Moon
Kam Boom Seng 
Malaysia
Mineski
Incredible Tinker game highlights win against TNC
May 16, 2018
Moon was the catalyst that drove Mineski forward in their win against TNC at MDL Changsha. The mid laner finished with a KDA of 27/4/17.
ANALYSIS
Moon completely styled on TNC with his Timbersaw in the series opener. He bullied Armel's Dragon Knight in the laning stage and he got a lot of farm to show for it. With him in the frontline, Mineski were diving Tier 2 towers with ease by the 10-minute mark. Moon's Tinker was the star of the show in Game 2. He took advantage of the fact that TNC had no real way of catching him. Moon even had a bunch of perfect cleanup jobs where he just wiped out TNC in the later engagements with his Dagon 5.
Eliminated in the worst possible way
May 5, 2018
Moon played well as Lina in a brutal best-of-one elimination loss to Virtus.pro at EPICENTER XL. He finished with an 8/6/5 KSA.
ANALYSIS
Moon played well almost all game, but unfortunately, that didn't matter when he died in the late-game. His choice not to go for Black King Bar really bit him in the rear. In those two crucial late-game fights, he was disabled and bursted down by Virtus.pro which left Mineski seriously lacking in damage and ripe for the picking by Virtus.pro.
Nearly perfect game from Mineski mid laner
May 4, 2018
Moon was on top of his game against Secret at Epicenter XL. The mid laner finished with a KDA of 5/4/18.
ANALYSIS
Moon went with his signature Death Prophet in the mid lane, and laned his heart out against Ace's Troll Warlord early on. A couple of lucky Arcane runes allowed him to get quality Exorcisms in exchange for objectives. Moon then had an impressive 16-minute godlike streak. His itemization made him a near-impossible kill for Secret with Aeon Disk and Eul's Scepter of Divinity.
Efficient showing from Mineski mid laner
May 1, 2018
Moon had a solid series for Mineski in their match against Team Empire at Epicenter XL. The mid laner finished with a KDA of 15/3/17.
ANALYSIS
Moon kicked off the series with his reliable Dragon Knight in the mid lane. He did well in his laning stage despite heavy harassment from Fn's Lina. Moon decided to get Blink Dagger for his first item and he started to swing the fight in Mineski's favor. He bought Black King Bar right after and was just spearheading every fight for Mineski on the way to his game-high 11 kills. In Game 2, Moon's Death Prophet had a quieter performance. He only had four kills but his mere presence for Mineski allowed them to take fights and objectives convincingly. His itemization of Eul's Scepter of Divinity and Aeon Disk made him an almost impossible kill for Team Empire as well.
Rough game but still gets the job done
April 1, 2018
Moon played Invoker in a win against Evil Geniuses at DAC 2018, finishing with a 4/3/10 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Moon ended up giving away a few unnecessary kills and missing a lot of spells, but over the course of the game things evened out. Although he did miss a lot of spells, he also dealt a lot of damage (20,900) to Evil Geniuses over the course of the game.
Spaced the map well but didn't do much else
March 5, 2018
Moon did his best spacing the map for Mineski but Complexity still took the win at the Bucharest Major. The Malaysian finished with a KDA of 3/4/5.
ANALYSIS
Moon still played Mirana despite the hero not being that meta relevant for the new patch. He struggled in the laning stage against Complexity's dual-lane of Chen and Tiny. Moon did still manage to get a 19-minute Aghanim's Scepter, which gave Mineski a way to stall the game. But he was picked off at some crucial times and Complexity capitalized by quickly taking objectives afterward.
Dominates Empire in a 2-1 win
February 3, 2018
Moon finished with an impressive 28/8/28 overall KDA in a 2-1 win over Empire at the fourth Starladder Invitational.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Moon played Mirana, continuing to show off his individual skill on the hero. As one of the few remaining pros who still plays Mirana, Moon tries to make every game a showcase of his skill. This was no exception; his positioning was excellent all game and he was able to dish out massive damage reliably in fights. Moon finished with a 13/1/12 KDA. In Game 2 Moon had a rough game on Juggernaut. He struggled to get into fights, often paying with his life. Moon also had to deal with the constant threat of Beastmaster, who could stun him during Blade Flurry and stop his attempts to flee. Moon finished with a 3/6/7 KDA. In Game 3 Moon played Death Prophet, finishing out the series with a very nice performance. His positioning was great all game, letting him get maximum use out of all his spells. Moon was also very good about having his ultimate available to turn fight wins into objectives. He finished with a 12/1/9 KDA.
Takes a game, but falls short of a win vs Newbee
February 2, 2018
Moon started strong but fell flat in a 1-2 loss to Newbee at the fourth Starladder Invitational. He finished with an overall KDA of 23/14/29.
ANALYSIS
Moon played Mirana in Game 1, showing off the power of simply playing a hero you're comfortable with. Despite Mirana not being very popular lately, Moon brought a lot to the table for his team in this game. His positioning was very good, and he did a lot of damage and disable. He finished with a 10/2/15 KDA. In Game 2 Moon played Puck, but his comfort on the hero wasn't enough to carry the day this time. He was dual laned against and fell behind early, and was never able to catch back up. He finished with a 4/6/4 KDA. In Game 3 Moon had a tough time on Death Prophet. Moon and the rest of Mineski were so reliant on ultimates, but Newbee did a great job playing around them. In fights, Moon found himself extremely hampered by all of Newbee's saves, and was unable to put his damage to good use. He finished with a 9/6/10 KDA.
Rose to the occasion against LFY
January 23, 2018
Moon was at the top of his game against LFY in ESL One Genting. The midlaner finished with a KDA of 12/3/21.
ANALYSIS
Moon played his deadly Puck in the opening game of the series. He easily outplayed Op's Death Prophet in the laning phase. His 11 minute Veil of Discord and 15 minute Blink Dagger easily set the pace for Mineski. His eight kills were crucial in his team's victory. In Game 2, Moon's Templar Assassin to another level. He schooled Op's Shadow Fiend in the last hitting department not allowing him to acquire enough souls to be a threat. His early game dominance allowed Mineski to pick up the lopsided win.
Strong and balanced showing rounds out win
January 4, 2018
Moon shined along with his teammates as Mineski defeated Team Secret in the Group Stages of Captain's Draft 4. Moon finished with a 10/5/19 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Overshadowed by gaudy stats of his teammates, Moon had himself a strong performance of his own. Having the fewest deaths on his team while still taking part in 29 kills on Ember Spirit is something Moon should be proud of. He can be even more proud of Mineski's 2-0 record as they are set to come out of groups undefeated. Mineski might just be the hottest team at Captain's Draft right now.
Starts Captain's Draft 4 with a strong performance
January 4, 2018
Moon finished with an 11/2/18 KDA in a commanding win against Vici Gaming at Captain's Draft 4.
ANALYSIS
Moon played Queen of Pain very well in Mineski's game against Vici. He used his mobility to great effect all game, eluding Vici's powerful but predictable spells in fights. He also contributed a lot of burst, as well as some nice right-click damage in the late game.
Early exit from the Perfect World Minor
November 23, 2017
NaNa had a rough time up against compLexity, finishing with a 5/5/5 KDA. Mineski is eliminated from the Perfect World Minor, finishing in 7th-8th place.
ANALYSIS
Although he did manage to secure a decent amount of kills with his burst damage, this was overall and underwhelming game from NaNa. In fights where he got kills, NaNa often had to Blink in too deep and give up his own life in exchange. In the long run against compLexity this proved to be a losing strategy, as most of NaNa's kills were on supports.
Solid series from Mineski's middle lane
October 22, 2017
NaNa finished with an overall KDA of 10/6/23 in Mineski's 2-0 win over LGD Gaming in the grand finals of the PGL Bucharest Minor.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 NaNa played Mirana. This wasn't a particularly great game from NaNa compared to his previous performances at PGL Bucharest, but he still delivered what his team needed from him. NaNa was often the one to die from LGD's focused fire, but his team was able to turn these fights around and capitalize. NaNa finished with a 5/4/10 KDA. In Game 2 NaNa played Puck. This wasn't a very flashy game from NaNa, but he played well given the situation. Five minutes of lane swapping set his early game back a bit, but NaNa didn't let that stop him. Despite his items coming a minute or two later than ideal, NaNa was still able to be a very effective teamfight controller for Mineski. He finished with a 5/2/13 KDA.
Dominant across both games of a 2-0 win
October 20, 2017
NaNa finished with an overall KDA of 33/3/20 in Mineski's 2-0 win over Evil Geniuses in the group stages of the PGL Bucharest Minor.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 NaNa played Puck. He drew relatively even in lane, but once NaNa started going for kills he blew the game wide open for Mineski. NaNa was untouchable in fights thanks to getting a lot of levels and a Blink Dagger very quickly. He finished with a godlike 16/0/9 KDA. In Game 2 NaNa played Mirana. He had another fantastic early and mid game, getting a lot of farm while being involved in many kills. He continued to play well as the game went later, especially when defending his own high ground. He dealt massive damage with his right clicks, and his positioning kept him alive through most fights. He finished with a 17/3/11 KDA.
Racks up the kills for Mineski
October 20, 2017
NaNa racked up the numbers for Mineski in their match against Natus Vincere at the PGL Minor. The young mid laner finished with a KDA of 28/14/22.
ANALYSIS
NaNa started the series with his signature Mirana against Dendi's Lina. He lost the laning stage pretty badly but made up for it with his mid-game plays. His Moonlight Shadows were timely and his Sacred Arrows connected for the extra crowd control. Nana finished the game with the game-high seven kills. In Game 2, his Tinker won the early phase against Dendi, but this time around his greedy positioning was punished often. 10 deaths on your Tinker is never acceptable. NaNa went back to Mirana in the final game of the series. His early game wasn't great but he still got his farm. He again picked up the pace after acquiring a 17-minute Diffusal Blade. Being involved in 17 of Mineski's 29 kills is a great feat as a mid laner.
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