Reignover
Kim Yeu-Jin 
South Korea
Counter Logic Gaming
Unable to facilitate win
August 13, 2018
Reignover earned a 0/2/2 KDA on Gragas during his team's loss at the hands of FlyQuest.
ANALYSIS
After falling behind in the early game, Reignover began to struggle to recover. His laners constantly found themselves caught out, resulting in FLY picking up a swift advantage in the game. Although Reignover was able to pick things up and begin looking for openings for his team, he could not find the initiations that his team needed to win teamfights. Though he had several decent opportunities, none of them came to fruition due to the rest of his team's disadvantages. Try as he might, he couldn't do enough for his team, allowing FLY to secure victory in the game.
Decent jungling not enough to claim win
August 6, 2018
Reignover earned a 1/2/2 KDA on Gragas during his team's loss against Cloud9.
ANALYSIS
Although Reignover had a strong start to his team's performance against C9, it was simply not enough to bring his team a victory. After picking up a kill for his team just three minutes into the game, Reignover began ganking constantly to bring his team into the lead. This paid off in the early game, giving CLG a small gold lead to swing the team into the driver's seat. Unfortunately, CLG was not using his advantage to any sort of success. He struggled to control objectives which meant that the enemy team had the ability to find advantages left and right, clawing their way into the lead. As teamfights erupted, Reignover could not find the openings his team needed to gain an edge. As a result, Cloud9 took several fights, closing out the game in 30 minutes.
Unable to keep pressure going in defeat
July 31, 2018
Reignover earned a 3/3/5 KDA on Kindred during his team's defeat against 100 Thieves on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Although he had a strong start to his team's game against 100 Thieves, Reignover could not keep up the pressure. After finding two early kills for his team, he was focused down after, giving up several kills for the enemy team. His entire game was back and forth, picking up kills and dying shortly after. Though he found a decent lead for his team in the early game, he could not keep up the pressure. As things began to crumble around him, he could not swing teamfights into his team's favor. As a result, CLG quickly lost control of the game and was defeated, resulting in a 37-minute loss.
Unable to get things going in loss
July 23, 2018
Reignover earned a 2/6/2 KDA on Trundle during his team's loss against Golden Guardians.
ANALYSIS
Although he was able to start off the game with an early kill and dragon, Reignover quickly lost his stride against Golden Guardians. In skirmishes, he was easily defeated, simply putting down his pillar and getting eliminated. Without the positive impact for the rest of his team, CLG quickly found themselves falling behind, even giving up a 20-minute Baron. Once behind, it was extremely difficult for Reignover to find a favorable fight for the rest of his team. Getting caught out several times, his positioning allowed Golden Guardians to take over the game. As a result of the poor decision in the mid game, Reignover could not create an impact in the final fights of the game, allowing Golden Guardians to take over and secure a 32-minute victory.
Rules over the jungle
July 15, 2018
Reignover ended with a 3/4/15 KDA as CLG took down Cloud9 on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
While Reignover couldn't compete with CLG's bottom lane in terms of creating early kills, he was a close third, racking up assists to go 0/0/5 on CLG's first eight kills. He was also key to CLG's play in teamfights, making paper out of Cloud9's frontline, particularly his counterpart Svenskeren on Gragas. Reignover ended 3/4/15, participating in 18 of 21 kills.
Dominant jungle play results in victory
July 14, 2018
Reignover finished his team's victory over Echo Fox with a 4/1/18 KDA on Trundle.
ANALYSIS
Reignover had an extremely strong performance against Echo Fox, dominating the enemy team at every stage of the game. Picking up first blood just minutes into the game, Reignover was able to use his early momentum to snowball his lead across the map. Although he did not prioritize early dragons, it did not matter as he used his lead elsewhere. Constantly focusing on kills, he gave CLG the advantage they needed to take teamfight victories left and right, ultimately allowing them to claim a 20-minute Baron. From then on out, the game went smoothly with Reignover participating in almost all of his team's kills. Using his pillar to lock down key members of the enemy team, he was able to facilitate CLG easily taking over the game, making Echo Fox seem as though they had no coordination. Dying only a single time in the team's 36-minute victory, Reingover's play was instrumental to CLG's victory.
Top lane focus pays off in victory
July 1, 2018
Reignover's Olaf finished with a 2/2/8 KDA in Counter Logic Gaming's win against OpTic Gaming on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Reignover spent a lot of time camping the top lane, helping Darshan build a humongous lead in the laning phase. The repeated ganks quickly earned first turret gold for CLG and signaled that it was time for Reignover to start helping other lanes. Counter Logic Gaming started to win all across the map, winning teamfights and knocking down objectives. A clean ace around the 33-minute mark was all CLG needed before pushing to win.
Lost control of jungle in loss
June 24, 2018
Reignover scored a 1/1/1 KDA on Sejuani in Counter Logic Gaming's loss to Team Liquid.
ANALYSIS
The first gank of the game went in Reignover's favor but he really could do little after that. Reignover's blue side was constantly invaded early on, going over to Xmithie the first three times it spawned. CLG tried to keep things even by grouping up first to force fights but it didn't go as planned as it got trounced in mid game skirmishes. Reignover struggled to find good engages with Glacial Prison as CLG bled objectives until it lost its Nexus.
Runs down the Thieves
June 18, 2018
Reignover went 2/0/7 as CLG took down 100 Thieves on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Playing Olaf, Reignover made the best use out of his champion at every point in the game, starting with outfighting Meteos' Camille early on in the game for first blood (albeit with a bit of help from Darshan). From there, he continued to assert his dominance over the map, running straight at the members of 100 Thieves to pull off dives and start teamfights, Flashing into the faces of his opponents on multiple occasions. With plenty of followup and a steadily growing gold lead, he was never punished for his aggression.
Can't find Fog of War cover in loss
February 25, 2018
Reignover scored a 0/2/5 KDA on Zac in Counter Logic Gaming's loss to Clutch Gaming on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Reignover's Zac was tracked very well throughout the first half of the game and wasn't able to find openings to gank. However, CG's vision control started to slip in the second half and Reignover was able to find a few good picks. The picks helped CLG stall the game but it wasn't enough in the end as it got ran over in the key teamfights late. After losing a teamfight over the Elder Dragon there was little that Reignover could do to stop Clutch from pushing to victory.
Hit or miss, literally
February 19, 2018
Reignover ended 2/3/11 as CLG fell to 100 Thieves on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Reignover's engages on Sejuani in this game were often an indicator of his team's success. They found kills when he landed them and failed to when he didn't. On the whole, however, his ultimates weren't as consistent as aphromoo's Tempered Fates, and didn't have the same kind of followup from his teammates either. Ultimately, CLG were out teamfought, and lost after being aced at Baron.
Little to no impact
February 12, 2018
Reignover's KDA read 0/2/3 by the end of CLG's Sunday loss to TSM.
ANALYSIS
Reignover started the game off with a lackluster Sejuani ultimate in the first teamfight of the game. He used it in an attempt to get an initiation started for CLG, but before any of his carries could possibly get the chance to follow up on it. Given how narrowly CLG lost the fight, this error was critical. It wasn't Reignover's fault for the most part when he was later killed to give over Baron, as he was mostly trying to protect Stixxay after the latter stepped out of position, but this did ultimately give TSM the game.
Does it all for his team
February 5, 2018
Reignover's scoreline read 1/1/15 at the end of CLG's Sunday victory over FlyQuest.
ANALYSIS
Reignover played a beautiful Jarvan IV game from start to finish on Sunday. He played perfectly alongside Biofrost's Alistar to find initiations for CLG, and dove deep into the backline with the confidence that can only be granted by the presence of a Zilean ultimate on your team. Thankfully, he never required it, and only died once while participating in every CLG kill and taking the first three Elemental Drakes for his team.
Returned to form in upset
February 4, 2018
Reignover posted a 1/0/9 KDA on Nunu as Counter Logic Gaming beat Echo Fox on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
The early game plan for Reignover was to focus on counter jungling and controlling the neutral objectives. While not all of Reignover's early ganks worked out, he still secured all of the Dragon buffs and took plenty of jungle camps from Dardoch. Counter Logic Gaming's split push plan paid off with a huge lead in turrets as it enter the late game. One good teamfight over Elder Dragon late was all that CLG needed as it scored an ace and then pushed to victory.
Superb late game teamfighting
January 29, 2018
Reignover scored a 0/2/9 KDA on Zac as Counter Logic Gaming picked up a win against the Golden Guardians on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
While Reignover is usually known for his counter jungling, he was forced to be defensive as his jungle was invaded early. Reignover was successful in defending his jungle with a little help from Darshan, getting CLG off to a solid start. However, CLG wasn't ready for the mid-game rotations the GG threw at it and started to fall behind in turrets. Counter Logic Gaming began to turn things around in the late game teamfights as its superior scaling and teamfighting composition took over. An ace late would be all CLG needed before finishing off the Nexus.
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