Aliwi Omar 
paiN Gaming
Shut down after an impressive Game 1 comeback
April 27, 2018
w33 looked impressive in Game 1 but couldn't deliver a repeat performance in a 1-2 loss to Virtus.pro at EPICENTER XL. He finished with a 20/20/17 overall KDA.
w33 started the series on his signature Visage. He got crushed in lane thanks to an early courier kill but managed to recover extremely well. His burst damage and control in fights were both extremely strong. w33 also made a lot of very impressive plays that turned the tides of critical fights in paiN's favor. He finished with a 14/10/13. In Game 2 w33 played Visage again. He once again struggled in lane, but this time he wasn't given the space or time to mount a recovery. He quickly became an easy kill, and his familiars didn't fare much better. He finished with a 2/3/1 KDA. In Game 3 w33 played Death Prophet in another extremely one-sided loss for paiN. w33 had a decent lane, but things completely fell apart for paiN very quickly. There was nothing w33 could do in fights up against the much stronger Virtus.pro cores. He finished with a 4/7/3 KDA.
Free Agent
February 5, 2018
PENTA sports support player rMN announced via his Twitter that w33 would be joining PENTA as the new midlaner.
w33 has been floating around in no man's land for a while now and will hopefully help PENTA become a powerful contender in a somewhat fading and lop-sided European scene.
Announces disband and return to mid
November 27, 2017
W33 announced via his personal twitter that Mid or Feed would be disbanding and he would return to playing mid lane.
W33's announcement comes as no surprise due to the poor results earned by Mid or Feed since its inception. With the former TI6 runner-up returning to the middle lane he likely won't be without a team for long.
Free Agent
Announces his new team
August 29, 2017
In a tweet on Tuesday, w33 announced the roster of his new and still unnamed team.
w33 will be playing with Timado, canceL, KheZu, and Saksa. Despite having risen to fame as a middle laner, w33 will be taking the role of position four support. This has been the most important position on a team recently, especially during The International 7. w33 is already a clearly skilled player, but the upcoming season will reveal how well his skills have translated to the support position.
Fades down the stretch
July 24, 2017
w33 finished Planet Odd's 3-2 loss to Team Liquid in the Grand Finals of DreamLeague Season 7 with a final KDA of 50/12/43.
w33 started off red hot and by the end of the series was reduced to little more than ashes. In Game 1 w33 went crazy as Timbersaw in the middle lane. He racked up 27 kills and only died three times as Planet Odd took a convincing Game 1 win. In Game 2, w33's Puck was tied for most kills and second in assists and deaths as Liquid took the second game in a drawn out, low-score affair. In Game 3, w33 tried to stand up to Liquid's Huskar lineup, but it was futile as he finished the game with the only kills for Planet Odd. In Game 4, w33 put together another decent Puck performance, but couldn't seal Liquid away once Miracle's Anti-Mage entered the fray. In Game 5, the wheels finally fell off as w33 played a last-pick, middle lane Windranger. Despite getting the most kills and tower damage on his team, w33's selfish solo plays may have hurt more than they helped.
Tame, but consistently against Team Secret
July 23, 2017
w33 finished Planet Odd's 2-0 victory over Team Secret during the DreamLeague Season 7 Loser's Final with a KDA of 14/8/20.
w33 played Templar Assassin in Game 1 against a dual middle lane of Arc Warden and Spirit Breaker. Misery's constant rotation as Pudge made it so w33 was never in much danger. With the right item choices, w33 was able to easily dispatch MidOne's Arc Warden after the laning stage, helping his team to an easy Game 1 win. In Game 2, w33 played Lina against another dual middle lane, this time of Rubick and Visage. w33 struggled initially, but soon got his feet under him and was able to focus on taking objectives with his team and bursting down Secret's tankier heroes.
Gets the job done despite some tough games
July 22, 2017
w33 had a rough series in a 2-1 Planet Odd win over Team Secret in the DreamHack DreamLeague playoffs. He finished with a 19/20/33 overall KDA.
In Game 1 w33 played Windranger. This has been one of w33's signature heroes for a long time, and he is one of the few players touch the hero these days. This game was a nice example of how effective w33 can be. He was extremely annoying in fights with Shackleshot, and his damage output remained respectable for most of the game. He finished with a 10/3/6 KDA. In Game 2 w33 played Viper. He did well in lane, but in classic Viper fashion he proceeded to lose the game. w33 was annoying in fights, but far from being a threat. He finished the game with a 4/10/11 KDA. In Game 3 w33 played Lina. He had a rough game, serving as a punching bag in most fights to distract Secret from Resolut1on's Arc Warden. Despite this, w33 still performed his role well. His burst damage was effective in most fights, and he created a lot of space for his teammates. w33 finished with a 5/7/16 KDA.
Planet Odd middle lane doesn't bring enough
July 21, 2017
w33 couldn't get much going in Planet Odd's 0-2 loss to Liquid in the Dreamhack Dreamleague Season 7 playoffs. He finished with an overall KDA of 18/14/26.
In Game 1 w33 played Windranger. His game started with a nice lane phase, but he didn't make the transition out of it very well. Liquid struck hard and fast during the time where w33 didn't have the items he needed to be a big damage dealer, and he had a tough time being useful in fights. w33 finished with a 7/6/6 KDA. In Game 2 w33 played Mirana. He got absolutely thrashed in lane, but managed to come back into it through some nice kills and rotations with Moonlight Shadow. w33 opted for a physical damage based build against Liquid's Anti-Mage and Rubick, which served him well but not well enough. He finished with an 11/8/20 KDA.
Consistent high performances in 2-1 win
April 24, 2017
w33 finished Thunderbirds' 2-1 victory over Team Liquid during the Kiev Major group stages with a final KDA of 36/11/34.
In Game 1, w33 played Invoker in the middle lane. Though he farmed well early on, too many deaths in the mid-game spelled doom for w33 and Thunderbirds along with him. In Game 2, w33 played Bristleback. So tanky that he was essentially untouchable, w33 marched his team to victory without recording a single death. In Game 3, w33 played Puck. His high burst damage and excellent initiation served him well as he offered up Team Liquid on a platter for Resolut1on's Morphing.
Can't keep his team's heads above water
February 24, 2017
w33 finished Digital Chaos' 2-0 loss to Wings Gaming during the Starladder i-League main event with a final KDA of 15/9/18.
In Game 1, w33 played Mirana in the middle lane. w33 traded evenly with the opposing Invoker and managed to find his farm, but was unable to crank out the high damage usually seen from Miranas thanks to a lack of initiation and lockdown. In Game 2, w33 played Shadow Fiend. Getting the better of his opposition in the middle lane this time around, w33 was still unable to get the job done for DC. With a disorganized lineup that had little answer to Wings' arsenal of disables, w33 was ill equipped to handle Wings alone.
Missing out on DAC after a rough series
February 12, 2017
w33 was disappointing in Digital Chaos' 0-2 loss to Team NP in the DAC 2017 American Qualifiers. He finished with a 7/8/2 overall KDA.
w33 played Invoker in Game 1. He went for his extremely unconventional Vanguard into Mjolnir item build, forging access to lots of spells in favor of being able to right-click more effectively. This didn't turn out to be the correct choice for this game, and DC soon found themselves being overrun by NP. w33 finished with a 5/4/2 KDA. w33 played Invoker again in Game 2, but went for a more traditional Quas Exort skill and item build this time. Although it looked like he would be in a position to carry the game, Team NP's lead was simply too large. w33 was DC's only farmed core, and he couldn't carry on his own. He finished with a 2/4/0 KDA.
Consistent high performance in 2-1 victory
February 12, 2017
w33 finished Digital Chaos' 2-1 victory over compLeixty during the Dota Asia Championships North American Qualifiers with a final KDA of 19/4/36.
In Game 1, w33 played Invoker in the middle lane, Building Quas-Exort in order to deal with the opposing Tinker, w33 was able to begin pushing towers quickly and leave the killing to Resolut1on. Making the Tinker work to constantly keep the lanes even, w33 dealt 6.2k damage to enemy structures. In Game 2, w33 played Shadow Fiend in the middle lane. He had good farm and was never truly behind, but was still unable to fight due to compLexity's strategy. With their initiator sidelined for most potential engagements, w33 instead turned to objectives trying to force compLexity to trade or back off. In the end compLexity could not be deterred and eventually could not be denied as Digital Chaos threw in the towel, moving on to a Game 3. In Game 3, w33 played Ember Spirit in the middle lane. Unconcerned with the opposing Tinker, w33 moved into other lanes quickly, seeking every opportunity to punish compLexity's greedy lineup. Spreading out the wealth, w33 finished with 16 assists and no deaths as Digital Chaos earned a trip to the Grand Finals with a 2-1 win over compLexity.
Dominant in 2-0 victory
February 8, 2017
w33 finished Digital Chaos' 2-0 victory over WanteD during the Dota2 Asia Championships North American Qualifier with a final KDA of 20/4/33.
w33 played Queen of Pain in Game 1. Facing off against QO's Lone Druid in the middle lane, w33 easily won his lane and was able to quickly transition into ganking with Resolut1on. In Game 2, w33 played Ember Spirit in the middle lane. Facing a stiffer challenge this time around in QO's Shadow Fiend, w33 was still dominant. He snatched up Boots of Travel in just 15 minutes, along with a Veil of Discord. Cutting down WanteD's supports, w33 was prepared to take the game without the help of Resolut1on, if needed.
Rough series from Digital Chaos' middle lane
February 3, 2017
w33 got to show off his Meepo in Game 1, but it was all downhill from there. He finished with a 29/15/32 KDA in Digital Chaos' 1-2 loss to WanteD in the DAC 2017 regional qualifiers.
In Game 1 w33 played Meepo in the Dire middle lane. Although there were a few moments when it looked like w33 wouldn't be able to deliver his team a win, he eventually managed to completely overpower WanteD. w33 finished with a 17/4/9 KDA. In Game 2 w33 played Juggernaut in the Radiant middle lane. Although he got off to a decent start, this was a difficult game for w33. His effectiveness in fights was greatly limited by WanteD's mobility. It was extremely difficult for w33 to actually finish off kills, and he ended the game with an 11/5/18 KDA. Despite putting up a good score, DC lost Game 2. In Game 3 w33 played Invoker. He had a tough time in lane, and things never improved for w33. Although he found some limited success following up on Moon's Reverse Polarities, WanteD's lead was simply too large for it to matter. He wasn't able to actually finish off kills when DC needed it, so they lost Game 3. w33 finished with a 1/6/5 KDA.
Even play in defeat
January 22, 2017
w33 finished Digital Chaos' 1-0 loss to Team Faceless at the DotaPit Season 5 LAN with a final KDA of 2/4/4.
w33 played Queen of Pain in the middle lane against Jabz's Phatom Lancer. Plagued by some early setbacks, w33 was unable to help his teammates snowball during the laning phase and was fairly ineffective on his own without backup.
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