Santorin
Lucas Tao Kilmer Larsen 
Denmark
FlyQuest
Strong to close the series
April 4, 2019
Santorin ended Saturday's 3-2 win over GGS with a 11/9/30 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Santorin helped FlyQuest advance in the LCS playoffs during Saturday's back-and-forth series against GGS. The jungler was involved in 41 of 54 kills, leading FlyQuest in kill participation. Santorin saved his best for last, closing out the series with a 1/1/12 KDA as Lee Sin, as Game 5 was his lone game with double digit assists in the series.
Carries on Kindred
March 15, 2019
Santorin ended Sunday's win over Echo Fox with a 6/1/9 KDA as Kindred.
ANALYSIS
Santorin helped carry FlyQuest to a win over Echo Fox with a strong performance on Kindred. The jungler was involved in 15 of 19 kills, tying for the team-high in kill participation. His nine assists were the third-highest total on the team, while his six kills paced FlyQuest in the win.
Just misses double digit assists
March 7, 2019
Santorin ended Sunday's loss to Optic with a 0/3/9 KDA as Jarvan IV.
ANALYSIS
Santorin ended the week with a loss despite a strong performance on Jarvan IV. The jungler was involved in nine of 11 kills, leading FlyQuest in kill participation. He had no kills, but his nine assists paced his team in the loss.
Two of three kills
February 26, 2019
Santorin ended Sunday's loss to TSM with a 2/0/0 KDA as Nocturne.
ANALYSIS
Santorin played decently, but it wasn't enough to take down his former team on Sunday. The jungler was involved in two of three kills, tying for the team-high in kill participation. He had no assists or deaths, but his two kills were the team-high during the loss.
Ties for team-high kill involvement
February 21, 2019
Santorin ended Sunday's win over Clutch Gaming with a 3/1/8 KDA as Lee Sin.
ANALYSIS
Santorin was highly active en route to helping FlyQuest take down Clutch on Sunday. The jungler was involved in 11 of 13 kills, tying for the team-high in kill participation. His three kills were the second most on the team, while his eight assists tied Jayj for the team-high.
Holds strong for win
January 28, 2019
Santorin earned a 5/1/8 KDA on Kha'Zix during his team's 40-minute victory over OPT on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Santorin showed his persistence during his team's victory against OpTic. Then entire early game was riddled with teamwide mistakes, quickly placing FlyQuest in a compromised position. Thankfully, Santorin showed resolve for his team, looking for any and every opportunity to bounce his way back in the game. This paid off as he found a series of ganks and skirmishes that allowed his team to start taking over the map. With map control, he took objectives, bringing FLY even closer in the game. As the game went late he was able to continue this effort, taking out key members of the enemy team to allow his own carries to dominate and close the game out with two back-to-back teamfight victories.
Unable to make up for team's mistakes
August 27, 2018
Santorin earned a series KDA of 8/7/7 during his team's loss at the hands of 100 Thieves.
ANALYSIS
Although Santorin had a decent performance during his team's series against 100 Thieves, it simply wasn't enough. In Game 1, he was able to pick up all but two of his team's kills and participate in all but one. Unfortunately, he didn't find any objectives, allowing his team to be choked out in the late game. Game 2 went better in terms of finding objectives, but once again, Santorin was unable to find the necessary openings for his team. In Game 3, Santorin stepped it up, playing more to find advantages for his team, but yet again, he found nothing but failure. As his team fell behind, he could not maintain control of objectives, allowing 100 Thieves to take the late-game victory. As a result, FlyQuest was defeated in the series 3-0.
Deathless in victory
August 13, 2018
Santorin earned a 2/0/8 KDA on Trundle during his team's victory over CLG.
ANALYSIS
After helping his team pick up an early advantage, Santorin was able to spring his team into the driver's seat of the game. Quickly focusing on objectives, he continued to bring his team advantages left and right, starting off with an infernal dragon. Quickly following it up with several skirmishes, he had no problem preventing the enemy team from finding openings. Securing a swift Baron after finding the lead, he was able to help his team find yet another infernal dragon, putting them firmly in the lead. After winning back-to-back team fights, he was able to secure a 32-minute victory for Flyquest.
Dominant jungle showing nets win
July 31, 2018
Santorin earned a 0/1/5 KDA on Sejuani during his team's victory over TSM on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Santorin dominated the jungle against TSM to secure his team a much needed early game lead. As the game went on, Santorin was able to consistently edge out the enemy jungler, focusing on maintaining map control to buy his team space. This paid off massively as the game came down to a base race that saw FlyQuest come out on top. As two of his carries focused the enemy bottom lane, Santorin was able to expertly delay Team SoloMid, stopping recalls to ensure his team had free reign. His efforts did not go unnoticed, as his team was able to backdoor the enemy base as it was defenseless. The result was a 32-minute victory, with the game ending abruptly for FlyQuest.
Half of FlyQuest's one-two punch
July 15, 2018
Santorin went 6/1/5 to take down Liquid on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
While FlyQuest's bottom lane won all on its own, Santorin's Gragas single-handedly won the top side of the map for FlyQuest, and he won it hard. His three-minute gank onto Impact granted him first blood, and he followed up with a double kill in a river skirmish before returning top for another gank. By this point, Liquid were 8-0 overall, and it was trivial for them to push for the win. Santorin's impeccable early game easily excuses his blemishing of the scoreboard with his team's sole death of the game.
Makes sole highlight play for FlyQuest
June 24, 2018
Santorin made the most of things during FlyQuest's rough loss to 100 Thieves, tallying a 2/3/4 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Despite the loss, Santorin managed to make the lone highlight-worthy play for FlyQuest in this game. As the team was getting picked apart with ease, he managed to get a flashy kill in the bottom lane during a 1-vs-1 outplay against Cody Sun. The kill didn't manage to do anything more than making him feel fancy with Camille, but it at least looked cool. It'll certainly be back to the drawing board here for FlyQuest who are now 0-3 on the season and in danger of slipping far behind early this Summer.
Underwhelming performance on Xin Zhao
June 17, 2018
Santorin scored a 1/5/9 KDA on Xin Zhao in FlyQuest's loss to Echo Fox on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Santorin was the first to play Xin Zhao in the LCS since Summer Split of 2015. While the champion has changed a bit since then, he still didn't have too good of a showing. Santorin didn't have any effective early ganks, with his best attempt trading his life for a kill, and struggled to do much in the late game fights. He tried to steal Baron but failed and it cost him his life. The Baron power play absolutely destroyed FlyQuest's base, toppling the Nexus over in under 24 minutes.
Reportedly signs with FlyQuest
April 13, 2018
Santorin has been signed by FlyQuest as their starting jungler for the 2018 Summer Split, reports Jacob Wolf of ESPN Esports.
ANALYSIS
After being benched by H2k during the Spring Split, it looks like Santorin is on his way back to North America. FlyQuest is looking to revamp their roster after a lackluster Spring Split and think that Santorin will give them the best chance at success. While the player is European, he falls under Riot exception as he is one of 10 players who claimed North America as his permanent residence despite this not being his original home. As a result of this signing, AnDa has been benched.
Benched after poor start
February 9, 2018
Santorin has been benched after a rough start to the season, lolesports reports.
ANALYSIS
Santorin will move to a reserve role as Caedrel, who lost his mid lane role to Selfie, moves to the jungle. Santorin has had a rough start to the season, resulting in a 1-5 start for H2k. Santorin will be benched for the foreseeable future as H2k try to fight their way off the bottom of the table in the EU LCS.
Unkillable despite one-sided loss
February 2, 2018
Santorin ended Friday's loss to UoL with a 0/0/3 KDA as Zac.
ANALYSIS
Santorin finished the game involved in all of his team's kills, leading H2k with three assists. Despite the high kill participation and deathless performance, Santorin struggled to make plays, eventually leading to H2k's downfall.
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