Rikara
Richard Samuel Oh 
USA
100 Thieves
One kill in loss to iG
October 17, 2018
Rikara finished Wednesday's loss to iG with a 1/5/6 KDA as Xayah.
ANALYSIS
Rikara was unable to carry for 100 Thieves as they fell to iG for the second time in the tournament. He was involved in seven of 12 kills, tying for the third-highest kill participation on the team. He had only one kill, tying for the team low, but his six assists were the second most in the loss. Rikara did tie for the team-high death total, giving away five of 100 Thieves' 21 deaths in the game.
No kills in loss to Fnatic
October 17, 2018
Rikara ended Wednesday's loss to Fnatic with a 0/4/2 KDA as Kai'Sa.
ANALYSIS
Rikara couldn't do much as he was never afforded the opportunity to scale during Wednesday's opening game. He was involved in half of 100 Thieves' kills, ending with the lowest kill participation on the team. He had no kills, while his two assists tied him for the team low. Rikara also tied for the team-high death total, struggling throughout the loss.
Dominant statline
October 12, 2018
Rikara finished Friday's win over G-Rex with a 9/0/9 KDA as Xayah.
ANALYSIS
Rikara was the beneficiary of a strong performance by 100 Thieves during Friday's win over G-Rex. He was unkillable, ending the game involved in 18 of 23 kills, earning the second-highest kill participation on the team. His nine kills led 100 Thieves, while his nine assists were the second-lowest total in the win.
Gets the lone kill
October 11, 2018
Rikara finished Thursday's loss to Fnatic with a 1/3/0 KDA as Kai'Sa.
ANALYSIS
Rikara wasn't afforded an opportunity to scale into a threat during Thursday's loss to Fnatic. He picked up the lone 100 Thieves kill of the game, leading the team in kills while being involved in the lone kill. Rikara fell behind Rekkles in lane from an early stage and never recovered as 100 Thieves took a one-sided loss.
Strong performance results in substitution
September 11, 2018
Rikara earned a 3/0/8 KDA on Jhin during his team's Game 1 victory over TSM.
ANALYSIS
Throughout his team's Game 1 victory over TSM, Rikara had an extremely strong performance on Jhin that allowed his team to start things off on the right foot. After going toe-to-toe with the NA LCS MVP in lane, Rikara was able to continue to exert pressure over the enemy team. In teamfights, he was able to consistently remain safe while dealing large amounts of damage. Despite the enemy team trying to focus him down, Rikara's superior positioning was enough to keep his team firmly in the lead. Although the team was down numerous objectives, Rikara's strength on his champion was enough to keep his team from falling, resulting in a convincing victory. Despite the win, Rikara was substituted out for the remainder of the series.
To start in NA LCS semifinals
September 2, 2018
Rikara will make his NA LCS debut for 100 Thieves when they take on Team Liquid in the Summer Split semifinals on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
In a surprising move, 100 Thieves have opted to start Rikara over Cody Sun in the team's pivotal semifinals matchup against Team Liquid. While Cody Sun has certainly seen a dip in performance for the Summer Split, it's nonetheless an interesting move to start Rikara in his first NA LCS game against the reigning champions. Time will tell if the move pays off or how long Rikara will remain in the series before possibly being subbed out.
Signs with 100 Thieves Academy
December 26, 2017
Rikara has joined 100 Thieves' Academy roster, the team announced Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
Rikara was most recently seen with Gold Coin United asserting their dominance in the NA Challenger Series. While the team never managed to qualify for the NA LCS, they came very close with a 3-2 loss to Team EnVyUs in the Summer Promotion tournament. He will be bringing that talent to the NA Academy league along with his former teammate, Whyin. They'll be joined by Linsanity, Levi, and Kaizen for the 2018 Spring Split.
Roster History
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