Jonas Elmarghichi 
Schalke 04
Ties for team-high death total
March 7, 2019
Memento ended Friday's loss to Fnatic with a 1/3/3 KDA as Lee Sin.
Memento couldn't help his laners get going as Schalke fell to Fnatic on Friday. The jungler was involved in all four kills, tying for the team-high with 100% kill participation. His one kill tied for the second highest total on the team, while his three assists stood alone for the second highest figure.
Lacks impact against SK
February 26, 2019
Memento ended Saturday's loss to SK with a 0/3/2 KDA as Olaf.
Memento struggled to really get going during Schalke's upset loss to SK. The jungler was involved in only two of seven kills, finishing with the team-low in kill participation. He had no kills, while his two assists tied for the second fewest on the team.
Can't secure kills
February 22, 2019
Memento ended Friday's loss to G2 with a 1/3/4 KDA as Nocturne.
Memento attempted to snowball the early game, but couldn't get Schalke far enough ahead during Friday's loss. He was involved in five of seven kills, tying for the team-high in kill participation. His one kill was the team-low, but his four assists tied for the team-high during Friday's loss.
Ties for team-high death total
February 21, 2019
Memento ended Saturday's loss to Vitality with a 2/5/3 KDA as Sejuani.
Memento struggled as Schalke lost the premier matchup of the day to Vitality. The jungler was involved in five of six kills, tying for the team-high in kills with two. His five deaths were also the game high, as Schalke fell in one sided fashion.
Ties for team-high kill total
January 19, 2019
Memento ended Schalke's win over Vitality with a 5/1/2 KDA as Olaf.
Memento helped Schalke pick up an upset win over Vitality with a fine performance on Olaf. He was involved in seven of 12 kills, giving away the second fewest deaths on the team. His two assists were the team-low, but he made up for it by tying for the team-high in kills during the win.
Starting at mid laner for Schalke
January 8, 2019
Memento is expected to start at jungler for Schalke 04 to begin the 2019 Spring Split.
It's a bit ironic that Memento, a player that has performed on the highest competitive stage for just three seasons is essentially the veteran of a rebuilding Schalke 04 roster, as the jungler will join Odoamne as the two main threats on the team. While the roster doesn't feel much better than the one he left last season, there's potential for a Memento-led attack to put together some aggressive kill numbers throughout the Spring Split. Whether that'll offset the equally high expected death numbers remains to be seen.
Free Agent
Transitions to free agency
November 21, 2018
Memento will not return to Team ROCCAT as the organization was not accepted into the EU LCS for 2019.
All of Team ROCCAT will enter free agency, but Memento is likely the best of the available options given his relative success during the 2018 Summer Split. A 60/51/91 KDA line might not look impressive, but an excessive amount of deaths was likely a byproduct of continual use, as he finished with one of the highest kill participation percentages at his position.
Recovers from early error
August 18, 2018
4/2/9 was Memento's KDA as ROCCAT took down Misfits on Saturday.
Memento's Olaf didn't have the best start, as three members of Misfits Flashed onto him in his own jungle to take him down for first blood. Afterward, however, he thrived, assisting in a 3-for-0 tower dive and getting saved in the nick of time by Norskeren to prevent a trade kill. Olaf's aggressive nature as a champion synergized fantastically with the global presence of ROCCAT's team composition, which together facilitated dives and forward positioning throughout the game.
Participates in every kil despite loss
August 11, 2018
Memento earned a 1/4/4 KDA on Sejuani during his team's loss against Splyce on Saturday.
Memento had a strong start to his team's game against Splyce. After a slow early game, he stormed into things by picking up two swift kills for his team and securing a several-thousand gold lead. Unfortunately, this did not last. Despite playing aggressively and proactively, ROCCAT could not gain control of objectives. Trying to push the pressure, he made several aggressive calls that did not work out. As a result, Splyce took back-to-back teamfights that allowed them to close out the game and take a 46-minute victory.
Throws away his early work
August 5, 2018
Memento went 2/2/4 as ROCCAT fell to Giants on Saturday.
Memento's Trundle played a huge part in ROCCAT's early game, getting them into position for a straightforward win. He started off by forcing the enemy jungler into his mid laner for first blood, granting Blanc's Orianna an early lead. He then capitalized on that lead by returning for a tower dive, taking first turret after. Minutes later, he took advantage of his top laner's lane pressure with a Rift Herald for another turret. Memento's facilitation granted ROCCAT a huge tower and significant gold lead, but he threw it away when he went to kill Betsy in the split-push bottom lane, handing Giants the Baron on a silver platter.
Strong jungling results in victory
July 27, 2018
Memento earned a 2/1/5 KDA on Camille during his team's victory over H2K.
Up against the worst team in the league, Memento had a strong performance that allowed his team to claim victory over H2K. He started off the game by farming for a decent period of time, allowing the rest of his team to follow suit and build up decent leads for themselves. When it came to skirmishes, Memento was able to consistently find his way onto key targets of the enemy team. This made his team unstoppable, taking over the game with ease. After taking a 20-minute Baron, he was able to force several fights that allowed ROC to close out the game, taking a 25-minute win.
Decent showing despite defeat
July 20, 2018
Memento earned a 2/4/3 KDA on Kindred during his team's loss against MSF.
Going up against the only undefeated team in the league, Memento had his work cut out for him from the beginning. In order to win the game, he needed to take over early and snowball his team. Unfortunately this was not what happened. Up against another aggressive jungler, he found himself falling behind early as his team was dominated. After giving up First Blood, he stepped things up, finding small advantages for his team. Although unable to control objectives, his ability to find kills brought his team in contention with the enemy for the game. Unfortunately this success didn't last as ROC found themselves losing teamfights left and right. Unable to pick off key members of the enemy team, Memento died in a final fight, allowing MSF to close things out in 36 minutes.
Unable to get things going in defeat
July 14, 2018
Memento earned a 0/3/4 KDA on Sejuani during his team's loss against Fnatic.
Unable to get things going early, Memento did not have a strong performance during his team's loss against Fnatic. Although Memento was able to pick up an early kill for his team, he was not able to transition the kill into a meaningful advantage. Struggling to control objectives and the rest of the map, he could not bring his team the openings they needed in the early game. Try as he might, he could not stop the aggression of Fnatic that paid off. Although he had a decnet showing during the mid game that looked as though it may turn the tides of the game, his inability to control neutral objectives resulted in his team's eventual demise. Losing teamfights back-to-back, Memento's Sejuani was not enough to prevent his team from falling to the hands of Fnatic.
Amazing performance nets victory
July 13, 2018
Memento earned a 7/3/9 on Camille during his team's victory against UoL.
Starting off the game strong, Memento absolutely dominated UoL during the early game, giving his team the lead they needed to control the game. Ganking early and ganking often, he shut down the enemy team funnel composition and brought his team an early lead with ease. Once ahead, Memento split his time between forcing fights and controlling objectives. His play proved to be successful, allowing his team to take fights back to back to push the team's lead even further. After the enemy team took an early Baron, Memento was able to help his team win a fight to eliminate the buffs, giving ROC an opening. The team used this opening to force a final fight and destroy UoL's base, claiming a 33-minute victory.
Kindred pick doesn't pan out
June 30, 2018
Memento's scoreline read 2/4/0 by the time Splyce finished off ROCCAT on Saturday.
In a battle between ROCCAT's map pressure and Splyce's teamfighting, Kindred proved a fairly ineffective choice for both. Sure, the champion's range is good for sieging, but most of the tower killing was done by Profit in this game. Meanwhile, the pick denied ROCCAT a proper tank to teamfight with, causing Splyce to roll over ROCCAT in engagements. Even with ROCCAT's only two early kills under his belt, there was nothing Memento could do to win this game.
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