Juan Garcia 
Golden Guardians
Can't carry after falling off
March 12, 2018
Contractz went 3/4/1 as Golden Guardians fell to FlyQuest on Sunday.
Despite the loss, GGS had the much stronger early game in this matchup, and most of that was due to Contractz. His Kha'Zix dominated the map early on, finding first blood, helping his team to a 3-0 turret advantage, and controlling the first two dragons. Unfortunately, when GGS started to slip up in pushing their lead, Contractz quickly fell off. He continued to play well in most fights, but his champion simply lacked the ability to impact teamfights against the frontline-heavy composition of FlyQuest.
Pops off in big win
February 12, 2018
Contractz put up a 4/0/3 KDA in Golden Guardians' win over 100 Thieves on Sunday.
Picking Camille as his champion in this game, Contractz was absolutely on fire. Not only was he using his mobility to escape death by the skin of his teeth, but he used it to move in and out of fights to deal tons of damage. This helped his team picked up a monumental first win against one of the top teams in the league. If he can keep playing like this moving forward, Guardians could be on their way out of the bottom of the NA LCS basement.
Failed to recover after early gank backfired
February 5, 2018
Contractz scored a lowly 0/3/0 KDA on Jarvan IV in the Golden Guardians' loss to Team Liquid on Sunday.
Contractz struggled to get much of anything done on Jarvan IV. His first gank of the game was spoiled by Xmithie's Zac and the rest of the game as downhill from there. All of TL's damage carries were well fed and protected by the frontline, making Contractz's job of engaging impossible and his attempts cost him his life. In the deciding teamfight, Contractz and crew tried to stop TL's Baron empowered siege but came up empty, trading three deaths for no kills.
Teamfighting falls apart in mid game
January 29, 2018
Contractz scored a 0/4/6 KDA on Jarvan IV in the Golden Guardians' loss to Counter Logic Gaming on Sunday.
Contractz made some odd calls early in the game as he got taken down for first blood during a risky invade. However, Contractz made up for it during the mid-game teamfights as Counter Logic Gaming rotated around the map knocking down turrets. The Golden Guardians momentum didn't last long as it struggled to execute its teamfight late. Finding just the right engage became nearly impossible as it headed into the late game and GG lost crucial fights over Baron and protecting its base late.
Dominant in first half
January 28, 2018
Contractz posted a 3/3/10 KDA on Rengar as the Golden Guardians lost to FlyQuest on Saturday.
Contractz did his best to keep the pressure on FlyQuest as he picked the better early game jungler. However, the Golden Guardians couldn't finish off FlyQuest as their late game sieges were broken in close teamfights. The third Baron of the game was highly contested and Contractz forced the smite fight but lost. On top of losing out on Baron, GG also got lost the ensuing teamfight, trading three deaths for one kill. Contractz was one of the few left alive and he had no chance stopping FQ's Baron empowered push.
Can't make anything happen for GGS
January 21, 2018
Contractz ended Golden Guardians' loss to Clutch Gaming on Saturday with a 0/2/1 KDA.
Contractz learned about the dangers of ganking for a losing lane this game, as his attempt to get a kill back for Hai's Azir led to a counter gank by LirA's Evelynn, and two kills for CG. By then, it seemed to be too late for GGS to make a comeback, as they slowly yielded the entire map to CG and lost in 39 minutes.
Joining Golden Guardians
November 24, 2017
Contractz will team with the Golden Guardians for the 2018 competitive season, ESPN's Jacob Wolf reported on Friday.
Contractz likely represents the Golden Guardian's biggest splash in their inaugural NA LCS roster, as the former Cloud9 jungler was one of the best at his position regionally. Even in the 2017 World Championships, Contractz was the heart and soul of the team's success, however fleeting it was, posting a 80.4 kill percentage across 11 games. If the 18-year-old can build upon his regional success and develop into a quality player against international competition, the Golden Guardians could be poised to surprise teams in 2018.
Struggles during one-sided loss
October 16, 2017
Contractz finished Sunday's loss to EDG with a 2/5/2 KDA as Graves.
Contractz struggled to get anything going for C9 as they were dominated from an early stage. He was involved in four of six C9 kills, finishing with the second highest kill total on the team. With this blemish out of the way against EDG, C9 remain favorites to qualify as the group's second seed if they can beat ahq or SKT.
Unable to control the jungle
October 15, 2017
Contractz went 1/3/2 in Cloud9's defeat at the hands of SKT on Sunday at the 2017 World Championship.
Contractz took Ezreal in this game and didn't manage to make much of an impact whatsoever. This was despite Blank not exactly playing his best game here on Sunday. Contractz biggest claim to fame in this game was picking up a Baron for Cloud9 in the mid game, but Cloud9 had no clue what to do with the advantage and still ended up getting rocked by the game's end.
Team high death total
October 5, 2017
Contractz ended C9's Day 1 loss to SKT with a 2/5/2 KDA as Rek'sai.
Contractz was involved in four of five kills for C9, but gave away a game high five deaths in the loss. Contractz tied for the team high in kills and tied for the second highest assist total with three other teammates. Contractz tried to pressure Faker, but the SKT turned around an early gank in the mid lane which sank C9's chances of success.
Shines in win
September 28, 2017
Contractz tallied a 6/5/23 KDA in Cloud9's 3-0 sweep of Lyon Gaming on Thursday.
Contractz took this opportunity against Lyon to show everyone that he's going to be able to hang with the best of them here at Worlds. While his play in the group stage was fine, he was on another level in this series. Not only was pushing his team ahead with dominating play in the jungle, but he managed to completely marginalize Oddie in the process. He always knew just when to gank and went jump into teamfights to turn the tides. While he took five deaths in the second game, that was a game where Cloud9 battled back from an early deficit to walk away with a victory after 61 long minutes. If Cloud9 can get more of this from Contractz in the main group stage, the North Americans have got a chance to make some noise.
Dominates on Ezreal to secure victory
September 26, 2017
Contractz earned an impressive 5/1/13 KDA on Ezreal during his team's victory over Dire Wolves on Sunday.
Picking Ezreal for the first time at Worlds, Contractz was able to show his abilities on the champion despite his team falling behind early. As his bottom lane was heavily focused and gave up kills, he made a mistake trying desperately to pick up a kill that resulted in his death. After this death, he stepped things up, expertly kiting and dealing large amounts of damage to swing fights in his team's favor. As the lane phase ended, he was crucial to winning fights for Cloud9, bringing the team back despite an early deficit. Without slowing down, he was able to secure two dragons and a Baron for Cloud9, closing out the game in 25-minutes to secure Cloud9's perfect 4-0 score in the Play-In stage.
Heavily involved in Sunday win
September 25, 2017
Contractz ended C9's win over Team oNe with a 2/0/11 KDA as Sejuani.
Contractz finished the game involved in 13 of C9's 14 kills, leading the team in both assists and kill participation. It was a pretty straightforward game for C9, as they were able to topple the Nexus in only 22 minutes. Contractz was heavily involved in his team's success on Sunday, utilizing Sejuani's multiple forms of crowd-control to set up kills throughout the game.
Solo carries Cloud9
September 24, 2017
Contractz went 6/0/4 as Cloud9 took down Dire Wolves Saturday.
Contractz went with Nidalee for this game and demonstrated the immense early power of the pick. He started off by grabbing first blood in the mid lane and then continued to roam between mid and top, picking up kill after kill and snowballing the top half of the map ahead. By the end of the game, Contractz was 6/0/4, earning over half of C9's 11 kills and missing out on only one participation. Contractz was, by far, the biggest factor in C9's victory.
Mediocre early games
September 12, 2017
Contractz ended Cloud9's 3-1 win over CLG Sunday with an overall KDA of 10/11/34.
Up against the rookie of OmarGod, whose regular season play was uninspiring, Contractz was expected to have the advantage. However, this wasn't the case at all, at least in the early stages of the game. Contractz was involved in zero first bloods all series long, compared to the three of OmarGod. In Game 1, Contractz was even on the receiving end of one of these first bloods, as his overaggressive invade on Nidalee cost him. Cloud9 still won Game 1 handily, but Contractz was all three of his team's deaths in the game. Contractz switched over to the tanks of Jarvan IV and Gragas for Games 2 and 3, and while his teamfighting was solid, his early games remained lackluster. He cleaned up in Game 4 with a surprise carry build on Rek'Sai, ending the series on a high note as C9 qualified for Worlds.
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