Andreas Nielsen 
Evil Geniuses
Can't close out the series after a Game 2 shutout win
March 9, 2018
Cr1t finished a 1-2 loss to Liquid at PGL Bucharest with an overall KDA of 9/14/23.
In Game 1 Cr1t played Elder Titan. He looked extremely powerful in a few kills and skirmishes, but in the key late-game fights Cr1t was almost always the first one targeted by Liquid. Without his disables and damage, EG's teamfight was seriously lacking. He finished with a 2/4/2 KDA. Cr1t played Tusk in EG's flawless Game 2 victory. His snowball saves were a large part of what allowed EG to win this game without dropping a single kill. Additionally, he provided some incredible control with Ice Shards and Walrus Punch. Cr1t finished with a 6/0/15 KDA. Cr1t had a miserable time on Lion in Game 3. He was extremely under leveled thanks to a very weak early game and took 24 minutes to finish his Blink Dagger. Even with that added mobility, Cr1t struggled to be effective because of his low health pool and telegraphed spells. He finished with a 1/10/6 KDA.
Fights nonstop the entire game
March 8, 2018
Cr1t racked up the assists as Evil Geniuses defeated Team Liquid 1-0 in the group stage of The Bucharest Major. Cr1t finished with a 3/14/35 KDA.
EG and Liquid looked determine to fight this game out from start to end, and Cr1t was fine with that. Playing Rubick, Cr1t was involved in the action the entire time. Although he ended up tied for the EG lead in death with 14, he did rack up an insane 35 assists as he was part of 38 of EG's 44 kills.
Did not have a good time
February 24, 2018
Cr1t got knocked around as Evil Geniuses lost to 2-1 in the quarterfinals of ESL One Katowice, finishing with a 9/24/29 KDA.
All of EG had a rough series, but Cr1t had the absolute worst. He died a team-high 24 times in the quick three-game series, even dying 11 times on Io in EG's lone victory. Cr1t was didn't stand a chance of slowing down VP as they were firing on all cylinders. EG is still figuring out how the new roster will play off of each other in their new roles, but a top-six finish at one of the largest tournaments of the year is a great accolade to count as a learning experience.
Incredible Rubick game kickstarted Evil Geniuses
February 23, 2018
Cr1t had one of his best series in ESL Katowice 2018 in their elimination match against Newbee. The Dane finished with a KDA of 7/3/19.
Cr1t's Rubick in the series opener was impressive in every way. His rotations were on point and he farmed a Blink Dagger and a Eul's Scepter of Divinity by the 18-minute mark. He even had a clutch Repel Spellsteal that saved his teammates from Faith's Glimpses. Cr1t then switched it up to Elder Titan in the second game. He was once again efficient from the laning phase, and Newbee could not keep up.
Struggled to find any early momentum
February 20, 2018
Cr1t had a tough time against LGD at ESL One Katowice, finishing with a 1/6/9 KDA.
He did a decent job in lane, but Cr1t's Doom offered little in the way of stopping LGD's very scary pushing lineup. He could attempt to Devour a creep from xNova's Chen, but this often proved fatal to Cr1t thanks to Doom's low range on his spells.
Brutal loss for EG's support
January 27, 2018
Cr1t had a disastrous series in a 2-0 loss to Liquid at ESL One Genting. He finished with a 1/18/8 KDA.
In Game 1 Cr1t played Shadow Shaman. This was a brutal affair for Cr1t, who wound up dying almost every time there was even a scuffle on the map. There was so much burst and AOE damage on Liquid that all Cr1t had to do to get killed was show his face for a split second. He finished with a 1/8/2 KDA. In Game 2 Cr1t played Nyx Assassin. This was a miserable game for Cr1t, who didn't even get level two until six minutes into the game. From there he was just underleveled and food for the Liquid cores all game. He finished with a 0/10/6 KDA.
Two great Rubick games seal the win for EG
January 26, 2018
Cr1t finished with an overall KDA of 3/8/28 in a 2-0 win over at ESL One Genting.
Cr1t played a nice Rubick in Game 1. His positioning all game was excellent, letting him get a lot of use out of's spells. This was an excellent Rubick game with a lot of high-value targets, and Cr1t was able to really capitalize on it. He finished with a 0/5/16 KDA. Cr1t played Rubick again in Game 2 to similar effect. His positioning was once again on point, and there was a huge array of great spells for him to steal. He finished with a 3/3/12 KDA.
Sets the pace for Evil Geniuses in win
January 25, 2018
Cr1t controlled the tempo in Evil Geniuses victory over TNC in ESL One Genting. The former EG captain finished with a KDA of 10/12/40.
Cr1t played Tusk in the opening game of the series. His early rotations were sublime since his Ice Shards often blocked off the escape routes of his opponents. His 15 assists were the highest in Game 1 and underlined how active he was in the win. In Game 2, Cr1t played the roaming Rubick. His rotations weren't as good, but he was still a big help in securing Arteezy's good start. In the later parts of the game, he managed to steal Burrowed Strike and Thundergod's Wrath the most, which helped swing engagements in EG's favor.
Underwhelming game from Evil Geniuses' support
January 23, 2018
Cr1t had a rough time in a loss to Na'Vi at ESL One Genting. He finished with a 2/8/10 KDA.
He was able to make some decent plays with his Tusk, especially in the early game, but the sheer strength of Na'Vi's teamfight was too much for Cr1t to stand up against. Snowball is a powerful ability for sure, but when you're fighting into three huge ultimates it can't do much.
Falls short of the win
January 5, 2018
Cr1t was excellent in Game 2, but mediocre otherwise in a 1-2 loss to Team Secret at Captain's Draft 4. He finished with an overall KDA of 12/16/33.
Cr1t played Lich in Game 1 of EG's series. He started middle, where he helped Arteezy win his lane, and then transitioned into doing typical Lich things. Cr1t bought most of his team's wards, and positioned himself decently in fights, but ultimately couldn't really contribute much in terms of damage or control. He finished with a 3/3/7 KDA. In Game 2 Cr1t played an excellent Night Stalker. Despite leading his team in deaths, he contributed massively in fights. His silence was crucial to EG's success, shutting down either Timbersaw or Puck in fights and crippling Secret. He finished with a 5/5/9 KDA. Cr1t played Night Stalker again in Game 3, but couldn't find nearly the same success. He made some nice moves in the early game, but his mid- and late-game contributions were much less than in Game 2. In fights he was either burst down, or cleaved down by random damage like Luna Glaives and Pugna Netherblast. He finished with a 4/8/17 KDA.
Struggles to stay alive in loss
January 4, 2018
Cr1t was knocked around often as Evil Geniuses lost to CompLexity Gaming in the Group Stages of Captain's Draft 4. Cr1t finished with a 0/5/4 KDA.
With all of EG having to learn new roles, this game was a bit of a mess. Even Cr1t looked uncomfortable as EG is going through a learning curve. Cr1t will have the opportunity to rebound quickly as the tournament continues.
Supports his team to a clean win
January 4, 2018
Cr1t finished with a 3/6/15 KDA in a commanding win over Pain Gaming at Captain's Draft 4.
Cr1t played Io, support his team and often sacrificing himself to save them. His positioning was very good throughout most of the game, letting him get off some nice saves with Relocate.
Tough loss for Evil Geniuses' position four
December 16, 2017
Cr1t struggled to find momentum in a 0-2 loss to OG at the Summit 8. He finished with an overall KDA of 6/15/10.
Cr1t played Slardar in Game 1 but struggled to get much done. His early rotations weren't very successful, which led to a poorly timed Blink Dagger. By the time Cr1t was ready to start fights, OG were too far ahead. He finished with a 2/7/6 KDA. EG went back for Cr1t's Slardar again in Game 2, and Cr1t once again found himself struggling to get in and start fights. There was so much disable and healing on the side of OG that Cr1t felt helpless after his initial stun. He finished with a 4/8/4 KDA.
Wild card berth secured
December 14, 2017
Cr1t started strong but fell flat in Game 3 vs compLexity at the Summit 8. He finished with an overall KDA of 6/14/44.
In Game 1 Cr1t played Clockwerk. He was exceptionally effective this game against compLexity's Bane and Brewmaster, who both rely on long cast animations and struggle massively against Battery Assault. Cr1t's positioning allowed him to be a major issue all game long for compLexity. He finished with a 3/5/16 KDA. In Game 2 Cr1t played Earth Spirit. As one of the few remaining Earth Spirit players, Cr1t often gives us a nice reminder of just how strong this hero can be in the right hands. Although his early movements weren't great, Cr1t was an incredibly potent force in the later stages of the game. He finished with a 1/2/19 KDA.Cr1t played Earth Spirit again in Game 3, but not to nearly the same effect. He finished with a 2/7/9 KDA.
Racks up the assists in losing effort
December 13, 2017
Cr1t was all over the place as Evil Geniuses lost to Team Kinguin 2-1 in the Group Stages of The Summit 8. Cr1t finished with a 8/11/45 KDA in the series.
Focusing on the positive, Cr1t showed incredible mobility all series long. He finished with a series-high 45 assists, as he grabbed 21 assists in a single game on Earth Spirit. On a negative note, he had all of his deaths in the two games EG lost as Team Kinguin edged them out late in Game 3 to seal the 2-1 series win. We know the talent of Cr1t and EG, but feel like we are still waiting for them to click and dominate the field.
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