Andreas Nielsen 
Evil Geniuses
Erratic performance from EG's star support
October 23, 2018
Cr1t had his ups and downs against Team Secret at ESL One Hamburg. The support finished with a KDA of 4/15/25.
Cr1t opened up the series perfectly with his Io play. Alongside Arteezy's Gyrocopter, he managed to take over the game with his early game pressure and sustain. He only died four times which was an impressive feat for the hero. Cr1t did a complete 180 in Game 2 with his Earth Spirit. His rotations didn't do anything for EG as they were dominated by Secret in Game 2.
Makes up for rough game with 43 assists
August 23, 2018
Cr1t was rough around the edges but Evil Geniuses still took the win against The support finished with a KDA of 3/16/43.
Cr1t started the series with support Chen. His early pressure through excellent creep micro killed Ramzes often in the early game. He was constantly involved with his team as he scored the game-high 18 assists. In Game 2, Cr1t shifted over to Vengeful Spirit. He was still always in the right place at the right time with his saving plays.
Game changing Nether Swaps
August 21, 2018
Cr1t was the Evil Geniuses lifeline against Secret. The Danish support finished with a KDA of 7/18/45.
Cr1t played Vengeful Spirit in both games of the series. His presence helped secure early game lanes for EG. But in the mid and late game was where Cr1t truly shined. His defensive Nether Swaps on his cores allowed EG to swing fights in a big way as Secret were left bamboozled with his clutch plays.
Convincing win to close out group stages
August 18, 2018
Cr1t finished with a 10/11/29 overall KDA in a 2-0 win against Fnatic in the group stages of The International 8.
Cr1t had a great Dark Willow game to start the series. He was a major threat practically all game, especially as things went later and his magical burst was actually a serious threat to Fnatic's cores. He finished with a 5/5/12 KDA. In Game 2 Cr1t played a great Pudge. Despite the recent and severe nerfs to the cooldown of Meat Hook, Cr1t still managed to be extremely effective all game. He finished with a 5/6/17 KDA.
High kill support game
June 24, 2018
Cr1t finished with a 10/8/12 KDA in a win vs Immortals in The International 8 North American qualifiers.
Although he did end up giving away a lot of deaths, Cr1t managed to deal a huge amount of damage and finish off tons of kills for EG. His constant barrage of magic damage was just one more problem that Immortals didn't have a great answer for, letting Cr1t rake in the kills.
Disappointing end to DPC season
June 6, 2018
Cr1t finished with an overall KDA of 2/10/16 in a 0-2 loss to Optic Gaming at the China Supermajor.
Cr1t played a nice Sand King in Game 1 but wasn't able to do enough on his own. Optic did a nice job playing around Cr1t, making it very difficult for him to hit multiple heroes with his spells. He finished with a 0/3/12 KDA. Cr1t played Sand King again in Game 2, finding himself in a similar position. He got a relatively well-timed Blink Dagger at 16 minutes but starting dying like crazy in fights afterwards. He finished with a 2/7/4 KDA.
Outmatched by TNC
June 2, 2018
Cr1t finished with an overall KDA of 20/16/36 in a rough 2-0 loss to TNC at the China Supermajor.
In Game 1 Cr1t played Elder Titan, setting up for some nice fights but losing control of things in the late-game. Cr1t played very well for the first 45 minutes of the game, but things began to unravel for EG in the later stages. He finished with an 8/8/15 KDA. In Game 2 Cr1t played Rubick. He made a few very flashy plays by stealing Rupture and Eclipse, but EG couldn't realistically rely on Cr1t to do this in every fight. When TNC starting protecting their spells better, Cr1t found himself struggling to have the same impact. He finished with a 12/8/21 KDA.
Does what he needs to
May 23, 2018
Cr1t came up short as Evil Geniuses lost to Fnatic 1-0 in the group stage of ESL One Birmingham. He finished with a 3/5/10 KDA.
Cr1t usually doesn't show up well in the stats, but he was able to make a difference here. On Rubick, Cr1t racked up an assist on half of EG's kills for a total of 10, while still getting three kills of his own. Unfortunately that was not enough, as even though EG and Fnatic were equal in fighting, Fnatic did everything else better. EG will need to try to survive elimination now.
Decent initiation despite losing
May 10, 2018
Cr1t played well in a tough loss to Team Secret at GESC Thailand. He finished with a 4/10/11 KDA on Sand King.
Cr1t's initiation was pretty good all game, but eventually his stun and damage couldn't carry the fights. As a position-four Sand King, he naturally transitioned into more of a support role after securing Blink Dagger, which meant Cr1t relied on having followup disables and damage.
Questionable boots delay
May 10, 2018
Cr1t had a rough series against Fnatic at GESC Thailand. The Dane finished with a KDA of 3/8/10.
Cr1t went with Skywrath in an aggressive dual lane with Fear's Axe. Their shenanigans against EternalEnvy didn't really bear much fruit and the EG gameplan was hampered because of it. His itemization was very stat heavy to allow him to survive Storm Spirit's burst damage, but interestingly Cr1t did not buy a Boots of Speed til the 29-minute mark, which could have allowed him to position himself better in teamfights.
Outpaced and eliminated by
April 5, 2018
Cr1t played Rubick in an elimination round loss to at DAC 2018. He finished with a 3/7/8 KDA.
This was a rough game for Cr1t, who looked to be consistently a step behind his counterparts. He failed to keep up with early rotations, and in fights his positioning left him vulnerable to's heroes. Cr1t never managed to get much value from Spell Steal either, other than a couple instances where he stole Rage and teleported away.
Impressive individual performance not enough
April 3, 2018
Cr1t had an impressive series for Evil Geniuses in the Dota Asia Championships 2018. The roaming support finished with a KDA of 16/6/23.
Cr1t's opening game on the Sand King helped Evil Geniuses dictate the tempo at some points of the game. His Burrowed Strikes were really impeccable and he even farmed a Blink Dagger at the 15 minute mark. He eventually even got a Black King Bar, an item you don't usually see a support affording. In Game 2, he was on his favorite Dark Willow. He was again making a lot of plays for EG even managing a solo kill on Ame's Gyrocopter. But as excellent as his game was Evil Geniuses would eventually fall to LGD.
Near perfect usage of Tusk and Sand King
April 2, 2018
Cr1t showed off his quality against Newbee as Evil Geniuses move on to the playoffs in the Dota Asia Championships 2018. The Dane finished with a KDA of 9/5/26.
Crit's Tusk in Game 1 caused a lot of problems for Newbee. His constant presence at the top lane was a thorn for Newbee and his Ice Shards rarely did not block the enemy's escape routes. In Game 2, his Sand King was the epitome of patience. He always waited for Moogy's Rage to time out before lining up the multiple hero Burrowed Strike. Once his Blink Dagger was online at 13 minutes, it was really over for Newbee with his impressive stun control.
Close game ends in disappointment
April 1, 2018
Cr1t finished a loss to Mineski at DAC 2018 with a 2/3/6 KDA on Dark Willow.
Although the hero looked impressive, it takes more than one slightly overpowered support to carry a game. Cr1t was frustrating for Mineski to deal with, but in the end he proved to be manageable. His spells were extremely strong in the early-game, but Mineski seemed to adapt very well while Cr1t struggled to keep up.
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.
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