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Falls on Ekko
July 19, 2019
Jiizuke ended Friday's loss to Schalke 04 with a 3/8/0 KDA as Ekko.
Jiizuke continued to feed as he played in reckless fashion against Schalke. The mid laner was involved in three of seven kills, tying for the second lowest kill participation on the team. His three kills paced Vitality, but he also finished with a team-high eight of 18 deaths.
Feeds on Azir
July 13, 2019
Jiizuke ended Friday's loss to Fnatic with a 0/5/1 KDA as Azir.
Jiizuke did little other than feed during Friday's one sided loss to Fnatic. The mid laner was involved in one of five kills, tying for the team-low in kill participation. He had no kills and just one assist, while his five deaths tied for the team-high in the loss.
Wins as Sylas
June 24, 2019
Jiizuke ended Saturday's win over SK Gaming with a 4/5/11 KDA as Sylas.
Jiizuke helped Vitality take down SK Gaming with a decent effort on Sylas. The mid laner was involved in 15 of 19 kills in the game, ending with the second highest kill participation on the team. His four kills and 11 assists both finished as the third highest totals on the team during the victory.
Surprising Fizz pick
February 26, 2019
Jiizuke ended Saturday's loss to Fnatic with a 4/6/5 KDA as Fizz.
Jiizuke pulled out Fizz for the first time this year, but struggled to carry during Saturday's loss. The mid laner was involved in nine of 14 kills, ending with the third highest kill participation on the team. He led Vitality with six deaths, but his four kills also tied for the team-high in defeat.
Ties for team-high kill total
February 21, 2019
Jiizuke ended Saturday's win over Schalke with a 6/3/4 KDA as Vladimir.
Jiizuke helped Vitality pick up a one sided win over Schalke on Saturday. The mid laner was involved in 10 of 18 kills, tying for the team-high with six kills. Jiizuke and Vitality should continue to be one of the best teams in the LEC heading forward.
Gets going late against Fnatic
January 26, 2019
Jiizuke earned a 4/3/3 KDA on Irelia during his team's victory over Fnatic on Friday.
Although he started off by getting solo-killed by Galio, Jiizuke had an overall strong performance during his team's victory over Fnatic. After falling behind early, he was able to mount a comeback by simply outfarming the opposing midlaner. In doing so, he brought himself the resources necessary to slowly outscale the enemy team. As the rest of VIT found kills across the map, Jiizuke was afforded the opportunity he needed to scale and join final teamfights. This worked out perfectly as he dominated in the final two fights of the game, picking up multiple kills to secure his team's 32-minute victory.
Solo killed for first blood
January 25, 2019
Jiizuke finished Vitality's win over Fnatic with a 4/3/3 KDA as Irelia.
Jiizuke got off to a slow start, being solo killed for first blood, but turned things around to help Vitality pick up their second straight win. He was involved in a team-low seven of 14 kills, finishing with 50% kill participation. His four kills tied for the team-high, while his three assists were the fewest on the team. Jiizuke helped end the game by picking up three of his four kills in the game's final teamfight.
No kills in win over Splyce
January 20, 2019
Jiizuke ended Vitality's win over Splyce with a 0/2/7 KDA as Karthus.
Jiizuke helped Vitality pick up their first win of the LEC with a supportive effort on Karthus. He was involved in seven of ten kills, tying for the second highest kill participation on the team. He had no kills, but his seven assists tied Mowgli for the most on the team. Jiizuke was very good at pressing the R button on Saturday.
Dominates on four different champions
September 8, 2018
Jiizuke's scoreline read 19/6/23 as Vitality triumphed over Misfits on Saturday.
Playing a game each on Syndra, Zilean, LeBlanc, and Ryze, Jiizuke demonstrated his prowess on four completely different champion types. In each game, he found success in the early stages, taking lane advantages and benefiting from the constant early skirmishing. In Game 1, he wasn't able to translate his play into a win, but for the remainder of the series, he was a huge part of his team's victories. In Games 2 through 4, he died only a single time in each game, each time picking up at least 10 kill participation. Jiizuke was probably the biggest factor in his team's Saturday victory.
Looks frustrated in defeat
August 31, 2018
Jiizuke went an overall 9/19/33 as Vitality fell to Schalke on Friday.
Jiizuke stuck with Galio for the majority of the series, finding various degrees of success. He was never really able to keep up with Nukeduck in lane, except for arguably in Game 3, but his teamfight impact was generally solid. He didn't have any of the carry performances his counterpart did but remained consistent throughout, putting out good amounts of damage and crowd control. On Taliyah in Game 2, however, he struggled mightily, falling seven times throughout the game, often to Nukeduck's Irelia.
Controlled play results in victory
August 5, 2018
Jiizuke finished his team's victory over UoL with a 3/5/12 KDA on Galio.
Although his team was ultimately able to claim victory over UoL, Jiizuke didn't have the best performance of his career. After finding a lead early, he found himself constantly at the center of attention, being focused down by enemy ganks and resulting in him quickly racking up several deaths. Thankfully, the rest of his team was able to find a lead early on, allowing him to turn around fights and join his team to find success. Using his ultimate to great lengths, he assisted VIT in taking back-to-back fight victories over UoL. As a result, VIT was able to continue grouping and secure a 36-minute win.
Falls off hard
July 21, 2018
Jiizuke ended Vitality's loss to G2 on Friday with a 2/3/1 KDA.
On Zoe into the funnel-fed Taliyah of Perkz, Jiizuke was always going to be at a disadvantage. However, he managed to overcome that disadvantage in a big way early on, when he solo killed Perkz 1-vs-2 in the face of Jankos' Shen and then walked away. He followed up later on with a solid kill in the top lane to punish G2 for a poor dive attempt, starting out 2/1/1 overall. However, this was the end of Jiizuke's impact, as for the second half of the game, he earned neither a kill nor assist, simply dying two more times as the game went on.
Strong showing nets victory
July 13, 2018
Jiizuke earned a 5/1/4 KDA on Ekko during his team's victory over H2K.
Although Jiizuke did not have a monstrous performance in lane, he quickly found himself at a large advantage due to the rest of his team's performance. Able to finally join the action during a skirmish at 13 minutes, he began assisting his team by helping take down a tower and starting to control the map. As skirmishes erupted, he was able to deal moderate amounts of damage while disrupting the enemy team. After scaling up, his damage became too much for the enemy team to handle, allowing him to run rampant in skirmishes. Although he didn't participate in most of his team's kills, he was instrumental to the final teamfight victories of the game that allowed VIT to claim a 26-minute victory.
Pops off on Zoe
June 30, 2018
Jiizuke put together an 8/3/3 KDA in Team Vitality's decimation of Schalke 04 on Saturday.
Jiizuke continues to prove that he is truly one of the best mid laners in the EU LCS with yet another blistering performance here. Not only did he rack up kills with ease, but he actually ran circles around his opponents at every opportunity. Amazing thought that he had Jiizuke dead to rights in the mid lane during a 2-vs-1 but Jiizuke managed to turn around the disadvantage and even walked away with a kill on Amazing as he retreated. That was a perfect microcosm of how this series went for Schalke as Vitality pushed for an easy win before long.
Lowest death total in one-sided loss
February 16, 2018
Jiizuke ended Day 9e of the EU LCS with a 0/1/0 KDA as Zoe.
Jiizuke struggled to get ahead early and never recovered once G2 took over the game. He had no kills or assists as Vitality ended the game with no kills. On the bright side, his one death was the lowest total on the team.
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