for his laning partner. The lackluster performance has to be blamed on a horrendous draft that was easily avoidable.
Mediocre showing from PSG.LGD's carry
June 10, 2018
Ame had a rough series in a close 1-2 loss to at the China Supermajor. He finished with a 19/23/31 overall KDA.
In Game 1 Ame played a decent Arc Warden. He did die a lot but he was able to do a nice job pressuring lanes and farming up. This gave PSG.LGD a lot of ability to move around the map, as well as an insurance policy in case things went wrong. He finished with a 2/5/10 KDA. Ame played well on Monkey King in Game 2 but couldn't keep up his composure as the game dragged on to an hour. A few super aggressive dives into VP's base almost instantly threw away his lead, giving VP a route back into the game. Ame finished with a 13/12/15 KDA. In Game 3 Ame had a tough time, getting shut down on Phantom Lancer. There was a lot of AoE damage on VP, so Ame was never able to get much done with his illusions in fights. He finished with a 4/6/6 KDA.
Another scintillating performance
June 3, 2018
Ame continues to be in excellent form for LGD as they dominate Infamous in the China Supermajor. The carry finished with a KDA of 24/6/17.
Ame started off the series with his signature Faceless Void in the safe lane. He was never threatened by Stinger's Pangolier in the laning stage and he got to farm to his heart's content. He quickly got an 11-minute Mask of Madness and followed it up with a Maelstrom and a Black King Bar. His Chronospheres throughout the game were a thing of beauty and Infamous just couldn't fight back. In Game 2, Ame continued his impressive play with his Luna. He was again staying on top of networth chart was always in the right place at the right time for LGD.
Very good economy game in sweep
April 3, 2018
Ame was an impressive force for LGD in their victory over Evil Geniuses at the Dota Asia Championships 2018. The carry finished with a KDA of 19/9/21.
Ame began the series with Terrorblade in the safe lane. His farm was really good from the laning stage onwards. He was easily getting whatever item he wanted at a good time. His efficiency was even more impressive since he kept it up even after dying seven times in the game. In Game 2, Ame's Gyrocopter had an even better game. He farmed a 15 minute Aghanim's Scepter, one of the best timings in pro Dota. He spent less time in the grave in this game too dying only two times and EG just couldn't handle him. Ame also averaged a crazy 727 Gold Per Minute stat line for the series.
Top networth on his team but couldn't contribute
March 31, 2018
Ame had a poor showing against Optic in the Dota Asia Championships 2018. The carry finished with a forgettable KDA of 2/2/2.
Ame picked Anti Mage in their lone match of the series. Ame had a very rough laning stage and only got his Battle Fury at the 17-minute mark, which was a very late timing. He eventually caught up and found himself at the top of his team's networth chart. But he was never really in a good fighting shape as his team was forced to fight four on five for the majority of the game despite having a plethora of items.
Not able to carry on his own vs Secret
February 21, 2018
Ame played a decent series but couldn't win fights on his own. He finished with an overall KDA of 9/4/12 in a 0-2 loss to Secret.
In Game 1 Ame played well on Terrorblade. His positioning in fights was solid for the most part, and he did a nice job farming for most of the game. Unfortunately, his deaths were extremely costly for LGD. A single lost fight put LGD on the back foot, and then there was little they could do against Secret's push. Ame finished with a 5/2/1 KDA. Ame played Faceless Void in Game 2, once again doing well for himself while the rest of his team suffered. There was also a huge amount of pressure on Ame this game to set up for LGD's teamfight with Chronosphere, and when he did make a mistake it was extremely costly. He finished with a 4/2/11 KDA.
Solid game to start ESL One Katowice for LGD's carry
February 20, 2018
Ame finished with a 5/3/12 KDA in a quick win over Evil Geniuses.
Despite giving up a few deaths, Ame's Gyrocopter was extremely effective practically all game. When he did die, it was always after expending his payload of damage and the rest of LGD were able to clean up easily.
Erratic showing hurts LGD's chances
February 1, 2018
Ame had a rough series against world champions Liquid in Starladder. The carry finished with a KDA of 15/12/18.
Ame tried his luck with Phantom Lancer in both games of the series. In Game 1, he found a lot of space to quickly farm up a 13-minute Diffusal Blade. He often found kills with the help of the item but was also often punished by Liquid. He rarely got out of fights and his farm was really slowed down as a result. In Game 2, he again got a good start and decided to go for Sange and Yasha before a Diffusal Blade. The item switch-up helped him stay alive in teamfights, but the rest of his team were not as fortunate.
Performance slightly lacking against Optic
December 14, 2017
Ame couldn't quite get it done against Optic at The Summit 8. LGD lost all three of its games and Ame finished with an overall KDA of 11/11/12.
In Game 1 Ame played Morphling. He put up a commendable effort, but in the end he was unable to hold out against Optic's Huskar lineup. Ame did his best to try and split-push LGD back into a position where they could maybe take a fight, but Optic simply had too much backing up their Huskar. He finished with a 4/3/2 KDA. In Game 2 Ame played Luna. He went for an unconventional Aghanim's Scepter item build to try and burst down Optic's Medusa, and it didn't work in the long run. There was a brief window during the time Medusa didn't have magic immunity where it was strong, but this was quickly slammed shut by Optic. Ame finished with a 3/5/6 KDA. In Game 3 Ame played Monkey King. He once again played well, but not quite well enough to take down Optic. Ame's damage was almost enough in several fights, but he could never secure the critical kills that LGD needed to actually win convincing fights. He finished with a 4/3/4 KDA.
Stepped up against Evil Geniuses
October 22, 2017
Ame had a very solid series for LGD in their win against Evil Geniuses in the PGL Minor. The young carry finished with a KDA of 12/7/28.
He kicked off the series with his signature Chaos Knight. His early game went disastrously for him and he was forced to a 19-minute Armlet of Mordiggian. He bucked up the slow start by working together with his team and initiating well. Game 2 was a better showing for Ame's Terrorblade. He farmed up the early game and got key items at good times. He was always rotating and pushing at the right time.
Falls short against Mineski
October 22, 2017
Ame finished with an overall KDA of 9/10/6 in LGD Gaming's 0-2 loss to Mineski in the grand finals of the PGL Bucharest Minor.
In Game 1 Ame played Ursa. This was a tough game for Ame, but he played well considering what he was up against. He suffered heavily in fights because of Mineski's many slows and stuns, and LGD were never able to make any plays with an Aegis on Ame. Once Mineski's heroes started to come online, there wasn't much Ame could do in fights other than trying to burst down a support. He finished with a 7/6/1 KDA. In Game 2 Ame played Viper. His early game was seriously slowed down by having to constantly switch lanes, trying to dodge a matchup against iceiceice's Broodmother. This stopped any chance Ame had of dominating a lane and snowballing off that. He eventually went back for a Hand of Midas at 19 minutes to try and catch back up, but by then the game was far too gone. He finished with a 2/4/5 KDA.
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