Paul Boyer 
Unkillable in team debut
January 19, 2019
sOAZ ended Friday's win over Rogue with a 0/0/8 KDA as Sion.
Making his Misfits debut, sOAZ helped his team pick up a win during their opening game in the LEC. He was unkillable, finishing the game involved in eight of 12 kills, tying for the second highest kill participation on the team. The top laner managed no kills, but his eight assists were the second most on the team during the win.
Takes on top laner role
January 8, 2019
sOAZ will start in the top lane for Misfits to begin the 2019 Spring Split.
After narrowly losing to Splyce in European Regional Finals, Misfits underwent a dramatic roster change, acquiring the likes of fan-favorite player Febiven from Clutch Gaming, sOAZ from rival Fnatic and Korean-super player GorillA from Kingzone DragonX. The end result is a dynamic Misfits roster from top to bottom, with the likes of Hans Sama and Maxlore acting as the "weak" links. Febiven and GorillA should open up plenty of kill opportunities for sOAZ, but it's unclear who the team will decide to play around during a given contest considering the myriad of different weapons at their disposal.
Walks through 100T
October 17, 2018
sOAZ ended Wednesday's win over 100 Thieves with a 2/1/7 KDA as Cho'Gath.
sOAZ got the start to open the day during Wednesday's final round of group stage matches. He was involved in nine of 14 kills, finishing with the second -owest kill participation on Fnatic. His two kills were the second fewest on the team, but his seven assists were the second-highest total. sOAZ helped Fnatic pick up their second win over 100 Thieves in the group stage.
Plays well in loss to iG
October 12, 2018
sOAZ ended Friday's loss to iG with a 0/4/8 KDA as Sion.
sOAZ had a fairly strong performance despite dropping a one-sided decision to iG on Friday. He was involved in eight of nine kills, tying for the team-high kill participation. While he picked up no kills, his eight assists were a team high in the loss. Fnatic moves to 1-1 in the group stages.
Gives away lone death
October 11, 2018
sOAZ finished Thursday's win over 100T with a 2/1/7 KDA as Sion.
sOAZ did his job well during Fnatic's opening game of the 2018 World Championships. He was involved in nine of 16 kills, finishing tied for the second-highest kill participation on the team. His two kills were the third most on the team, while his seven assists were the second-highest total. In a classic sOAZ move, he gave away the team's lone death in isolated fashion.
Comes in clutch for Fnatic
September 11, 2018
sOAZ earned a series KDA of 4/6/19 during Fnatic's three game victories over Schalke 04.
Once Fnatic had found itself down a game in the series, the squad made the decision to bring sOAZ in. Finding himself in a tough situation, sOAZ made the most of things and absolutely dominated, allowing his team to take the next three game victories in a row. Playing signature tank champions in the games, he was not only able to win his lane but also able to simultaneously create an impact across the rest of the map. Time and again he was focused down yet recovered nicely. Crucially providing the initiation his team needed across teamfights in all three games, sOAZ had just the performance his team needed to bounce back from the Game 1 defeat. As a result of his strong play, Fnatic was able to string together three victories in a row, closing out the series 3-1 over FC Schalke 04.
Strong tank play in victory
August 5, 2018
sOAZ finished FNC's victory over G2 with a 2/1/6 KDA on Ornn.
After starting things off slowly against G2, sOAZ showed his strengths during his team's victory over G2. Grouping during the mid game, he was able to initiate for his team time and again to quickly turn things for Fnatic. Constantly finding his way onto the enemy team's carries in teamfights, he had no problem giving Fnatic the openings they needed to succeed. Time and again he was able to lock down the enemy team, giving his team free reign of teamfights. Every time he used his ultimate, he was able to give his team the engage they needed, resulting in back-to-back teamfight victories over G2. As a result, Fnatic was able to claim a 27-minute victory.
Strong tank play nets victory
July 20, 2018
sOAZ earned a 0/1/7 KDA on Gragas during his team's swift victory over UoL.
sOAZ had a rather slow start to his team's victory against UoL, but it ultimately didn't matter. With his mid laner dominating the enemy team and picking up a huge number of kills, he didn't have any pressure on himself to perform. After his team had built up a sizeable lead, he began joining them to participate in teamfights. Doing just enough in fights to assist Caps in furthering his huge lead, he was able to stay along for the ride against UoL as his team took one of the most convincing victories of the split. Participating in a third of his team's kills, his strong play was impressive but unnecessary to the team's ultimate 26-minute victory.
Strong performance on Gragas nets win
July 14, 2018
sOAZ earned a 0/1/5 KDA on Gragas during FNC's victory over ROCCAT.
Starting off the game right, sOAZ assisted his team in picking up an early first blood, granting him a lead in lane. After finding his own lead, he quickly began roaming to further his team's lead. Though he was focused and gave up a death after, sOAZ helped his team use their lead to continue snowballing on the enemy team. After a small blunder during the mid game that gave ROC small amounts of hope of coming back in the game, sOAZ once again grouped with his team to close things out in convincing fashion. After claiming a 25-minute Baron, he assisted in taking a final teamfight, resulting in a swift 27-minute victory for Fnatic.
Muted impact during defeat to Team Liquid
July 6, 2018
sOAZ earned a 3/2/1 KDA as Dr. Mundo during Fnatic's defeat at the hands of Team Liquid.
sOAZ was set up to succeed by Fnatic's draft against Team Liquid, in theory, as he not only had a fairly safe lane for Dr. Mundo, but he also could call upon the awesome power of Broxah's Taliyah in the early game in order to pressure Impact's Gangplank. Unfortunately, Fnatic's early game fell off the rails quickly, and Broxah wasn't able to impact the lane at all, which left sOAZ to his own devices in a disadvantageous lane matchup. To his credit, he still had the largest impact on his team--the majority of Team Liquid composition wasn't really set up to deal with a Mundo--but that said more about the sorry state Fnatic was in during their 34-minute defeat than it does about the impact sOAZ managed to have.
Decimates Echo Fox using Heimerdinger
July 6, 2018
sOAZ earned an 8/1/5 KDA on Heimerdinger to claim victory over Echo Fox.
Despite playing a champion entirely out of his comfort zone, sOAZ showed his ability to quickly adapt and was able to dominate the competition. From the very start of the game he was able to create an impact, picking up early kills and shoving in lane to claim an early first tower. With his team up in gold, he had no problem grouping to snowball the team's lead. Despite being heavily focused in teamfights and skirmishes, he remained safe, picking the opportune times to fight, resulting in a near flawless performance. Although the game was back and forth, sOAZ seemed to be in complete control throughout the game, allowing his team to claim a 31-minute victory.
Recovers from early deaths
June 30, 2018
1/2/7 was sOAZ's KDA as Fnatic prevailed over Giants on Saturday.
sOAZ was the only member of Fnatic not to have a strong early game, but thankfully it didn't make much of a difference. On Dr. Mundo, sOAZ was particularly vulnerable to the early dives leveled at him by Giants, and he gave up two early deaths and his turret. With the rest of his team so far ahead, however, he had no trouble quickly farming and fighting his way back to relevance and taking the game.
Sacrifices too much
May 13, 2018
sOAZ went 0/1/7 as Fnatic took victory over EVOS on Sunday.
sOAZ entered the game at large early on Sion, Teleporting bottom to dive two turrets deep for an assist. However, this play was arguably not worth the time spent away from lane, as he returned to a Camille that was already pulling far ahead, a problem exacerbated by a gank minutes later. After that, Stark's Camille nearly managed to solo carry the game for EVOS, meaning that ultimately sOAZ's play was a potentially game-changing mistake. Fortunately for Fnatic, an upset was not in the cards.
Will not play during playoffs
March 28, 2018
sOAZ has suffered a hand injury and will be unavailable for the Spring Playoffs, the player announced Wednesday.
sOAZ's injury couldn't have come at a worse time for Fnatic, with their first playoff matchup coming this weekend against Team Vitality. While the team might be able to squeak by in the semifinals, taking a win over Splyce or G2 Esports will be an even taller task. Backup top laner Bwipo has looked good in his couple games this Split, but the playoffs are a whole new beast. The rest of Fnatic will certainly need to rally around Bwipo and step up to the occasion in order for this team to do damage this postseason.
Dominates on Ornn against Splyce
January 20, 2018
sOAZ earned a 1/1/7 KDA on Ornn in Fnatic's 41-minute victory over Splyce on Friday.
Being given one of the strongest champions in the game, sOAZ was able to utilize his pick to gain an early lead. After shutting down his lane opponent, he moved quickly to join his team and dominate the map. As Fnatic gained objectives quickly, he had no problem sticking to key members of the enemy team, allowing his carries to claim teamfight victories. Dying only once in the game, his monstrous play allowed Fnatic to take a convincing victory in the game, starting off the 2018 LCS season with a victory.
Roster History
Event Placements