Marcin Jankowski 
G2 Esports
A dozen assists
October 15, 2018
Jankos ended Monday's loss to Flash Wolves with a 1/3/12 KDA as Skarner.
Jankos played well before falling to Flash Wolves during the final day of the group stages on Monday. He was involved in 13 of 18 kills, leading G2 in kill participation in the loss. His one kill was the team-low, but he led G2 with 12 assists. Jankos also gave away the fewest deaths on the team, only dying three of his team's 28 times.
Low kill participation in win over PVB
October 15, 2018
Jankos finished Monday's win over PVB with a 2/2/6 KDA as Nocturne.
Jankos struggled with his involvement, but did enough to help G2 pick up a win in their first game on Monday. He was involved in only eight of 23 kills, finishing with the lowest kill participation on the team. His two assists and six assists were both the team-low, while his two deaths were tied for the most on the team.
Game-high death total
October 11, 2018
Jankos ended Thursday's loss to PVB with a 2/5/2 KDA as Olaf.
Jankos struggled to really get going during G2's first loss of the 2018 World Championship. He was involved in four of 10 kills, finishing below 50 percent kill participation. His two kills tied Perkz for the second most on the team, while his two assists were the second fewest on G2. Jankos also finished with a team-high five deaths in the loss.
Team-high kill total
October 10, 2018
Jankos ended Wednesday's win over AF with a 3/2/2 KDA as Gragas.
Jankos helped G2 pick up the victory during their opening match of the 2018 World Championships. Jankos was involved in five of seven kills, earning the third-highest kill participation on the team. His three kills were the team high, while he also led the team with two deaths, and his two assists were only the second-highest total in the win.
Favors Taliyah in the jungle
October 8, 2018
Jankos finished G2's 3-1 win over Infinity with a 11/8/31 combined KDA.
Jankos ended Game 1 with a 0/1/8 KDA as Skarner. He was involved in eight of 11 kills, leading G2 in assists while giving away only one death despite losing the opening game. In Game 2, Jankos used Camille and earned a 3/1/4 KDA. He was involved in seven of 12 kills, tying for the team-high kill total to help even the series. Switching to Taliyah in Game 3, Jankos finished with a 6/2/11 KDA. He was involved in 17 of 24 kills, finishing with the second highest kill and assist totals to put the series to match point. Using Taliyah again in Game 4, Jankos earned a 2/4/8 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 18 kills, earning the third highest assist total to wrap up the series. Jankos was involved in 42 of 65 kills in the series.
Ties for team-high assist total
October 4, 2018
Jankos ended Thursday's win over SuperMassive with a 1/3/12 KDA as Olaf.
Jankos played a more supportive role despite the aggressive pick in the jungle. He was involved in 13 of 16 kills, the second-highest kill participation on the team. He had only one kill, but his 12 assists tied Perkz for the team high in the category.
Starts off strong but struggles to finish
October 2, 2018
Jankos earned a 1/0/0 KDa on Olaf during his team's loss against SuperMassive.
Jankos was able to pick up an early kill for his team during G2's game against SUP but was simply not able to close things out with his team. Struggling to control objectives, he could not find the buffs his team needed to come back into things. As the enemy team picked up the pace of things, he could do little more than react defensively. With the rest of his team falling around him, he lacked the damage necessary to swing fights into his team's favor. As a result, his team was slowly choked out in the game, losing the macro side of things, resulting in a 32-minute loss.
Quickly rebounds from loss in series win
September 16, 2018
Jankos earned a series KDA of 9/7/25 during his team's 3-1 series victory over FC Schalke 04.
Playing aggressively and controlled, Jankos was able to put up extremely impressive numbers during his team's series against Schalke 04. Starting things off on Sejuani, he was able to pick up every neutral objective while participating in all but one of his team's kills. Although he had a lackluster showing in the second game, getting shut down on Poppy, he was able to quickly recover in the next two games. Picking Skarner and Olaf respectively, he employed the strategy of running down the enemy carries, finding success left and right. While he continued to control objectives, he was able to force fights, giving up only two kills to the enemy team while taking every neutral objective on the map. As a result, he was able to lead G2 Esports to a 3-1 series victory securing the team's spot at the 2018 World Championship.
Lacks early presence
August 25, 2018
6/8/16 was Jankos' KDA as G2 fell 3-0 to Misfits on Saturday.
G2 had a lot of problems throughout this series, but their early games were especially poor, with the exception of Game 2. This was largely due to Jankos' lack of map pressure, as his Gragas and Sejuani in the first two games didn't have sufficient early power. His Nocturne in Game 3 was a step up, to be sure, finding kills onto Sencux's Malzahar and some more in teamfights, but he wasn't able to be the first-blood king he's known for being, and it hurt G2's chances.
Persistence nets win
August 11, 2018
Jankos earned a 2/3/14 KDA on Sejuani during his team's victory over Unicorns of Love.
After starting off the game by picking up a few kills for his team, Jankos began to slow down. Thankfully for him, this would not last the entire game as he stepped things up again during the mid game. Consistently able to find his way onto the enemy team in fights, he brought G2 the openings the team needed to finally blow the game open. He never faltered, continuing to look for skirmishes whenever possible. The results were as expected with G2 beginning to take skirmish victories, focusing down the enemy team left and right and blowing the game open with ease. Thanks to his earlier objective control, Jankos was able to bring his team firmly into the lead, resulting in a 39-minute victory.
Unable to bring team lead
August 5, 2018
Jankos earned a 2/2/1 KDA on Nocturne during G2's loss against Fnatic.
Jankos started off with a massive early game performance on Nocturne against FNC that brought his team a distinct advantage. Just 10-minutes into the game, he found himself with three kills for his team. Unfortunately, these would be the only openings he found for his team for the entire game. As Fnatic began taking favorable teamfights, Jankos could not find a way to get his team into the swing of things. With his carries dying left and right, his initiations became useless. The result was Fnatic quickly taking over the game, getting full control of things with little to no effort. Without any ability to bounce back in the game, he sat by as his team was convincingly defeated in just 27 minutes.
A game to forget
July 29, 2018
0/6/1 was Jankos' KDA in G2's Saturday loss to Schalke 04.
Coming out of the game with twice the deaths of any other member of his team, it's crystal clear that Jankos had a rough go of it on Gragas on Saturday. He consistently failed to respect S04's jungle presence, stepping up too far forward to give up first blood and then several subsequent kills. Jankos was the primary reason Nukeduck's Zed was able to thrive, causing all sorts of problems for G2, and he did nothing that came close to redeeming himself.
Shines on support once again
July 21, 2018
Jankos' KDA read 2/0/11 as G2 took down Vitality on Friday.
Relegated to a support role once again as G2 opted to funnel gold onto Perkz's Taliyah, Jankos had a hell of a showing on Shen. He was everywhere he needed to be in the early game, creating many of G2's early kills alongside Perkz, and he even survived G2's failed dive in the top lane. He continued to be a force on the frontline as the game drew on, consistently landing superb Shadow Dashes onto key members of Vitality.
Poor jungling results in loss
July 14, 2018
Jankos earned a 3/5/0 KDA on Kindred during his team's defeat at the hands of Misfits.
Although he claimed all three of his team's kills during their defeat, Jankos' play left much to be desired. After giving up first blood, he struggled to create any sort of a meaningful impact in the early game, giving up objectives and simply grouping with his team to abuse their power spikes. Though he was able to pick up the occasional kill, he could not capitalize on them nor assist his team in doing so. As the game got out of hand, he did little more than delay his team's deaths with his ultimate. Unable to shred the strong tank line of Misfits, he found himself victim to the enemy team's crowd control, allowing Misfits to turn the game on its head and take an unexpected victory.
Flawless jungling nets victory
July 8, 2018
Jankos earned a 8/0/9 KDA on Trundle during his team's swift victory over Team Liquid.
Although it took him a few minutes to get things going, Jankos had a flawless performance against Team Liquid. Getting off an early gank, he was able to help his team start building up a lead early. He immediately set his sights on neutral objectives, helping to buff his team at every opportunity. He then began isolating a single member of the enemy team. Seeing that the opposing top laner was going to be easy to kill, Jankos focused him time and again in order to pick up swift kills and quickly snowball his team's lead. Once ahead, Jankos simply had a stranglehold on the game. Finding the enemy team caught out over and over again, he was able to facilitate his team picking up multiple teamfight wins. In the meantime, he continued to focus on objectives, continuously picking up dragons and finally a Baron. With a huge lead, he had no trouble forcing Team Liquid to fight his team, giving G2 a teamfight victory and closing out the game in just 26 minutes.
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