Xie JinShan 
Bilibili Gaming
Deathless during quarterfinal series
April 13, 2018
Jinjiao ended BLG's sweep of JDG with a 9/0/12 combined KDA.
Jinjiao finished Game 1 with a 4/0/10 KDA as Jhin. He was involved in 14 of 19 kills, ending the game with the second-highest kill total and tying for the third-most assists. In Game 2, Jinjiao used Caitlyn and earned a 5/0/2 KDA. He was involved in seven of 12 kills, leading BLG with five kills to close out the series. Jinjiao ended the series involved in 21 of 31 kills, ending with the second-highest kill total on the team.
Deathless on Jhin
April 6, 2018
Jinjiao ended BLG's sweep of VG with a 8/0/8 KDA in two games as Jhin.
Jinjiao finished Game 1 with a 5/0/6 KDA. He was unkillable, ending the game involved in 11 of 14 kills, while tying Mole for the team-high kill total in the opening game. In Game 2, Jinjiao earned a 3/0/2 KDA. He was involved in only five of 15 kills, lowest on the team, but tied for the second-highest kill total as BLG closed out the sweep. Jinjiao was involved in 16 of 29 kills in the series, earning the second -ighest kill total on the team.
Little opportunity for impact
August 7, 2017
Jinjiao went 0/3/3 as I May went down 0-2 Saturday to EDG.
Jinjiao never had much of a chance to do anything in this series. His team was slowly crushed in Game 1, leaving Jinjiao's Caitlyn with a 0/1/0 KDA. Game 2 was closer, but largely due to the efforts of IM's top and jungle, and all Jinjiao's Xayah could do was find a few assists to end 0/2/3.
Plays well in series loss
July 27, 2017
Jinjiao finished Thursday's sweep to OMG with a 4/2/8 combined KDA.
Jinjiao ended Game 1 with a 1/1/7 KDA as Varus. He picked up first blood, and his lone kill, in the fourth minute of the game. From there he was involved in eight of IMay's 10 kills, finishing with the second-highest assist total with seven. In Game 2, Jinjiao earned a 3/1/1 KDA as Jhin. He picked up IMay's first three kills in the game, ending the game with half of his team's kills.
Does what is needed to win
April 18, 2017
Jinjiao earned a 11/5/28 combined KDA during Tuesday's playoff win over QG.
Jinjiao played well in three games as Ashe, earning a 7/4/22 KDA in the first three games of the series. All four of his deaths came in Game 2 as he finished Games 1 and 3 unkillable. His accuracy with Ashe's Enchanted Crystal Arrow was excellent, using the ultimate ability to set up kills throughout the series. His 3/0/10 performance in Game 3 earned him the game's MVP award. In Game 4, Jinjiao switched to Caitlyn and earned a 4/1/6 KDA, helping Athena carry the final game with over 20,000 damage dealt.
Unable to carry I May past OMG
April 7, 2017
Jinjiao ended iMay's sweep to OMG with a 4/6/9 combined KDA.
Jinjiao ended Game 1 with a 3/2/1 KDA as Ashe. He grabbed two kills and an assist picking off Icon twice and World6 once in the mid game and a kill in the first teamfight. In Game 2, Jinjiao ended with a 1/4/8 KDA as Varus. He grabbed first blood picking off Five in the early game and an assist during an early game 4-vs-4 in the bot lane. He picked up an assist in the first teamfight and two assists picking off Icon and World6 in the mid game. An assist in the second teamfight, two assists in the fourth teamfight, and an assist in the final teamfight weren't enough to swing the game in I May's favor.
Solid kill participation throughout 2-1 series victory
March 25, 2017
Jinjiao ended I May's 2-1 series victory against EDG on Friday with a 8/5/23 KDA.
Jinjiao had a solid series over all, even having a solid performance in I May's Game 1 loss. Despite having weak laning phases, jinjiao rallied back in the teamfights late as he got plenty of protection to deal out damage. However, in Game 1 on Ashe, he overstepped the most as he finished with the majority of his deaths for the series. jinjiao did much better in Games 2 and 3 on Varus and only accrued one death. While he didn't score a ton of kills, he had plenty of assists to make up for it.
Strong Jhin games help lead I May
March 10, 2017
JinJiao ended Friday with a 10/7/25 combined KDA during I May's win over QG.
Jinjiao ended Game 1 with a 1/2/3 KDA as Ezreal. He picked up two assists in the first teamfight of the game, a kill in the second teamfight, and an assist in the final teamfight. In Game 2, Jinjiao used Jhin and ended with a 4/2/10 KDA. He grabbed an assist in the first two teamfights of the game and a kill and three assists in the third teamfight. He grabbed an assist picking off Ali in the mid game and two kills in the fourth teamfight. He grabbed an assist in the fifth teamfight and two assists in the sixth teamfight. A kill and an assist in the final teamfight allowed I May to even the series. Using Jhin again in Game 3, Jinjiao ended with a 5/3/12 KDA. He grabbed a kill and an assist during a four-man dive in the bottom lane and an assist picking off Kabe in the late game. He grabbed an assist in the second teamfight and a kill and assist picking off Doinb and Clid in the late game. Two assists in the third teamfight and three assists in the fourth teamfight followed, before a kill in the fifth teamfight. A kill and two assists in the final teamfight closed out the series.
Plays supportive role for his team
January 21, 2017
Jinjiao played to a 5/7/18 KDA Saturday as I May took down LGD.
As has become common as of late for AD carries, Jinjiao opted to play a utility role for I May throughout their series against LGD. He started off with a game on Ashe, and would take the first tower of the game in the bottom lane before rotating mid to participate in a 12-minute skirmish. I May would initially grab two kills out of the deal, and then make it four when Jinjiao dove the tower with the help of AmazingJ and Athena, who all expertly juggled tower aggro to make the dive perfectly clean. Jinjiao would land several crucial and impressive long-range Arrows as the game went on, all while maintaining a CS advantage, and ended the game with a support-esque KDA of 0/1/10. Jinjiao would return to Ashe in Game 2, but to much lesser effect. I May would lose a 3-vs-3 fight in the bottom lane early on, leaving Jinjiao with a death and facing off against a 2/0/1 Caitlyn. Needless to say, this was not an ideal situation, and Jinjiao and the rest of I May would be rolled over as LGD snowballed to a Game 2 win. Game 3 would be arguably the most impressive for Jinjiao, and certainly the best for I May as a whole. The first part of this game was spent farming evenly with Imp's Kog'Maw as Jhin, but Jinjiao would grab a kill onto Imp when AmazingJ walked into the bot lane for a gank. He would then go on to get another kill and two assists in the next bottom lane fight, and although he died in the process, by the end of it I May were solidly ahead, and they were able to roll LGD over to a series win.
Strong KDA in win over RNG
January 19, 2017
Jinjiao finished Thursday with an 8/2/17 KDA in two games.
Jinjiao finished Game 1 with a 3/0/8 KDA on Varus. He was assist driven early, picking up three assists in the first teamfight of the game. Jinjiao grabbed two more assists in the second teamfight after iMay secured the Baron buff. He picked off mlxg in the mid game for his first kill and grabbed a double kill and an assist in the final teamfight as iMay took Game 1. In Game 2, Jinjiao finished with a 5/2/9 KDA as Caitlyn. He picked up a kill and an assist during a 3-vs-3 fight in the bottom lane. A kill in the second teamfight and a kill and assist in the third teamfight followed. He picked up a kill and four assists in the fifth teamfight of the game and a kill and two assists in the final teamfight to help iMay close out the series.
Scales well to help carry late
October 10, 2016
JinJiao ended Sunday's win over Flash Wolves with a 4/1/7 KDA as Sivir.
JinJiao posted an excellent KDA in I May's win over Flash Wolves Sunday, helping the LPL side to their lone win of the day. JinJiao picked up an assist in the first and second teamfights and his first kill in the third teamfight. He was able to scale well into the late game, dealing big damage with Ricochet and Boomerang Blade, picking up a double kill in the fourth teamfight and a kill in the fifth teamfight to help I May close out the game. Missing his usual support, Road, JinJiao didn't miss a beat.
Low damage output in loss to SKT Telecom T1
October 2, 2016
Jinjiao failed to make much of an Impact in I May's loss to SKT Telecom T1 on Saturday as he finished with a 0/1/0 KDA.
Jinjiao started to fall behind in the mid game when SKT won some skirmishes. He struggled to do much in teamfights as I May's engages were quickly turned around. I May weren't able to hang on long enough to turn the game around as SKT applied pressure in all lanes. After failing to stop SKT's Baron attempt, there was little I May could do to stop them from winning.
Deadly Jhin play seals playoff win over WE
August 17, 2016
Jinjiao turned in a pair of beautiful performances on Jhin in the win over World Elite, finishing the series 14/8/36.
In Game 1, Jinjiao had his worst effort of the series on Sivir, going 0/3/6. With WE taking a very early-spiking composition, Jinjiao struggled to develop on the late game carry and failed to record any kills. In Game 2, WE failed to ban Jhin, allowing Jinjiao to pick him up with his team's final picks and use it to eventually take the game. I May pulled out this victory by combining the long-range slowing of Jinjiao's ultimate with the close-range brutality of AmazingJ's fed Ekko. In Game 3, Jhin went back to the ban list, leaving Jinjiao to take Kog'Maw alongside Road's Braum, facing off against a Sivir/Alistar lane from Mystic and Zero. Jinjiao used his early power to harass Mystic heavily in lane, giving I May an advantage when they went into 1-3-1 split push mode. This game was really decided by the strength of BaeMe's Aurelion Sol, but Jinjiao's lane pressure made sure that WE lacked the waveclear to really counter BaeMe's push. In Game 4, Jhin again went unbanned, letting Jinjiao snatch it up and then snag two early kills and a double buff during an extended teamfight around I May's red buff. This gave Jinjiao enough advantage to survive the aggressive Ashe/Braum lane coming from Mystic and Zero, and turned him into a complete monster by the late game. Jinjiao finished this game 7/0/9, letting the strong frontline play of Road's Alistar and AmazingJ's Ekko hold off WE while he shredded them from long distance.
Can't quite carry I May to a playoff victory against RNG
August 14, 2016
Jinjiao finished the playoff loss to RNG with an 18/10/14 KDA, but only really looked dominant once.
In Game 1, Jinjiao took Kog'Maw into the bottom lane against an Ashe/Karma lane from Uzi and Mata. Jinjiao struggled against the constant harassment from his lane opponent, falling behind in farm and then finding himself picked off on multiple occasions as RNG snowballed to a very quick victory. In Game 2, Jinjiao switched to Sivir and had a much better time in a very close game. After taking a Baron and securing the Elder Dragon, RNG tried to push their way into I May's base, but the wave clear from Jinjiao and AmazingJ was enough to cut their losses to just one turret. Seemingly frustrated, RNG hung around even after their buffs had worn off, giving I May a chance to find a pick, take the Baron and close out the game. In Game 3, Jinjiao switched to Lucian and had a decent game, but struggled to keep pace with Uzi's Caitlyn. As the game wore on, the difference in scaling as well as the protection of Xiaohu's Karma gave RNG the advantage, and Jinjiao and I May lost. In Game 4, though, it was Jinjiao's time to play the hero, as he picked Twitch against a Sivir/Alistar lane from RNG. Jinjiao had a quiet early game, as Twitch tends to, but hit another gear entirely in the late game, positioning himself perfectly to dodge CC from RNG while still Rat-A-Tatting through their entire team. This led to a Game 5, where RNG banned out both Sivir and Jhin, then selected an early Ashe/Braum lane. Rather than play one of his usual late game carries into such an aggressive lane, Jinjiao chose to go with Ezreal, leaving I May with relatively limited waveclear. I May spent most of the laning phase pushed into their turrets, giving mlxg's Hecarim plenty of space to farm up and carry the game, closing out the series.
Peaks at the right time to close out playoff win over Snake
August 12, 2016
Jinjiao finished 26/7/31, getting better as the series progressed.
Jinjiao started off the series against Snake by taking Sivir alongside Road's Trundle, but he struggled to make up for his support's mistakes. Road found himself caught out on a number of occasions, leaving Jinjiao alone and with a weak personal protector once teamfights began. In Game 2, Jinjiao switched to Jhin , and with Road having an excellent game on Alistar, Jinjiao was free to perform at his peak. Jinjiao finished this game 7/1/8, providing backline support as the rest of his team took strong divers and simply chased Snake out of every fight. In Game 3, Jinjiao went back to the Sivir and got off to a slow start, as Snake relentlessly ganked I May's bot lane to start off the game. Fortunately, Road took the brunt of the punishment, giving Jinjiao time to gain experience and gold while the rewards for Road's deaths shrunk away. Jinjiao ended up being more of a support for Athena's Vladimir and AmazingJ's Ekko this game, speeding up the two fed frontliners as they demolished Snake. Game 4 was Jinjiao's chance to shine, though, as he returned to the Jhin and was given a pretty ideal set of fights for the champion. This match devolved into a chain of Baron attempts, where one team would start the fight only to be killed by their opponents before they could secure the buff. Fortunately for Jinjiao, I May was playing from the blue side, allowing him to use the back of the Baron pit to corral Snake as he unleashed his Curtain Calls. Jinjiao finished the game 15/2/8, relishing the opportunities Snake gave him to sit back and shoot them like fish in a barrel.
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