Nisqy
Yasin Dincer 
Belgium
Cloud9
Helps Cloud9 to another win
February 21, 2019
Nisqy ended Sunday's win over Optic with a 3/1/6 KDA as Zoe.
ANALYSIS
Nisqy didn't dominate, but did enough to help Cloud9 pick up the win on Sunday. The mid laner was involved in nine of 16 kills, tying for the second highest kill participation on the team. His three kills were the third most on the team, while his six assists were second behind only Zeyzal.
Pops off in win
January 28, 2019
Nisqy earned a 6/0/4 KDA on Aatrox during his team's domination of 100 Thieves on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Nisqy started off strong against 100 Thieves and never slowed down. After dominating his lane, he was able to move seamlessly into teamfights, continuing to slay all in his path. His strength on Aatrox was apparent as nobody on the enemy team could do a single thing to stop his decimation. Though he was focused time and again, he had no trouble surviving and picking up kills along the way. Just as quickly as his domination began, it ended, with him storming into the enemy base and securing his team a 26-minute victory.
Gets going early
January 27, 2019
Nisqy earned a 3/3/4 KDA on Zoe during his team's loss against TL on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
While his team fell behind early, Nisqy was the sole member to find any semblance of an edge against his opponent. Unfortunately this simply wasn't enough as his team began to falter around him. As the game went on he began to struggle to hold his own lead. In teamfights he was able to deal a decent amount of damage but simply not enough to turn things into C9's favor. As a result, he fell in the final teamfights of the game, giving up the victory to TL at the 36-minute mark.
Teaming with Cloud9
November 29, 2018
Nisqy will join Cloud9, the organization confirmed in an announcement last week.
ANALYSIS
Nisqy will make his second stint in the NA LCS, previously teaming with Team EnVyUs during the 2017 Summer Split. The European player helped Splyce secure back-to-back playoff appearances in the 2018 season, including a third-place finish during the Spring Split.
Can't put down Perkz
September 15, 2018
Nisqy ended Splyce's 3-2 loss to G2 on Saturday with an overall KDA of 8/13/19.
ANALYSIS
Nisqy's performance wasn't terrible by any means on Saturday, but it was certainly lackluster and gave Perkz all the freedom he needed to carry multiple games. Even in the Game 1 win, Nisqy was heavily outfarmed by his opponent, and in Games 2 through 4, Nisqy's inability to keep Perkz controlled allowed the latter to run rampant, at times even giving over solo kills. Throughout the series, Nisqy never once had what could rightfully be called a carry performance, sticking to the background as Splyce's season came to an end.
Falls off in series loss despite strong showing
August 25, 2018
Nisqy earned a series KDA of 21/8/18 during his team's series loss against Schalke.
ANALYSIS
Nisqy had an overall amazing performance during his team's series against Schalke. Unfortunately, his individual performance simply wasn't enough to keep up with the team coordination of the enemy team. As he found leads, his team seemingly found ways to fall behind at the exact same pace. Every time Nisqy attempted to find an opening for his team, Schalke was right there to respond. Although he found multiple kills for himself, the rest of the threats on his team continued to struggle to get anything done. This ultimately resulted in Schalke taking the final two games of the series and closing things out 3-2 despite Nisqy's best efforts.
Embarrasses Betsy
August 18, 2018
7/1/7 was Nisqy's KDA at the end of Splyce's Saturday win over Giants.
ANALYSIS
Nisqy took LeBlanc as a counter pick to Betsy's Akali, and it wasn't hard to see why. Utilizing his range advantage, Nisqy relentlessly picked away at Betsy's health bar in lane, forcing the latter into a desperate playmaking attempt, which Nisqy capitalized on for an easy kill. From there, Nisqy grabbed multiple more kills in lane before moving about the map, picking off members of Giants wherever he went to end 7/1/7.
Gets going in the late game
August 11, 2018
Nisqy earned a 4/1/7 KDA on LeBlanc during his team's comeback win over ROC.
ANALYSIS
Although he picked an early game champion, Nisqy was able to show his dominance in the late game. Showing his ability to adapt, Nisqy bought his time after falling behind in the early game, determined to create an impact for his team. This is exactly what he did as time went on, focusing on every potential opening in an effort to bring Splyce back into the game. This strategy ended up paying off huge as Nisqy dominated in skirmishes, deleting key members of the enemy team time and again. With the momentum in his team's favor, he helped secure a Baron and ultimately work to close out the game. His efforts did not go unnoticed as he participated in all but one of his team's kills during the victory.
Strong Orianna showing nets win
August 3, 2018
Nisqy earned a 1/0/7 KDA on Orianna during his team's victory over UoL.
ANALYSIS
Much like the rest of his team, Nisqy had an extremely impressive showing over UoL. From the very start of the game, it was clear that he was simply the better player compared to his lane opponent. After picking up an early lead through farming, he grouped with his team to dominate skirmishes. Constantly catching out enemy members with his ultimate, he bought his team space to run over UoL uncontested. Time and again he was able to skirt around the edge of fights, using his Cleanse at crucial times to remain safe despite being heavily focused. As a result, he remained deathless in his team's 40-minute victory.
Comes through in the clutch
July 29, 2018
Nisqy ended with a 2/0/4 KDA in Splyce's win over Misfits on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
The slow pace of this game suited Nisqy and the rest of Splyce just fine, as Misfits lack of a true tank meant his long-range burst would scale fantastically into the late game. Indeed, it was Nisqy that started off the one true teamfight of the game, putting tons of poke damage onto two members of Misfits. As Kobbe's Jhin ulted to finish off those targets, Nisqy pounced onto Hans sama's Ezreal for a third kill, allowing Splyce to push for the Nexus.
Strong showing in victory
July 21, 2018
Nisqy earned a 5/0/5 KDA on Zoe during his team's convincing victory over Team Vitality.
ANALYSIS
Throughout his team's victory over Vitality, Nisqy had an extremely strong performance on Zoe. Starting off with several roams, he quickly found himself with multiple kills under his belt as the rest of his team had built up an extremely sizeable gold lead. The result was as expected, with Nisqy and the rest of Splyce trampling over Vitality. Although things slowed down during the mid game, Nisqy continued to pressure the enemy team, grouping with the rest of Splyce to dominate in skirmishes. Dealing huge damage from a range, he remained safe, ensuring that the enemy had no way back into the game. This paid off massively, allowing Splyce to win several fights and close out the game with a 32-minute victory.
Strong performance not enoug
July 9, 2018
Nisqy earned a 3/2/5 KDA on Lucian during his team's loss against Echo Fox on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
Although Nisqy had a rather strong performance overall, he was not able to bring his team victory against Echo Fox. From the very start of the game, Nisqy showed off his skill, picking up First Blood and double buffs that assisted him in lane. As the game went on, he was constantly involved with his team's kills, dealing huge amounts of damage. During teamfights, his positioning was stellar, allowing him to deal the most damage possible without dying. Unfortunately, the rest of his team did not have the same success. As his team fell around him, Nisqy could not keep things going, finally falling down after a couple teamfights. Unable to show up during the final fights in the game, Splyce was defeated, resulting in a 31-minute defeat.
Takes revenge against Liquid
July 7, 2018
Nisqy's KDA read 8/0/3 by the end of Splyce's win over Team Liquid on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
After finding the only kill for his team in their last battle with Liquid, Nisqy was once again the standout performer on Splyce, but this time in a game where his whole team fared much better. All of Splyce contributed to this victory, but none more so than Nisqy on Zoe, who roamed in order to maintain the game's highest kill participation throughout most of the game, taking nearly half his team's kills as his just due. He ended a deathless 8/0/3 as Splyce took down Liquid.
Finds team's only kill in jaw-dropping defeat
July 6, 2018
Nisqy earned a 1/2/0 KDA on Zoe during his team's swift loss at the hands of Team Liquid.
ANALYSIS
Although Nisqy earned his team's only kill during Splyce's loss against Team Liquid, he didn't have a much better performance than anyone else on his team. After an underwhelming loaning phase where he was unable to find a lea against a melee champion, he joined his team for a series of devastating skirmishes. As Team Liquid found a way to engage and quickly eliminate key targets, Nisqy could not keep up with the pace of the enemy team. Though he found a kill onto on of the enemy players, it was not enough to turn around the rest of the extremely poor showing. After picking up a kill at the 17-minute mark, Nisqy did almost nothing for his team but delay the inevitable. Only able to chip away at the enemy team, he sat by as his team was demolished after a tragic 27-minute teamfight. As a result, Splyce was defeated convincingly.
Flounders in mid lane
June 23, 2018
Nisqy crumbled against Exileh during Splyce's loss at the hands of the Unicorns of Love on Saturday, finishing with a 0/2/2 KDA.
ANALYSIS
While he may not have died as much as his jungler did, Nisqy completely fell apart in the mid lane matchup with Exileh. By the 12-minute mark, he was down 1,100 gold as Exileh essentially waltzed his way around the map during the early game. This game was a reminder that Zoe may not be the best pick in the current meta as Nisqy had absolutely no impact at any point during the 26-minute loss.
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