Martin Hansen 
G2 Esports
Strong early and late
March 4, 2018
Wunder's scoreline read 2/3/5 by the end of G2's Saturday win over Giants.
Between an early top lane gank by Jankos and Wunder's own roam to the bottom lane, Wunder's Sion managed to nab himself the first two kills of the game. These would be G2's only kills for a while, however, as Giants dominated fights in the mid game. Wunder was often late to these teamfights, opting to ult in rather than Teleport and failing to land any meaningful crowd control. He stepped back up in the late game, however, as he was there to help G2 start off fights and landed crucial skills to help protect G2's scaling backline. This assisted G2 in their clean teamfight wins late, winning them the game.
Outplays Profit for first blood
February 23, 2018
Wunder ended Friday's win over ROCCAT with a 2/1/3 KDA as Camille.
Wunder finished the game involved in 50 percent of his team's kills. His two kills were the third-highest total on the team, but his three assists were tied for the team low. Wunder picked up first blood in the ninth minute, outplaying Profit to set G2 off to a good start.
Helps destroy Vitality
February 16, 2018
Wunder ended Friday's win over Vitality with a 1/0/7 KDA as Gangplank.
Wunder was involved in eight of 11 kills, finishing with the third-highest assist total on the team despite having only one kill. Wunder was able to scale into a threat early on in the game and dominated Cabochard in lane. G2 utilized their early snowball to control objectives, giving away no kills and dominating team fights.
Unable to carry on Gangplank
January 26, 2018
Wunder ended G2's loss to GIA with a 1/2/3 KDA as Gangplank.
Wunder finished the game involved in four of seven kills, tying for the third-highest kill total and lowest assist total on the team. Wunder struggled to really do much in teamfights, as he was unable to have any real impact on the game.
Late-game super tank
January 19, 2018
Wunder finished G2's win over Misfits with a 6/1/10 KDA as Cho'Gath.
Wunder did not disappoint during his team debut for G2 Esports as he scaled into a massive late-game super tank during the opening game of the year. He bullied Alphari to create an early creep score advantage and never relented throughout the entire game. He was involved in 16 of G2's 18 kills, leading the team with six kills while being a nearly unkillable frontline presence.
Open to moving on from Splyce
November 1, 2017
Wunder has announced that he's exploring his options with other teams for the upcoming LCS season.
With Splyce looking to be in a state of rebuild, they have granted all their players permission to seek offers from other teams. Wunder, like the rest of his teammates, is still under contract with Splyce, but teams won't face any penalties from discussing offers with the players with Splyce giving permission. Wunder is a formidable top laner that could possibly find a spot with a team in North America with a few new teams needing to field entirely new rosters.
Average as ever
September 9, 2017
Wunder ended Splyce's 0-3 loss to H2K with a 9/13/18 combined KDA.
Wunder used Gnar in Game 1 to finish with a 0/5/5 KDA. He was involved in 50 percent of his team's kills, finishing with his team's second-highest assist total. In Game 2, Wunder used Trundle to finish with a 5/4/5 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 15 kills, finishing second in kills with five. For the final game of the series, Wunder earned a 4/4/8 KDA as Kennen. He was involved in 12 of 18 kills, finishing the game with his team's third-highest kill total.
Struggles to carry
August 22, 2017
Wunder went an overall 20/18/36 in Splyce's narrow 2-3 loss to G2 on Sunday.
Wunder started off the series on Camille, and absolutely smashed Expect's Gnar. However, despite Splyce's early lead, G2 came back with a vengeance in the mid game, and Wunder initially struggled to keep up. However, once the late game came, Splyce's combo of Camille, Jarvan IV, and Galio made for an inescapable dive onto Zven's Tristana, granting Splyce a victory. Wunder refused to play tanks all series long, to mixed results. For example, his Game 3 Jayce, while it got a sizable lead, made it incredibly difficult for Splyce to teamfight, resulting in a loss. Ultimately, Wunder wasn't a huge playmaker for his team in this series outside of the first game, and his team couldn't carry him to a win.
Goes off on unorthodox picks
August 14, 2017
Wunder posted a 26/10/25 scoreline by the end of Splyce's 2-0 sweep over Vitality on Sunday.
In a fun series full of role swapping and cheeky picks, Wunder was actually one of the only players to technically stick to his role in Game 1 on top-lane Shaco. He struggled early on, giving up a level 1 first blood, but came into his own by the end of the game, picking up 16 kills as he dealt huge crit damage. In Game 2, Wunder's jungle Nocturne was key to Splyce's victory, as he was able to dive onto Nukeduck's jungle Kog'Maw, who was Vitality's lone true threat.
No real chance against Odoamne
July 28, 2017
Wunder finished Splyce's sweep to H2K with a 3/6/7 combined KDA.
Wunder finished Game 1 with a 0/2/2 KDA as Camille. He had 50 percent kill participation, but lacked any real impact of the game as he struggled to stand up to Odoamne's Rumble. It was a similar story in Game 2 as Wunder finished with a 3/4/5 KDA as Kled. He played better, involved in all but one of Splyce's kills, but again struggled to make much of a difference. He finished Game 2 with the second-highest assist total and tied Kobbe and Sencux for his team's highest kill total.
Lacks effective split-push
July 14, 2017
Wunder ended Splyce's sweep to G2 with a 3/7/5 combined KDA.
Wunder used Jax in Game 1 to finish with a 3/5/0 KDA. He picked up three of Splyce's four kills in the game, but lacked effective split-push throughout the game and never got to a point where he could pressure the side lanes for his team. In Game 2, Wunder played Kled and finished with a 0/2/5 KDA. He was involved in five of seven kills for Splyce, but with G2 snowballing he once again had little effect on the game.
Provides pressure throughout series
June 10, 2017
Wunder ended Splyce's sweep of Vitality with a 5/4/13 combined KDA.
Wunder utilized split pushing, lane bullies, Kennen (Game 1, 2/3/5 KDA) and Fiora (Game 2, 3/1/8 KDA), to help Splyce to a sweep over Vitality. In Game 1, he helped Splyce come back from an early deficit by way of superior teamfighting in the late game. Game 2 was a much more one-sided affair, as Splyce got out to a lead early and never relinquished control. In both games, Wunder provided excellent pressure in the side lanes and was near unkillable in 1-vs-1 situations.
Does the dirty work in Game 1, but poor draft costs Game 2
June 2, 2017
Wunder posted a 4/7/4 KDA in Splyce's 0-2 series loss to H2k on Thursday.
Wunder is usually one of the better performers for Splyce, and his Game 1 Jarvan play was illustrative of that. While his stats in the game weren't pretty, he did the dirty work and tried to keep his team in the game. A strong laning phase coupled with solid split-pushing kept the Jarvan prepared to engage. If there was a stat for "Most Forced Flashes," then Wunder likely would have taken that award home in Game 1. In Game 2, his Akali play was okay. He did cause the game to snowball out of hand, however, due to Akali not really being in meta or having any tools to force Fiora to stay in lane. The Akali pick in itself is questionable, and likely threw Game 2 before the game even started.
Finds himself caught out far too often in loss
April 11, 2017
Wunder posted a 9/25/16 KDA in Splyce's 2-3 series loss to Misfits on Saturday.
Wunder had a very poor series, especially compared to his usual output. In the five-game series, Wunder played Gragas twice, and Kled, Kennen and Renekton once each. The only game in which he actually put his team ahead was Game 2 when he played Kled. Overall, Wunder looked to be overextended a lot of the game during the laning phase, which made him a prime gank target. This may not have been as big of an issue if he wasn't playing against one of the more-aggressive jungler in EU. Wunder looked to have good targeting in teamfights, but it was hard to tell whether he was effective because he was often so far behind his lane opponent in terms of items. However, some bright spots come to fruition when he plays Kled. He did not hesitate to engage or retreat with his ult, and he was often a global presence thanks to that. Overall, he had an unusually terrible series. Maybe the meta doesn't suit him very well, but the top lane meta hasn't shifted much since the beginning of the season so he has had plenty of time to adjust.
Strong play not enough to dismantle UOL
March 31, 2017
Wunder earned a series KDA of 12/9/14 in Splyce's series defeat against Unicorns of Love.
Wunder started things off against UOL with a strong performance on Gragas, finding an early lead and rolling with it. Quickly becoming extremely tanky, he was able to pressure the enemy carries constantly while remaining safe. In teamfights, he was able to lock down priority members of UOL, allowing Splyce to take back-to-back teamfight victories and close out the game convincingly in 34 minutes. The rest of the series didn't go as well. In Game 2, Wunder opted for AD Kennen, a very niche pick. Although he was able to find a lead in lane, it was shortlived as he was focused heavily and his team began to fall around him. Unable to make up for his bottom lane's shortcomings, he was forced to try and split-push and eventually join his team in skirmishes. Unable to deal enough damage in fights, Splyce was defeated in 30 minutes. With the series resting on a final Game 3, Wunder opted for Kennen again. With a similar level of success early on, he was able to pick up a couple kills and bring his team a small lead. This didn't last forever, as UOL began forcing teamfights and Wunder found himself dealing a lackluster amount of damage due to not being AP. This allowed UOL to take skirmish victories over and over, securing objectives and choking out Splyce in the game. Though he tried, Wunder could not find a way back into the game, allowing UOL to take a 36-minute victory in the game and defeat Splyce in the series.
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