Kim Bae-in 
South Korea
G2 Esports
Pops off when it matters
September 16, 2018
Wadid earned a series KDA of 4/9/34 during his team's 3-1 series victory over FC Schalke 04.
Wadid had an up and down performance during his team's series against Schalke, but ultimately, he was able to preserve and help his team claim victory. Starting off with a pair of Tahm Kench games, he was quiet in victory and poor in his team's single defeat. Though he tried his best, he simply could not make things happen at times when needed, giving up multiple deaths in the process. Although he had an unfortunate Game 2, he was able to bounce back with ease in the following two games. Finding his way onto engage champions he was able to make plays happen for his team, constantly finding the enemy team caught off guard. Earning a perfect 3/0/20 KDA across the final two games of the series, Wadid's newfound confidence was just what G2 needed to close out the series, securing the team's berth at the 2018 World Championship.
Provides necessary crowd control in win
August 11, 2018
Wadid earned a 0/3/15 KDA on Braum during his team's victory over Unicorns of Love.
Although he was ganked and gave up a death early, Wadid had no problem bouncing back into things to dominate Unicorns of Love. As the game came down to frequent skirmishes, he was able to consistently hit key members of the enemy team in order to allow them to take skirmish victories left and right. Able to not only engage but also disengage and prevent the enemy team from reaching his carries, he gave his team every tool necessary to win. Once he found a lead, he used vision control to take over the rest of the map. As a result, G2 took a convincing victory over Unicorns of Love.
Useless in loss
August 5, 2018
Wadid earned a poor 1/3/1 KDA during his team's loss against Fnatic.
Wadid struggled throughout his team's entire performance against Fnatic. After falling behind during the mid game, he seemed unsure of how to recover. Unable to hit any sort of crowd control onto the enemy team, he seemed content to sit by and wait for the rest of his team to get something done. This strategy never paid off as his reactive style was too slow for Fnatic's quick engagements. Although G2 tried to get anything done, Wadid's inability to find an opening or keep his carries safe meant that the team simply had no chance. As a result, Fnatic was able to claim a 27-minute victory.
Makes the difference for G2
July 21, 2018
0/2/11 was Wadid's scoreline by the end of G2's Friday win over Team Vitality.
While Wadid wasn't heavily involved in the game's early action, since most of it took place topside, he came through in the late game on Alistar. The game had been left very close after a blunder of a dive by G2, but the difference between the teams was ultimately Wadid's playmaking. He found engagement after engagement for G2, creating picks that turned into Barons, turrets, and more kills. Wadid was arguably the most important factor in G2's win.
Unable to keep up pressure in defeat
July 14, 2018
Wadid finished his team's defeat against Misfits with a 0/2/2 KDA on Tahm Kench.
Although he started off with a strong amount of pressure in the early game, Wadid quickly fell off alongside the rest of his team during their defeat against Misfits. After helping his team pick up a couple of kills, Wadid began struggling to get much of anything done. Falling behind, he could not provide the initiation tools his team needed to win teamfights as they began to have a larger impact on the outcome of the game. Unable to control vision to provide his team with the map control necessary, Wadid could not help his team bring things back in their favor, resulting in an eventual 38-minute defeat.
Strong showing on Pyke nets win
July 9, 2018
Wadid earned a 3/2/14 KDA on Pyke during G2's victory over 100T on Thursday.
Throughout G2's victory over 100T, Wadid had a strong performance that assisted his team in claiming victory. He started things off with a slow lane phase, but despite being unable to pick up kills, found himself controlling the vision game. This ultimately assisted his team greatly as G2 put heavy emphasis on the macro side of things later down the line. As the game began to pick up the pace, Wadid had no problem locking down key targets on the enemy team, assisting his team in quickly eliminating carries. While fights broke out, Wadid's ability to disrupt the enemy team became apparent. Creating chaos allowed G2 to take teamfights over and over again, giving the team the win they needed to ultimately close out the game. Wadid's strong performance allowed him to participate in the majority of his team's kills during the 45-minute victory.
Near flawless showing in dominating victory against Liquid
July 8, 2018
Wadid earned a 0/1/15 KDA on Alistar during G2's 26-minute victory against TL.
From the very start of the game Wadid had a stellar performance that allowed his team to take a swift victory. Forcing an early skirmish, he helped pick up an easy kill onto the enemy laner and immediately began roaming. His roaming was extremely successful as he found kills left, right, and center. As the game picked up the pace, so did Wadid. He continued to roam and force fights, constantly picking off key targets on the side of Team Liquid. At the same time, he was able to control vision, giving his team full reign of the map. As G2 had a massive lead, Wadid was able to continuously force exchanges that went in his team's favor. As a result, G2 had no problem taking teamfight victories, closing out the game in just 26 minutes.
Taunts up a storm
June 30, 2018
Wadid ended with a 1/1/5 KDA as G2 triumphed over Unicorns of Love on Saturday.
Wadid's sole death on Shen this game was due to an embarrassing dive attempt, which was not only ill-advised but mechanically fumbled, giving up first blood. However, the remainder of the game saw Wadid play fantastically, particularly with his Shadow Dash, which regularly landed on multiple enemy members in teamfights. He didn't get many chances to make use of his ultimate, but that was only due to G2's dominating lead throughout the game.
Dominant Fiddlesticks performance results in victory
June 19, 2018
Wadid earned a perfect 2/0/11 KDA on Fiddlesticks during his team's victory over ROC.
With an extremely unorthodox bottom lane composition, Wadid was able to excel above his peers. Starting off strong, he found first blood for his team just three-minutes into the game. He followed up excellently, pushing lane and picking up a second kill and the first tower of the game before the 10-minute mark. From there, he roamed with his team expertly, regining death in his path wherever he went. His dominant performance resulted in him participating in every one of his team's kills. In true dominating fashion, he went deathless in the victory, allowing his team to take an extremely one-sided 24-minute win.
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.
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