Martin Larsson 
Benched for Friday's match against H2k Gaming
June 22, 2018
Rekkles has been put on the backburner in favor of Bwipo on Friday, Jacob Wolf of ESPN esports reports.
Rekkles is the latest victim of the current topsy-turvy meta that has been sweeping the professional League of Legends scene in the first couple of weeks of the Summer Split. With champions being played at just about any position these days, Fnatic has decided they don't need an ADC, at least for a game. Bwipo will be stepping into the bottom lane in place of Rekkles when they take face H2k Gaming on Friday afternoon. Whether this is a permanent change remains to be seen as the team is likely going to see how Bwipo does before making any long-term decisions.
Game 3 penta kill highlights lost series
May 18, 2018
Rekkles finished Friday's sweep to RNG with a 15/10/16 in three games as Ezreal.
Rekkles ended Game 1 with a 2/4/8 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 16 kills, tying for the team-high assist total in the opening game. In Game 2, Rekkles earned a 6/1/1 KDA. He was involved in seven of 13 kills, earning the highest kill total on the team while giving away only one death. In the final game of the series, Rekkles finished with a 7/5/7 KDA. He was involved in 14 of 16 kills, leading Fnatic with seven kills, including a penta kill, during the final game. In true Rekkles fashion, he tied for the team-high kill total while having the fewest deaths on Fnatic.
Quietly strong
May 15, 2018
Rekkles' KDA read 3/0/4 as Fnatic took down Flash Wolves on Monday.
Rekkles didn't make any flashy plays in this game, at least not until the very end, but he was solid throughout. As is typical of Sivir, he went fairly even in lane before eventually gaining a CS lead later on, and excelled in teamfights with his ultimate and bouncing auto attacks. Rekkles' Flash play in the last teamfight handed Betty his only death of the game and secured Fnatic's win.
Kept in check throughout loss
May 14, 2018
Rekkles scored a 1/3/6 KDA on Tristana in Fnatic's loss to Royal Never Give Up on Sunday.
Rekkles did not do well in the laning phase, thanks in large to an early gank that cost him his life. He got little help from other lanes after, left to fend for himself in the losing lane. However, Rekkles managed to show some life in the mid game while Fnatic was still in control. The control didn't last long as it quickly evaporated in the second half because of poor teamfighting decisions made by FNC. Rekkles wasn't even able to step forward to do damage because of the Crowd Control combo that was waiting to quickly take him out. There was little hope for FNC after it got aced while RNG was on a Baron power play.
Mid-game monster
May 13, 2018
Rekkles ended Fnatic's Sunday win over EVOS with a 5/0/4 KDA.
Once he was gifted a first blood at level 1, Rekkles' Ezreal was all set to take over the game, and that he did. Taking a quick CS lead, Rekkles quickly hit his mid-game item spike, making him the strongest champion on the map in teamfights. It was during the power spike that Fnatic found its sizable gold lead, at which point Rekkles passed the torch to Caps to close out the game, although he still managed to steal the latter's penta.
Passive play leads to defeat
May 12, 2018
Rekkles earned a 1/1/1 KDA on Kai'Sa in his team's defeat against RNG.
Although he is normally one of the best AD carry players in the world, Rekkles had an uncharacteristically poor performance against RNG. Conceding lane, he played extremely passively, allowing his lane opponent to easily gain a huge lead. This ultimately proved to be the death of his team as his lack of confidence clearly showed throughout the game. Allowing the enemy carry to free farm let him scale on Kog'Maw to dominate the late game, resulting in Fnatic's 36-minute defeat.
Thrives despite being heavily focused
January 20, 2018
Rekkles earned a 2/2/4 KDA on Xayah in his team's victory over Splyce on Friday.
Rekkles had a decent performance in his team's victory over Splyce, despite being heavily focused throughout the entire game. After an uneventful laning phase in which he found a small CS lead and not much else, he was able to join his team to have a minor impact in fights. As Splyce attempted to find a lead in the game, Rekkles found himself victim to heavy focus, racking up two quick deaths. Although this looked like the turning point for Splyce, he was able to bounce back in back-to-back teamfights, resulting in Fnatic closing out the game in 41 minutes.
Plenty of kill participation in loss
January 20, 2018
Rekkles finished Fnatic's Day 2 loss to H2k with a 0/4/8 KDA as Sivir.
Rekkles struggled to carry Fnatic in the late game as H2k outscaled Fnatic en route to an upset win. Rekkles was involved in all eight Fnatic kills, leading the team in assists during the Day 2 loss.
To re-sign with Fnatic
November 18, 2017
Rekkles is expected to re-sign with Fnatic, ESPN's Jacob Wolf reports.
With his current contract set to expire this coming Monday, Rekkles is expected to re-sign with the team. This news likely comes as a sigh of relief for Fnatic fans, as the ADC has been the focal point of the team for quite some time. He is expected to be joined by former Unicorns of Love support, Hylissang, who will soon sign with Fnatic at the opening of the free agency period, beginning Tuesday.
Utility Rekkles?
October 13, 2017
Rekkles played a quiet, but effective game vs. IMT by netting a 2/1/5 KDA in their win on Wednesday.
Rekkles seemingly learned from his Week 1 mistake of trying too hard carry regardless of the situation. Instead he played more of a utility role on Xayah, providing DPS from range, and more importantly being a potent split-pusher. The pressure he was able to achieve around the map kept IMT on the back foot as the enemy team tried to track him down; however, Rekkles' superior movement meant the IMT collapses were fruitless. Additionally when teamfights broke out his CC was used effectively for both engage and retreat. Overall the game was a reminder that Rekkles can play many styles, adding another dimension to the team making it even more formidable in upcoming matches.
Brings home the win over GIGABYTE
October 12, 2017
Rekkles tallied a 4/3/3 KDA in Fnatic's tiebreaker win over GIGABYTE Marines on Thursday at the 2017 World Championship.
Rekkles went with a Sivir against the Tristana of NoWay and got off to an early lead in the laning phase. He used Sivir's waveclear to farm his way to an early lead and grow into a late game threat. While Rekkles didn't have any kills in the early going of the game, he found his fair share in the late stages to help his team easily move past GIGABYTE. It was an end to an incredible day that saw Fnatic win four straight games to qualify for the quarterfinals.
Not allowed to scale and carry
October 12, 2017
Rekkles used Twitch to earn a 1/2/4 KDA during Fnatic's Thursday loss to Longzhu.
Rekkles picked up a hyper-carry marksman, but was unable to ever get to a point where he could take over the game. He was involved in five of seven kills, finishing with the second-highest assist total, but only the third-highest kill total with one. Rekkles remains the main threat for Fnatic as they start group stage at 0-4.
Critical mistake costs Fnatic the game against Immortals
October 6, 2017
Rekkles earned a 6/1/2 KDA on Twitch during FNC's 50-minute loss against IMT.
Throughout the vast majority of the game against Immortals, Rekkles played flawlessly, netting his team the upper hand in the game. Despite sOAZ being put far behind, Rekkles was able to keep his team in contention and dominate. Unfortunately, his play came to demonstrate that all good things do come to an end as Rekkles found himself in an extremely poor situation. Nearly 50-minutes into the game, he made an aggressive play, trying to catch an enemy player off guard. The result was him being immediately picked off, allowing his team to lose a fight, allowing Immortals to surge from behind and close out the game with a gold deficit
Strong showing despite loss
October 6, 2017
Rekkles earned a 4/3/5 KDA on Varus during his team's loss against GAM.
Although Rekkles was able to put up a decent performance in his team's defeat, it was nowhere near enough to claim victory. After falling behind early due to a surprising tactic by the GAM bottom lane, he started bouncing back by picking up kills in disorganized skirmishes. Although he was able to pick up a couple kills, he was focused heavily in the process and could not find a kill onto the enemy carry. With the huge threat constantly alive in fights, Rekkles found himself simply outclassed, allowing his team to lose a final teamfight, resulting in a 24-minute defeat.
Consistent performance in domination over HKA
September 28, 2017
Rekkles earned a series KDA of 14/2/18 in Fnatic's 3-0 sweep against HKA on Thursday.
Known for being one of the most consistent players on Fnatic, Rekkles lived up to his name in his team's swift 3-0 sweep over HKA. Starting things off on Xayah, he had a collected performance that allowed his team to swiftly take over the game. With early kills under his belt, he was able to join his team as they exerted pressure over HKA. With extremely calculated play, he was able to output massive damage to claim a convincing game victory. Game 2 saw a similar story with Rekkles once again on Xayah. Although he didn't participate in all of his team's kills, he was able to make an impact where it mattered, allowing Fnatic to take another convincing victory. Game 3 saw Rekkles best performance yet, picking Sivir and once again dominating lane. After, he brought more utility to his team, allowing Fnatic to storm their way down the enemy lines, kiting in teamfights and simultaneously dealing insane amounts of damage. In doing so, he was able to help his team win back-to-back teamfights, taking a convincing 35-minute victory and closing out the series 3-0.
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