Luka Perkovic 
G2 Esports
Ends the game superbly
March 4, 2018
3/1/4 was Perkz' KDA at the end of G2's Saturday win over Giants.
Perkz' Viktor found itself in a predicament during the mid game, as Giants' dive-heavy composition put him in constant danger. Considering this, it's remarkable that Perkz ended with only a single death, even without building a Zhonya's or health item. That said, Giants still took fights throughout the mid game. Once Perkz hit his item cap, however, he turned the game on its head. His enormous damage was crucial in the last two fights of the game, during the latter of which he one-shot the enemy AD carry to secure the game for G2.
Carries G2 once again
February 23, 2018
Perkz earned a 5/0/3 KDA as Corki during G2's Friday win over ROCCAT.
Perkz finished the game involved in 80 percent of the team's kills. He was unkillable while leading G2 with five kills in the game. He had an assist on first blood, helping G2 get out to a quick start. Perkz's 80 percent kill participation tied Jankos for the team high.
Leads G2's charge against Vitality
February 16, 2018
Perkz finished Day 9 of the EU LCS with a 5/0/6 KDA as Galio.
Perkz ended the game involved in all 11 of G2's kills. He led the team with five kills, while his six assists were the third-highest on the team. Perkz was under almost no threat the entire game, helping G2 snowball early with excellent use of Heroic Entrance to protect teammates and set up kills. As always, Perkz was a huge reason for G2's success during this statement win over Vitality.
Leads G2 in kills
January 26, 2018
Perkz ended Day 3 of the EU LCS with a 3/4/3 KDA as Azir.
Perkz ended the loss involved in six of seven kills, but it wasn't enough to stop Giants from picking up a surprise win. He led G2 with three kills, while his three assists were tied for the team low. Perkz never got a chance to carry as Giants dominated teamfights throughout the game.
His Ryze is good
January 19, 2018
Perkz finished G2's Friday win over Misfits with a 4/1/11 KDA as Ryze.
Often memed as being bad at the champion, Perkz dominated Sencux on Ryze from a very early stage. He earned G2's first kill during a 4-vs-4 fight in the bottom lane and finished the game involved in 15 of 18 kills, while giving away only one kill. He finished with his team's third-highest kill-and-assist total, while finishing the game 200 CS ahead of Sencux's Galio.
Roaming pays dividends
October 13, 2017
Perkz went 3/1/6 as G2 took down RNG on Friday.
After Trick, Perkz' Corki was the easily the biggest factor in G2's Friday win over RNG. He constantly roamed on the champion with and without The Package, and found kills and/or assists every single time. This made the game an easy snowball for G2, allowing it to hand RNG its first loss.
Plays safe, but can't carry
October 13, 2017
Perkz ended Friday's loss to Samsung with a 2/1/1 KDA as Ryze.
Perkz played a fairly safe game, but because of that was unable to make any plays to help G2 come from behind and win. He was involved in three of four G2 kills, leading the team with two kills. With Samsung rolling, Perkz struggled to really impact the game in a positive way.
Unkillable despite another loss
October 9, 2017
Perkz ended G2's Sunday loss to RNG with a 2/0/2 KDA as Ryze.
Perkz attempted to scale into a carry but just struggled to really take over the game against RNG. He was involved in all but one G2 kill, tying Zven for the team lead in kills with two. Perkz and G2 have work to do if they want to reach the knockout stages after finishing Week 1 with a 1-2 record.
Lackluster for most of series
August 22, 2017
Perkz went 17/17/29 overall as G2 won 3-2 against Splyce on Sunday.
While Sencux shined this series, Perkz was mostly mediocre. He played three games of Cassiopeia, all of which were fairly average. His Game 2 on LeBlanc was somewhat impressive, as he went 8/1/4, but in the context of this one-sided stomp, it's a bit less so. Perkz's Game 4 on Corki was disastrous, as he died time and again to ganks to give Sencux an enormous lead. However, if there was one truly redeeming factor for Perkz in this series, it was his Game 5 Blast Cone flank on Cassiopeia to win G2 a huge teamfight, arguably the biggest contributing factor to G2's win in that game. However, compared with Sencux's consistent and valiant effort to hard-carry his team, Perkz simply paled.
No problem against PowerOfEvil
August 4, 2017
Perkz finished G2's sweep of Misfits with a 9/5/9 combined KDA.
Perkz finished Game 1 with a 5/2/6 KDA as Orianna. He was involved in all but one G2 kill in the game, ending with his team's highest kill total at five. In Game 2, Perkz used Kassadin and ended with a 4/3/3 KDA. He was only involved in seven of 15 kills, but did finish with the second-highest kill total in the game as G2 closed out the series.
Breaks out at series' end to smash H2k
July 24, 2017
Perkz earned a 9/5/14 KDA during G2 Esport's victory against H2k-Gaming.
For most of G2's victory against H2k, Perkz was merely a background player. He was tasked with the same role in both Games 1 and 2: hold Febiven in the middle lane, roam about the map whenever possible, and provide as much peel as possible in teamfights. Fortunately, his Taliyah pick was quite adept at doing all three of those things, so much so that he even managed to out pressure Febiven's free-farming Kassadin in the later stages of Game 1 -- no simple feat. Game 2 was an entirely different story, however, as instead of a passive Kassadin he was forced to face a very active -- and painful -- Syndra, and the difference was enough to allow H2k to not only win the game but stomp it outright. Game 3 was a whole other beast entirely, though, as instead of the more safe and supportive Taliyah pick, Perkz instead opted into the much more carry-oriented Cassiopeia, and he delivered with aplomb. When it came time for the two teams to clash, it was Perkz who came out on top with some of his best plays of the split.
Passable series from Perkz
July 23, 2017
Perkz ended with a 6/7/9 KDA in G2's 2-1 win over Vitality on Saturday.
Perkz didn't have a terrible series by any means on Saturday, but he didn't really impress either. He couldn't get anything going in Game 1 on Taliyah, though neither could the rest of G2, as he went 0/3/1 on his team's two kills. He switched to Syndra for the remainder of the series, and looked better. He farmed to a sizable CS lead over Nukeduck's Corki in Game 2, and ended with a solid 4/1/4 KDA, but didn't make any huge plays. In Game 3 he didn't even achieve the early farm lead, and went down for first blood as well. Perkz's KDA speaks to his low impact on this series, as does the fact that his first action in each game was to die.
Dominating series against Splyce
July 14, 2017
Perkz finished G2's sweep of Splyce with a 16/1/15 combined KDA.
Perkz finished Game 1 with a 5/0/8 KDA as Orianna. He picked up first blood in the 19th minute and was involved in G2's first eight kills. He finished the game involved in all but one kill, finishing with the second-highest kill total in the game. In Game 2, Perkz earned a 11/1/7 KDA as LeBlanc. He was destructive in Game 2, snowballing from an early stage and finishing the game involved in 18 of 23 G2 kills. He led the game with 11 kills, but also had a respectable seven assists in the one-sided victory.
Miserable performance on Corki nets defeat
July 11, 2017
Perkz earned a 0/7/4 KDA on Corki throughout his team's defeat against Phoenix1 on Friday.
Despite his best efforts, Perkz was not able to show up in his team's defeat against Phoenix1. Picking Corki, he was able to hold his own in lane and help clear waves to pave the way for an advantage, but never able to actually find that lead. As he became focused heavily, he struggled to get anything done, doing little more than dying. Although his team found picks and their own leads, they couldn't help Perkz, resulting in him continually giving up kills and allowing Phoenix1 to have a way back into the game. After losing back-to-back teamfights 30 minutes into the game, Perkz could do nothing but watch as his base was torn to shambles, allowing Phoenix1 to take the game victory.
Showed some good, but still out of MSI form
July 5, 2017
Perkz posted a 2/4/6 KDA in G2 Esports' 1-0 victory over Cloud9 on Wednesday.
Perkz played a game of Orianna into a Viktor matchup. Perkz had a winning lane matchup, and he did win lane. His later play left some to be desired, considering his fantastic play at MSI. That being said, he did show some good things. His teamfighting was decent, and his laning was strong. Perkz didn't have a fantastic KDA, but he was integral in his team's victory.
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