Kim Bae-in 
South Korea
G2 Esports
Flawless Braum play
March 4, 2018
Wadid finished off G2's Saturday win over Giants with a 0/0/8 KDA.
Wadid's Braum did everything that could've been expected of him this game, helping G2 to a comeback win. Giants' team composition was powerful in the mid game, and included heavy engage potential, but Wadid's protection and disengage was critical in mitigating the damage Giants could do with it. This allowed G2 to stall just long enough for their carries to hit six items, ending the game with two clean teamfight wins. Wadid went deathless and found assists on eight of nine G2 kills, only missing out on a first blood grabbed by Wunder and Jankos in the top lane, which can hardly be held against him.
Roams well on Tahm Kench
February 23, 2018
Wadid finished G2's win over ROCCAT with a 0/2/7 KDA as Tahm Kench.
Wadid ended the game involved in 70 percent of his team's kills. He was able to pick up seven assists, trailing only Jankos for the team high. Wadid effectively used Tahm Kench's ultimate to roam around the map, helping G2 get out to a significant lead in the mid game.
Lowest kill participation on team during win
February 16, 2018
Wadid finished G2's win over Vitality with a 0/0/7 KDA as Alistar.
Wadid ended the game involved in seven of 11 kills, finishing the game tied for the team's second-highest assist total. Wadid was able back up Jankos' long-range engages, utilizing Alistar's Headbutt/Pulverize combo to look Vitality members for what seemed to be an eternity. Wadid and G2 dominated Vitality, making a statement of their intentions for the remainder of the season.
Denied by Tahm Kench
January 26, 2018
Wadid ended Friday's loss to GIA with a 0/2/6 KDA as Thresh.
Wadid finished the game involved in six of seven kills. His six assists were the most on the team, but he struggled to really make plays. Every time he landed a hook, Tahm Kench Devoured the target, saving them from doom.
Utilizes devour to keep allies safe
January 19, 2018
Wadid finished G2's win over Misfits with a 0/3/13 KDA as Tahm Kench.
Wadid made a successful team debut with G2 Esports by helping them take down Misfits during Friday's opening game of the EU LCS. Wadid was involved in 13 of 18 G2 kills, tying Jankos for the team high with 13 assists. Wadid utilized Tahm Kench's Devour ability to keep his allies safe and rescue them from sticky situations.
Joins G2 Esports
November 22, 2017
Wadid will join G2 Esports for the upcoming split, according to ESPN's Jacob Wolf.
When it comes to Wadid, it's difficult to pin down where he's strongest as a player. He has shown the ability to do a little bit of everything, but has at times struggled with consistency. One thing that should make G2 fans optimistic for the future is Wadid's partnership with AD carry Hjarnan, who has also joined the squad. The two were a formidable lane duo with the ability to carry late into the game, not unlike G2's old combo of Zven and Mithy. Obviously, the rest of G2 will have a big influence on how well Wadid performs going forward, but fans should expect to be pleasantly surprised by the new blood in the bottom lane.
Best efforts insufficient
July 16, 2017
Wadid ended with a KDA of 1/9/31 in ROCCAT's 1-2 Saturday loss to Mysterious Monkeys.
Wadid made quite an effort to carry this series, starting with his mid-lane gank in Game 1 to snowball Betsy's LeBlanc. This nearly worked, as Betsy's LeBlanc came close to carrying the game before ROCCAT fell behind in teamfights. Still, Wadid landed some great hooks in the meantime. In Game 2 Wadid had one job, and that was to protect Hjarnan, which he did with gusto. After helping his AD carry to get fed, Wadid's Tahm Kench kept him safe from all harm in teamfights, between Devour, Knight's Vow, and Locket of the Iron Solari. As a result, Hjarnan was able to carry ROCCAT through the late game. Unfortunately, no one on ROCCAT looked very eager to do anything in Game 3, and MM took the series.
Inconsistent in series win
June 16, 2017
Wadid went 1/8/17 in ROCCAT's win over Fnatic on Thursday.
Wadid played three games of Thresh, his comfort champion, in this series, and never made a huge impact early on. Strong Thresh players are always able to land consistent hooks to help set up kills for his team, but he didn't really do much of that in this series. He didn't land a memorable hook of any kind until the second game, but that was perhaps a good thing since that was the game where ROCCAT needed a big victory. He was also strong in the final game to help his team lock up the improbable series victory.
Impressive on Rakan
June 2, 2017
Wadid ended ROCCAT's 1-2 loss to G2 with a 1/6/20 combined KDA.
Wadid dominated in Game 1 with a 0/1/14 KDA as Rakan. He showed off excellent engage potential on the champion and set up huge wombo combos with Phaxi's Galio in the mid game. Wadid finished Game 1 with 100-percent kill participation. In Game 2, Wadid struggled as Malzahar with a 1/4/5 KDA. He was unable to really do much as ROCCAT fell behind early and never recovered. Wadid used Lulu in Game 3 to end with a 0/1/1 KDA. He picked up an assist on ROCCAT's lone kill, but did little else in the final game.
Recovers after horrendous Game 1
April 1, 2017
Wadid went 1/11/27 as ROCCAT took down G2 2-1 on Saturday.
On Lulu for Game 1, Wadid had a horrific showing. His first action in the game was to die to Perkz's Syndra from over the wall, and the majority of his ultimates in the game failed to make any difference at all. He went 0/4/1 in the loss for the lowest kill participation and tie for most deaths in the game. In Game 2, Wadid's Malzahar did what Malzahar does, roaming to pick up assists with Nether Grasp. Wadid was often in the right place at the right time this game, finding multiple picks for his team, and also shutting down Trick's Rengar in teamfights in the win. Going with Alistar for Game 3 proved to be a magnificent choice, as this game all came down to teamfights. In these fights, G2 were desperate to dive onto ROCCAT's backline with their multiple assassins, and Wadid was able to shut down that effort entirely. With wins in every major fight, ROCCAT won Game 3 and conquered G2's undefeated streak.
Series high assist total
March 24, 2017
Wadid finished Friday's sweep of Misfits with a 1/3/19 combined KDA.
Wadid ended Game 1 with a 1/2/13 KDA as Lulu. He picked up an assist taking out PowerOfEvil in the mid game and two assists during a 4-vs-3 fight in the top lane. He helped pick off IgNar in the mid game and grabbed a kill and an assist picking off KaKAO twice in the mid game. Wadid secured an assist in the first teamfight, and three assists in the second and third teamfights to close out Game 1. In Game 2, Wadid used Tahm Kench and ended with a 0/1/6 KDA. He picked up two assists in the first teamfight and helped pick off PowerOfEvil and Alphari in the late game. He grabbed an assist in the second and in the final teamfight to close out the series.
Unkillable in series deciding Game 3
March 18, 2017
Wadid ended Thursday's win over Fnatic with a 3/5/20 combined KDA.
Wadid ended Game 1 with a 2/2/7 KDA as Tahm Kench. He helped pick off Broxah in the early game and grabbed a kill in the second teamfight. He picked up three assists in the third teamfight, a kill and two assists in the fourth teamfight, and an assist in the final teamfight as Fnatic took Game 1. Using Tahm Kench again in Game 2, Wadid ended with a 0/3/5 KDA. He picked up an assist taking out sOAZ in the early game and two assists in the first teamfight. He helped pick off Broxah in the late game and grabbed an assist in the final teamfight to even the series. Using Malzahar in Game 3, Wadid ended with a 1/0/8 KDA. He picked up three assists picking off Broxah, Caps, and sOAZ in the mid game, and got his lone kill picking off sOAZ again in the mid game. He picked up an assist in the first teamfight and an assist taking out Jesiz in the late game. His three assists in the final teamfight closed out the series for ROCCAT.
Fails to support his team in loss
March 6, 2017
Wadid finished with a poor 0/7/6 KDA in ROCCAT's 0-2 loss to Unicorns of Love on Saturday.
Wadid started off the series with the rarely seen Camille support pick. The pick never really panned out for his, as he never impacted the game in the manner that his team certainly wanted him to. His ultimate doesn't even do much in a lost teamfight, showing off the futile nature of the pick in this game. He switched over to Zyra in Game 2 and wasn't much better. He never managed to make much of an impact whatsoever, which left his team without a way back into the game. While it's true that there wasn't much action happening in the bottom lane, whatever little action did happen saw Wadid not do anything at all to contribute.
Comes up with no support in loss
February 18, 2017
Wadid posted a lackluster 1/5/6 KDA in ROCCAT's tough loss to Splyce on Saturday.
Wadid was strong with his Karma early on, using his utility to save Hjarnnan's life early on, which eventually led to a first blood for his ADC. As the game went on, however, he wasn't able to do much more. All of ROCCAT really couldn't do anything against the strong lineup of Splyce. Moving into Game 2, Wadid stuck with Karma and was a bit better, but not by much. When compared to the Braum of Mikyx, Wadid was simply too lackluster to help his team get ahead in this game.
Continues to rack up assists in loss
February 11, 2017
Wadid ended ROCCAT's 0-2 loss to H2K on Saturday with a 2/5/20 KDA.
Wadid was on Tahm Kench in Game 1 and had a fairly good game. The only problem was that he was more of a slaying presence than his ADC was. When your support has two kills and your ADC has none, there is a problem. Wadid moved over to Lulu for Game 2 and played better just like most of his teammates. He assisted on many of the early kills and gave his team a bit of an edge in the late game fights that ROCCAT almost used to get back into this game. They were on the right road to victory, but then they decided to try and force a Baron when they shouldn't have. This led to four of them dying, which allowed H2K to push into their base to lock up the win.
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