Adrian Ma 
United States
Echo Fox
To be released by Echo Fox
July 25, 2018
Adrian will soon be released from Echo Fox as part of the team's sweeping roster changes, Jacob Wolf of ESPN Esports reports.
After somewhat struggling through the Summer Split thus far, Echo Fox has decided to move on from Adrian, as well as Altec and Fenix. It seems as though the team didn't have the cohesion that Echo Fox would have hoped despite being currently tied for first place in the NA LCS. As such, they have decided to majorly shake up the roster ahead of the roster lock. In place of the trio will be Damonte, Lost (who were both already on the Echo Fox roster), and Smoothie who was brought in from Cloud9. There's no word yet on what's next for Adrian, but with the release coming so close to the roster lock, it's unlikely that he'll end up on another team this summer.
Assists team in victory over Splyce
July 9, 2018
Adrian earned a 0/2/7 KDA on Shen as his team defeated Splyce on Thursday.
Throughout FOX's victory over Splyce, Adrian had a strong performance on Shen that assisted his team through the victory. After a slow start, he was able to pick things up during the mid game by using his global presence on Shen. By taking over the vision control of the game, he allowed FOX to begin forcing numerous fights that went in the team's favor. Adrian continued to contribute, putting up huge performances in teamfights by landing huge taunts on key targets of the enemy team. Thanks to these taunts, FOX was able to continue taking teamfight victories, closing out the game in just 31 minutes.
Decent performance despite defeat
July 6, 2018
Adrian earned a 1/1/6 KDA on Morgana during FOX's defeat at the hands of FNC.
Throughout FOX's defeat against FNC, Adrian had a strong performance on Morgana. Unable to create a huge impact in lane, he quickly joined his team in skirmishes to pick up kills and assists. Roaming frequently resulted in him losing his tower early, but he responded quickly, using his Dark Binding to burn summoner spells and find kills for his carry. Unfortunately, although Echo Fox's bottom lane was successful, this did not translate to the rest of the team. Despite finding these picks, Adrian was unable to stop his team from losing the Macro game. Unable to get vision control despite his best efforts, FOX was left in the dark, allowing FNC to run rampant. Try as he might, Adrian could only do so much in teamfights, doing little more than delaying his team's eventual defeat. Despite the loss, Adrian's strong performance bodes well for Echo Fox in future games.
Outroamed and outfought
March 12, 2018
Adrian's scoreline read 0/4/6 by the end of Echo Fox's loss to CLG on Sunday.
While Biofrost's Thresh almost single-handedly took over the game for CLG, Adrian's Braum didn't bring nearly as much to the table. His Unbreakables were generally solid, but were also disrupted at times by enemy crowd control, and they were hardly sufficient as the sole source of protection for Altec's immobile Kog'Maw. Ultimately, Adrian certainly wasn't the sole reason for Echo Fox's loss, or even the most prominent, but he didn't put up much of a fight either.
Lack of proactive plays in loss
March 11, 2018
Adrian's Tahm Kench finished with a 0/2/3 KDA in Echo Fox's loss to Clutch Gaming on Saturday.
The bottom lane matchup gave Adrian plenty of opportunities to make saves on Tahm Kench as Echo Fox's bottom lane duo got bullied in lane. With Adrian stuck in lane protecting, there were not great openings for him to make plays using Abyssal Voyage. The rest of Echo Fox were more than making up for the bottom lane loss but started to lost control in the late game. Echo Fox began to spread itself too thin during teamfights, allowing Clutch Gaming to start picking up kills which lead to objectives. Soon Tahm Kench's Devour was not nearly enough to save carries and make any kind of an impact on the final stand at nexus turrets where Echo Fox was aced.
Supports well in win
February 18, 2018
Adrian went 1/2/5 on Braum in Echo Fox's easy win over 100 Thieves on Saturday.
Adrian did exactly what he needed to in this game for Echo Fox to get the win. He roamed the map well with Altec to secure easy kills and was just an all-around rock for this team. If he keeps playing this well, teams will continue having a tough time beating this team.
Supports Echo Fox to win vs Liquid
February 12, 2018
Adrian posted a solid KDA of 1/1/13 against Team Liquid on Sunday.
Adrian did a good job of neutralizing Liquid's bottom lane as Braum in the early game, pairing with Altec's Kalista to keep Doublelift's Kog'Maw from running over Echo Fox. When it came time for Echo Fox to go on the attack, Adrian was almost always there to start things, or at least lend a helping hand. Earning 94 percent kill participation in a 42-minute slugfest is impressive, but made easier by Liquid's ultimately low-damage composition, considering Doublelift never had a true frontline, meaning Echo Fox's tanks were never at risk of dying. Still, Adrian performed his job well, leading the charge for Echo Fox to take down a highly-rated Liquid squad.
Quiet in victory
February 11, 2018
Adrian went 0/4/9 as Echo Fox took down Golden Guardians on Saturday.
There isn't that much to be said about Adrian's game of Braum on Saturday. He did a fine job helping Altec's Ezreal stay even in lane, and played his part in teamfights, but that's all he really had the opportunity to do. Much of this game's action was centered around the top side, and Adrian was largely along for the ride.
Lackluster Thresh play in loss
February 4, 2018
Adrian's Thresh finished with a 0/3/4 KDA in Echo Fox's first loss of the split to Counter Logic Gaming on Saturday.
The 2-vs-2 matchup in the bottom lane was pretty close but neither support could find a good engage. Adrian's hooks didn't find any good targets during the laning phase but slightly made up for it during the mid game. Echo Fox began to find some kills but it was losing out on the trade as CLG split pushed turrets. Adrian and crew made a desperate crew to take Elder Dragon late that backfired, resulting in CLG scoring an ace and pushing to victory.
Deathless performance on Taric
January 22, 2018
Adrian finished with a 0/0/7 KDA on Taric as Echo Fox took the victory against Clutch Gaming on Sunday.
There wasn't much action for Adrian in the early game as both teams junglers focused on the top half. The skirmishes were very close but neither bottom lane duo could make any sort of advantage. When Adrian joined up for teamfights in the second half, he began to rake in the assists. He made great use of Dazzle and Cosmic Radiance as Echo Fox dove turrets to pick up kills. All Echo Fox needed was a second Baron power play before pushing to put an end to Clutch Gaming's Nexus.
Strong Shen showing results in swift success
January 21, 2018
Adrian earned a 1/1/11 KDA on Shen during his team's victory over FlyQuest on Saturday.
Starting things off with an impressive laning phase, Adrian helped his team move into skirmishes with ease and pick up kills. Landing taunts left and right, he locked down key members of the enemy team, ensuring success in fights. Without any way for them to escape, he handed kills to his carries, allowing FOX to secure a firm lead in the game early on. Although members of his team were occasionally caught out, Adrian used his ultimate to join them time and again and turn fights on their head, resulting in his team picking up even more fight victories. As a result, the defenses of FlyQuest quickly crumbled, allowing Echo Fox to take a swift and convincing 29-minute victory in the game.
Newest member of Echo Fox
November 24, 2017
Adrian will join Echo Fox, ESPN's Jacob Wolf reported on Friday.
Adrian is the other half of the former Team Dignitas duo to join Echo Fox, as reports indicated Altec would also sign on with the team for the new competitive season. Adrian split time with other Team Dignitas support, BIG, for much of the season, registering the highest kill-participation percentage of any NA LCS support across 22 games. For the moment, Adrian appears to be the only support option on Echo Fox, and as a result, should be primed for productive numbers.
Struggles as things progress in series defeat
September 13, 2017
Adrian earned a series KDA of 0/10/10 in his team's 0-3 defeat at the hands of FLY.
Starting the series out on Nami, Adrian had a decent performance despite his team's shortcomings. Although he was able to participate in all of his team's kills, it was not enough to close things out. As his lanes all fell behind, he could not gain vision control to allow his team to find positioning and take favorable fights. After losing the first game, Adrian's performance noticeably dropped, with him being focused early and unable to get anything done in the remainder of the series. Allowing FlyQuest to take fights easily, he was dominated in the final two games of the series, allowing FlyQuest to take a 3-0 series victory.
Can't hit double digit assists
September 5, 2017
Adrian finished Saturday's sweep to CLG with a 0/10/13 combined KDA.
Adrian ended Game 1 with a 0/4/4 KDA as Thresh. He was involved in only 50 percent of DIG's eight kills, finishing with the third-highest assist total on the team. In Game 2, Adrian ended with a 0/2/1 KDA as Janna. He had an assist on only one of DIG's three kills. For the final game of the series, Adrian used Braum to earn a 0/4/8 KDA. He was involved in eight of 11 kills, tying Altec for the team-high assist total in the final game.
Closed out series with a solid Janna performance
August 7, 2017
Adrian finished Team Dignitas series victory against Team Liquid on Sunday with a 3/11/27 KDA.
Adrian was on Blitzcrank in the first two games of the series. In Game 1 Adrian struggled to land impactful Rocket Grabs early, but redeemed himself late. The story was similar in Game 2, but there was no redemption for him late. In Game 3, Adrian's Janna wasn't enough to disengage from an early gank as Altec died for first blood. Adrian's Howling Gales and Monsoons were on point throughout the mid game as DIG took control. In the final push, Adrian traded a death for a kill before the rest of DIG took down the Nexus.
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