Fenix
Kim Jae-hoon 
South Korea
Echo Fox
Weak effort in win
March 25, 2019
Fenix ended Sunday's win over CLG with a 5/4/4 KDA as Kassadin.
ANALYSIS
Fenix wasn't at his best, but didn't need to be as Echo Fox took out CLG in one sided fashion. The mid laner was involved in only nine of 22 kills, finishing with the team-low in kill participation. His four assists were the second fewest on the team, while his five kills tied for the second highest mark on the team.
Gives away no deaths
February 28, 2019
Fenix ended Saturday's loss to Team Liquid with a 1/0/0 KDA as Zoe.
ANALYSIS
Fenix couldn't carry, but also didn't feed during Saturday's loss to Team Liquid. The mid laner was involved in one of three kills, ending with the team-low in kill participation. He tied for the team-high in kills, while giving away none of Echo Fox's ten deaths.
Leads Echo Fox in kills
February 26, 2019
Fenix ended Sunday's loss to GGS with a 3/4/2 KDA as Corki.
ANALYSIS
Fenix attempted to carry, but fell flat during Sunday's loss to GGS. He was involved in five of eight kills, tying for the team-high in kill participation. His two assists were the second fewest on the team, while his three kills paced Echo Fox.
Unkillable on Zoe
February 22, 2019
Fenix ended Sunday's win over 100T with a 4/0/8 KDA as Zoe.
ANALYSIS
Fenix was one of the primary carries, helping Echo Fox end the weekend with a victory. The mid laner was involved in 12 of 14 kills, ending with the second highest kill participation on the team. His four kills tied for the team-high, while his eight assists tied for the second highest total in the win.
Re-joins Echo Fox
January 8, 2019
Fenix will re-join Echo Fox ahead of the 2019 Spring Split.
ANALYSIS
LoL fans have every right to be confused by this move, as Fenix appeared to leave Echo Fox on bad terms after he was released just weeks into the 2018 Summer Split. With no other "listed" mid laner in his way, Fenix sure appears poised to start, but the same could have been said in the previous split only for Damonte to come on with a vengeance. As it is, the likes of Solo or Lourlo could transition from the top lane to provide some depth at the position, or the combination of Apollo or Lost could do the same only from the bottom lane if Echo Fox wanted to re-damage what appears to be a fragile relationship with Fenix.
Released by Echo Fox
July 24, 2018
Fenix has been released by Echo Fox, Jacob Wolf of ESPN Esports reports.
ANALYSIS
After not playing for the last three matches during the NA LCS Summer Split, Fenix has been officially released by the team. Echo Fox has previously been rotating between Fenix and Damonte in the mid lane but had seemed to settle on Damonte of late. Rather than hold Fenix back any longer, the team opted to release Fenix, affirming their support in Damonte.
Horrendous end to the tournament
July 7, 2018
0/7/0 was Fenix's KDA by the end of Echo Fox's loss to Fnatic on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
From champion select all the way through to the Nexus exploding, it's hard to imagine what a worse game for Fenix could've looked like. His pick of Lulu was extremely questionable, as the rest of his team had neither a hypercarry to beef up nor a proper tank to make efficient use of the bonus health and shields. However, regardless of the composition, Fenix would never have been useful, as he started the game by moving too far forward in a gank attempt only to die himself, and just kept dying from then on. He ended the game with more deaths than his team had kills, no kill participation, down nearly 50 CS, and more than an item and a half behind his opponent. Fenix simply could not have ended the tournament in worse fashion if he tried.
Struggled after level one death
July 1, 2018
Fenix posted a 1/7/1 KDA on Yasuo in Echo Fox's loss to Team Liquid.
ANALYSIS
Fenix got moved to the bottom lane to combo his Yasuo with Feng's Nautilus. The already tough lane matchup against was made worse when Fenix got caught in the river at level one by Doublelift's Xayah and Olleh's Rakan. There was little that Fenix could do in the late game teamfights as he often was easily popped if he tried to go into the front line and deal damage. His only kill came from punishing a greedy push by Team Liquid, however, it did little in terms of swinging the momentum in Echo Fox's favor.
Superb skill usage
June 24, 2018
Fenix's scoreline read 5/3/11 as Echo Fox triumphed over GGS on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
As one of two reliable sources of crowd control and setup for Huni's Yasuo, Fenix needed to deliver if Echo Fox were to win teamfights. Deliver he did, as he demonstrated some of the most consistently on-point Galio play in recent memory. He timed his taunts perfectly around Stopwatches and Hourglasses, chained his crowd control and damage effectively, and was incredibly accurate with the somewhat awkward Winds of War. Next to Altec's Vladimir, Fenix was the main contributor to Echo Fox's teamfight wins.
Couldn't handle gank pressure in loss
June 24, 2018
Fenix scored a 3/2/4 KDA on Karthus in Echo Fox's loss to OpTic Gaming on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Fenix got moved to the top lane in Echo Fox's first attempt at running a gold funneling strategy on Saturday. Fenix really had a tough time laning during the laning phase as OPT kept throwing ganks at him. When it came to the teamfighting in the second half, Fenix led Echo Fox in damage dealt to champions. However, it wasn't enough to completely carry the teamfights as EF lost its final stand protecting its base.
Comes out on top
June 18, 2018
4/2/5 was Fenix's KDA at the end of Echo Fox's Sunday victory over CG.
ANALYSIS
Despite being in a losing matchup as Ryze into Syndra, Fenix managed to control the wave in the mid lane and come out significantly ahead in CS. Neither of the two had plenty of early impact around the map, but once fights did start up, Fenix was a huge part of his team's damage, positioning himself in the frontline to help carry teamfights for Echo Fox.
Doesn't show up to play
March 12, 2018
Fenix ended Echo Fox's Sunday loss to CLG with a 2/2/4 KDA.
ANALYSIS
There is truly almost nothing to be said for Fenix's Ryze in this game. He kept even in CS, but had little to no impact in fights, and was often, in fact, the point of initiation due to unsafe positioning. As a result, he was unable to put out significant damage and came through with the game's lowest kill participation.
Solid performance in loss
March 11, 2018
Fenix earned a 3/2/1 KDA on Cassiopeia in Echo Fox's loss to Clutch Gaming on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Fenix showed some impressive dodging skills to pick up an assist on first blood. The early solo lane time let him build up a solid CS lead, heading into the mid game as a solid damage threat. Echo Fox maintained control for a while but started to get sloppy throughout the late teamfights, often times too spread out during engages which allowed Clutch Gaming to pick it apart. Fenix did what he could but died just like everyone else on Echo Fox during its final stand at the Nexus.
Dominates with Zoe
February 18, 2018
Fenix owned 100 Thieves on his way to a 4/0/4 KDA in Echo Fox's win on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Fenix was gifted the all-mighty Zoe in this game and he made 100 Thieves pay for the oversight. He might have been in a bit of a tough matchup against the Taliyah of Ryu, but Fenix didn't seem to mind as he dominated from start to finish. He started out with a huge kill on Meteos that allowed his team to pick up Baron and then it was off to the races. There was simply no stopping what Fenix was putting out at any point, which allowed Echo Fox to easily walk away with the win.
Beautiful in the background
February 11, 2018
Fenix ended Echo Fox's Saturday win over Golden Guardians with a 2/0/6 KDA.
ANALYSIS
While most of the focus was on the top lane this game, it was Fenix's self sufficiency that gave Dardoch the freedom to tunnel on the other solo lane. On Zoe, Fenix had access to plenty of wave clear early on, relentlessly shoving in Hai's Galio for a quick CS advantage. After the top side of the map got ahead, Fenix happily joined his team as they made plays in the bot lane and elsewhere around the map. He finished with the most CS on his team, and was the only member to go deathless, as he restrained himself from making the overly aggressive plays that got his teammates killed.
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