Sneaky
Zachary Scuderi 
United States
Cloud9
Not starting for Cloud9
June 13, 2018
Along with teammates Jensen and Smoothie, Sneaky was announced not to be starting for the beginning of the split in a YouTube video.
ANALYSIS
As the most veteran player on Cloud9, as well as probably the most popular, it's a huge surprise that Sneaky will not be starting in Week 1 of the Summer Split; former C9 Academy player Keith will play in his place. Owner Jack Etienne and coach Reapered indicated that the players' return to the starting lineup was contingent upon them actively earning their spots back, and stated that the moves were in the best interest of the team's success. Still, given the historical mediocrity of their replacements, it's hard to see the change being totally permanent, though only time will tell.
Outcarried on Caitlyn
March 19, 2018
Sneaky's KDA read 2/4/6 at the end of Cloud9's Sunday loss to FlyQuest.
ANALYSIS
Sneaky's pick of Caitlyn in this game proved to be an awful one, as he was equally or less useful than WildTurtle's Kog'Maw at every stage of the game despite having the opportunity to counter pick. He was unable to build a CS lead in lane, likely due to the support matchup, and when his mid-game power lull came through, FlyQuest's comp was peaking. FlyQuest's four tanks shrugged off the damage from Sneaky, charging fearlessly into Cloud9 to allow WildTurtle to clean up. By the time Sneaky had enough items to attempt relevancy, it was too late.
Early advantages not enough to hold off CLG
March 4, 2018
Sneaky amassed an 8/3/5 KDA in Cloud9's surprising loss to Counter Logic Gaming on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Sneaky got off to perhaps the best start that an ADC could ask for in this game, racking up three kills by the time 13 minutes had passed. It simply looked like C9 was going to just roll right over CLG with little to no opposition. The only problem was that as the game progressed, he and Smoothie couldn't hold off Stixxay, who scaled incredibly well. By the time the late game rolled around, any early advantage that he had built up was completely outweighed by the power Stixxay who hard-carried CLG to victory.
Clean play in victory
February 26, 2018
Sneaky posted a 2/0/3 KDA on Tristana in Cloud9's victory against Clutch Gaming on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Sneaky played well during the laning phase, dodging the majority of skills shot at him and staying close in CS. Once Sneaky got some gank help, he started to pick up kills and assists, building a lead in gold and levels. Cloud9 didn't waste any time pushing its advantage, quickly trimming away all of the outer turrets by the time Baron spawned. After securing the buff around the 23-minute mark, C9 smashed CG in a teamfight and pushed to win. While Sneaky finished with a below 50 percent kill participation, he more than made up for it by pushing turrets and objectives.
No kills in win
February 11, 2018
Sneaky put up a somewhat muddle 0/2/10 KDA in Cloud9's win against FlyQuest on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Despite being the AD carry for this team, he didn't really live up to his position in this game. Luckily for him, Jensen did enough carrying for the both of them, as the mid laner pushed Cloud9 to the win. That's not to say that Sneaky was completely useless, however, as he did manage put together the second-most assists in the comeback victory. Still, he may need to show up a bit more in the future to take some of the load off his mid laner.
Strong showing on Varus nets victory
February 5, 2018
Sneaky earned a 2/1/7 KDA on Varus throughout C9's victory over OpTic on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Finding an early lead in lane, Sneaky was able to easily become a threat against OpTic. As his team started finding leads around him, he had no trouble moving with them, remaining safe, and outputting huge amounts of damage. Despite being heavily focused, he gave up only a single kill in the near 40-minute game, weaving in and out of the enemy team during skirmishes. As his team took objectives left and right, he was able to flawlessly output damage, resulting in several teamfight victories to give Cloud9 a 36-minute game win.
Shreds through CG in the late game
February 5, 2018
Sneaky finished with a KDA of 1/1/2 as Cloud9 found a win over Clutch Gaming on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Sneaky went even early on in CS, which was just fine, since he was playing the late-game scaling Kog'Maw into the Varus of Apollo. Indeed, his scaling was accelerated in this game due to Cloud9's superb objective control, and he quickly reached a point where he had no trouble eating up CG's entire lineup. He did have an unnecessary death due to poor positioning, but played fine otherwise.
Deathless in stomp
January 28, 2018
Sneaky put up a 4/0/6 KDA on Kalista in Cloud9's win over 100 Thieves on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
While Sneaky didn't have to do much carrying in this series thanks to Jensen doing enough for both teams, that doesn't mean he didn't show up for this series. Even with most of the action taking place on the top side of the map, Sneaky still managed to find his worth in the late game teamfights. Not only that, but he roamed around with Svenskeren quite a bit to help secure the major neutral objectives all game long to further aid in the victory.
Better late than never in victory
January 21, 2018
Sneaky's Tristana posted a 1/0/8 KDA in Coud9's win against Counter Logic Gaming on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
The laning phase was pretty close for Sneaky as he was forced to make up for his lack of kills and assists with CS. There was little action in the bottom lane and Sneaky took a 0/0/0 KDA late into the game. Sneaky finally started to come to life in teamfights after the 29-minute mark, which is when C9 started to dominate and take control. After taking Baron, C9 confidently pushed into CLG's base and scored an ace before destroying the Nexus.
Does his best to carry
October 15, 2017
Sneaky posted a 3/2/4 KDA in Cloud9's loss to SKT on Sunday at the 2017 World Championship.
ANALYSIS
Sneaky grabbed Sneaky in this game and tried to get his team ahead. He started out a bit rough with a death for first blood, but then he got a quick kill just back at 15 minutes where he started to lay down the damage. As the game progressed, he was probably the best player on his team, but he simply wasn't able to do it alone. Cloud9 seemed to lack a certain amount of cohesion in this game, which led to the swift demise at the hands of the Koreans.
Shows up against ahq
October 15, 2017
Sneaky tallied a 3/0/4 KDA in Cloud9's win over ahq e-Sports Club on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Sneaky finally managed to get some help from his team in this game, which allowed his performance to actually mean something. He used a rarely see Caitlyn, but managed to put out a ton of damage all throughout the game. He especially dominated the bot lane matchup against AN, as he picked up two kills on his counterpart throughout the course of this win that essentially locked up the second seed.
Strong on Xayah again
October 7, 2017
Sneaky finished Saturday's win over EDG with a 2/1/7 KDA as Xayah.
ANALYSIS
Sneaky played well on what is quickly becoming his best champion, helping C9 end Week 1 of Worlds on a high note. He was involved in nine of 12 kills, finishing with the third highest kill total and tying for the second most assists in the game. Sneaky played teamfights exceptionally well, dealing big damage while safely navigating through EDG's attempts to take him out.
Carries with the best of them
September 28, 2017
Sneaky went 16/2/11 in Cloud9's victory against Lyon Gaming on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
Sneaky may have been seen as a liability at times for this team, but he sure picked a great time to show up in a big way for Cloud9. While Contractz was certainly the MVP of this series, Sneaky made a good case with his blistering performance here. His Kalista in Game 1 was a thing to behold, going deathless with six kills and a pair of assists in the 24-minute win. Even in the 61-minute marathon that was Game 2 where Cloud9 had to overcome a huge early deficit, he only managed to die a single time on his way to a 5/1/4 KDA on Xayah. With so many members of Cloud9 playing so well here in China, they are looking very strong going into the group stage next week.
Shakes off miserable lane phase to dominate
September 26, 2017
Sneaky earned a 5/4/12 KDA on Kalista throughout his team's victory over Dire Wolves on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Sneaky had an absolutely abysmal start to his team's victory over Dire Wolves, picking Kalista and falling behind early. After being repeatedly ganked, he was put in an extremely grim situation that looked as though he would be unable to recover. Thankfully, this was not the case as Sneaky showed his tenacity, sticking the game through and ultimately coming back. Thanks to assistance from his team, he was able to pick up a few kills for himself, quickly moving him from an extremely poor position to a favorable one. With an advantage, he had no trouble annihilating the enemy team, out positioning them in teamfights, and dealing uncontested damage. As a result, the rest of Cloud9 had no trouble following up, winning back-to-back teamfights and closing out the game in just 25 minutes.
Has an easy game
September 25, 2017
Sneaky ended Sunday's win over Team oNe with a 3/0/2 KDA as Tristana.
ANALYSIS
Sneaky didn't have to work too hard as C9 gave away no kills and won this game in only 22 minutes. Sneaky was involved in only five of 13 kills but finished the game with the third-highest assist total on his team. His low kill participation didn't mean much as C9 easily took out Team oNe.
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