Broxah
Mads Brock-Pedersen 
United Kingdom
Fnatic
Impressive performance nets victory over ROC
July 14, 2018
Broxah earned a 5/1/4 KDA on Kindred during his team's decimation of ROCCAT.
ANALYSIS
Although he gave up an early kill, Broxah played extremely aggressively early and was able to bring his team a convincing lead. After finding a lead through kills, he started focusing on objectives, further assisting his team. Although he had full objective control, it wasn't necessary as he continued to dominate with kills and assists for the rest of his team. As skirmishes broke out, he had no problem dealing huge damage to key members of ROCCAT. With his early lead, he helped FNC pick up a 25-minute Baron that facilitated a final teamfight in the enemy base. Showing up big once again, Broxah was able to steamroll over the enemy team, securing a 27-minute victory.
Makes it happen for Fnatic
July 7, 2018
4/1/16 was Broxah's KDA as Fnatic found the win over Echo Fox on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
In a game where his team dominated so heavily, it's no surprise that Fnatic's jungler had a great performance. On Sejuani, Broxah made moves for Fnatic all game long, finding ganks in the early stages and full-on engagements in the mid game. Due partially to his success, the late game never happened, but Broxah still tied for the most kill participation in the game, dying only a single time as Fnatic won Rift Rivals for EU.
Shut down during loss to Liquid
July 6, 2018
Broxah earned a 0/4/3 KDA as Taliyah during Fnatic's defeat to Team Liquid.
ANALYSIS
Broxah rode the knife's edge against Team Liquid with a risky Taliyah pick into Xmithie's Nocturne, and paid the price. The matchup is heavily dependent upon the early game, as Taliyah's pre-level 6 power is immense, but gradually gives way to the immense pressure that Nocturne's Paranoia puts on the map. Unfortunately for Broxah, he fell behind even before the level 6 mark, ensuring that he had next to no pressure throughout the whole game. Even worse for him was the his status as the only vulnerable backline target on Fnatic, which ensured that once Nocturne got powerful enough to assassinate him, he would continue to do so for the entire game. Broxah ended Fnatic's painful 34-minute defeat with the second-worst KDA in the game and less gold than Team Liquid's support thanks to his complete lack of kill.
Early-game pressure pays off
July 6, 2018
Broxah earned a 3/4/13 KDA on Trundle during his team's victory over Echo Fox.
ANALYSIS
From the very start of the game, Broxah had an impressively aggressive performance that paid off massively. Focusing the top lane during the early game, he was able to find two kills for himself just six minutes into the game. He did not let up on this pressure, constantly moving around the map to utilize his advantage and bring his lead to the rest of his team. With such a strong early game, he was able to dominate objectives in the match, helping his team burn down towers and quickly securing neutral buffs. Although he died several times in the process, he was able to find two Barons for his team that ultimately allowed the sieging composition to succeed. At the 30-minute mark, Broxah assisted his team in claiming a final teamfight victory, pushing into the enemy base with Baron buff to secure a 31-minute victory over Echo Fox.
Ties for team-high assist total
May 18, 2018
Broxah finished Friday's sweep to RNG with a 9/11/26 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Broxah ended Game 1 with a 4/6/7 KDA as Olaf. He was involved in 11 of 16 kills, tying for the team-high kill participation, while earning the second-highest kill and assist totals in the game. In Game 2, Broxah used Skarner and earned a 3/3/6 KDA. He was involved in nine of 13 kills, tying for the second-highest kill participation and kill total on the team. Using Skarner again in Game 3, Broxah earned a 2/2/13 KDA. He was involved in 15 of 16 kills, leading Fnatic in kill participation and assists in the final game. Broxah tied Hylissang for the most assists during Friday's loss.
Europe's #1 thief
May 15, 2018
Broxah went 2/3/3 in Fnatic's Monday win over Flash Wolves.
ANALYSIS
Broxah's Olaf managed to get Fnatic's first kill of the game with a top lane dive, but it was his plays later in the game that truly proved his worth. Not once, but twice, Broxah stole Baron right out from under Flash Wolves' noses, easily making him the most influential player of the game, and helping Fnatic hand Flash Wolves their first loss of the tournament.
Solid first half followed up by lackluster performance in the second
May 14, 2018
Broxah posted a 3/2/5 KDA on Trundle in Fnatic's loss to Royal Never Give Up on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Broxah focused mid lane early, which earned him first blood. While Broxah was in the mid lane, FNC's bottom lane began to get ganked and fell behind. However, Broxah and Caps were able to roam together and started to build a decent lead in kills. However, the team coordination started to fall apart in the second half as it struggled to do more than die in teamfights. Fnatic's last stand resulted in being aced, leaving it watching from the fountain as its Nexus fell.
Gets Rekkles rolling
May 13, 2018
Broxah finished Fnatic's win over EVOS on Sunday with a KDA of 3/0/6.
ANALYSIS
From the very beginning, Broxah's Trundle was laser focused on getting Rekkles ahead. Indeed, he managed to give first blood to his AD carry while the latter was still level 1, and returned to the bottom lane shortly after. This worked wonders for Fnatic, as Rekkles' Ezreal quickly hit his mid-game spike and took over teh game.
Strong performance in defeat against RNG
May 12, 2018
Broxah earned a 2/0/2 KDA on Trundle during Fnatic's loss to Royal Never Give Up.
ANALYSIS
Picking Trundle, Broxah found himself on one of the most powerful junglers on the current patch. Synergizing well with his team's Yasuo pick, he was set up for success early. After farming early, he assisted his team in picking up first blood. Unfortunately, as his side lanes fell behind, Broxah could not find any objectives for his team. This meant that RNG quickly found control of the map. Although he was able to help his team pick up occasional kills, being unable to get to the enemy Kog'maw caused Fnatic to be extremely vulnerable. Unable to touch the enemy carry, the final teamfight of the game went the way of RNG. The result was a defeat in 36 minutes for Fnatic.
Near perfect performance in victory over Splyce
January 20, 2018
Broxah earned a 2/0/7 KDA on Jarvan in Fnatic's 41-minute victory against Splyce on Friday.
ANALYSIS
With a monstrous performance in the early game, Broxah was able to quickly bring Fnatic into the driver's seat against Splyce. With first blood in hand, he was able to start snowballing the game. Picking up every dragon in the game, and two Barons, Fnatic was able to use these neutral objectives to continue dominating Splyce. Participating in nine out of his team's 10 kills, Broxah's performance was crucial to his team's convincing victory.
Picks up late first blood
January 20, 2018
Broxah finished Fnatic's loss to H2k with a 1/1/5 KDA as Sejuani.
ANALYSIS
Broxah's lone kill was a late first blood, coming in the 17th minute of the game as Fnatic had a slow and controlled early game. Broxah was involved in six of eight Fnatic kills, finishing with the third highest assist total with five. Unfortunately, he struggled to do much for Fnatic in the late game as H2k outscaled and picked up the upset win.
Decent showing not enough to disrupt RNG in series loss
October 23, 2017
Broxah earned a series KDA of 4/6/19 in Fnatic's defeat against RNG.
ANALYSIS
Throughout the series against RNG, Broxah had a consistently strong performance that nearly net his team the upset victory in multiple games. Picking Sejuani in nearly every game, he showed his mastery of the champion, quickly eliminating enemies to find leads whenever possible. Despite falling behind in the majority of the games, he was able to remain competitive in terms of objectives, finding every opportunity to bring his team into the lead. Although this didn't often pan out, it allowed his team to claim Elder Dragons and claim a surprising victory in Game 3 despite an otherwise dire situation. Although he was ultimately unable to bring his team a series victory, he showed his own personal strengths despite the tough series loss as Fnatic was eliminated from the World Championship.
Rises to the occasion
October 13, 2017
Broxah had an impressive 5/2/3 KDA in FNC's win vs IMT on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Broxah left much to be desired during FNC's 0-3 loss streak during Week 1. He responded by playing an aggressive flavor of the meta jungler, Rek'Sai. Instead of defaulting to the popular tank build he instead opted to build Enchantment: Warrior on his Trackers Knife. The extra attack damage paid dividends as it added more value to his support's Ardent Censer. However, his aggression was present before a single item was completed as he was able to take first blood in the mid lane before the game reached the five-minute mark. Additionally one of the most underrated plays of the game was his use of tremor sense in mid game. All five members of FNC were caught out of position, however, a clever decision to aggro the Krugs camp when running by provided tremors moving toward the IMT positions and FNC was able to carefully get to a safe place to back without losing a single member.
High death total in loss
October 12, 2017
Broxah finished Fnatic's Thursday loss to Longzhu with a 1/4/5 KDA as Rek'sai.
ANALYSIS
Broxah had an up-and-down game as Fnatic remained winless through their first game of Week 2. Broxah was involved in six of seven Fnatic kills, tying for the team-high assist total and highest kill participation. He also gave away four deaths, which was a game high, tied with Jesiz.
Early impact not enough to secure victory
October 6, 2017
Broxah earned a 2/1/3 KDA on Lee Sin during his team's defeat against Immortals.
ANALYSIS
Although Broxah was able to utilize his champion to great success during the majority of the game, he was ultimately unable to assist his team in securing victory. Although he facilitated early kills and started picking up numerous objectives, the end of the game was decided by a simple misplay. After his AD carry moved forward in an attempt to create a pick, Broxah had to stand by and watch as his hopes of winning the game were shattered. Though he was able to delay things, he could not bring his team back, resulting in Immortals taking the victory in 50 minutes.
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