Luka Perkovic 
G2 Esports
Struggles against Flash Wolves
October 15, 2018
Perkz finished Monday's loss to Flash Wolves with a 2/7/4 KDA as Lissandra.
Perkz had minimal impact during the loss to Flash Wolves on Monday. He was involved in only six of 18 kills, the lowest kill involvement on the team. His two kills tied for the second lowest total, while his four assists were also the second fewest in the game. His seven deaths tied Wunder for the team-high, as he had more deaths than kills and assists combined.
Destructive on Akali
October 15, 2018
Perkz ended Monday's win over PVB with a 11/2/11 KDA as Akali.
Akali was left open by PVB and Perkz responded by dominating the competition in a dominant carry performance. He was involved in all but one G2 kill, leading the team in kill participation with involvement on 22 of 23 kills. His 11 kills were a team-high, while his 11 assists tied Wadid for the second highest total in the game. Perkz popped off on the Akali to get G2 off to a good start on Monday's final day of group stage games.
Falls on mid lane Aatrox
October 11, 2018
Perkz finished Thursday's loss to PVB with a 2/4/5 KDA as Aatrox.
Perkz surprisingly opted for the Aatrox pick in the mid lane, as G2 sent Ryze to the top lane with Wunder. Perkz was involved in seven of 10 kills, earning the second-highest kill participation on the team. His two kills tied for the second-highest total on the team, while his five assists were also the second most. Perkz was unable to carry G2 to victory on Aatrox.
Controlled effort
October 10, 2018
Perkz finished Wednesday's win over AF with a 2/0/5 KDA as Syndra.
Perkz gave away nothing en route to helping G2 take down Afreeca on Wednesday. He was unkillable, ending the game involved in all seven kills to lead G2 in kill participation. His two kills were tied for the second-highest total, while his five assists were the second most on the team.
Leads G2 in deaths
October 8, 2018
Perkz ended Sunday's 3-1 win over Infinity with a 13/12/27 total KDA.
Perkz finished Game 1 with a 4/1/4 KDA as Syndra. He was involved in eight of 11 kills, tying for the team-high kill total in the Game 1 loss. In Game 2, Perkz used Malzahar and earned a 3/0/4 KDA. He was unkillable, ending the game involved in seven of 12 kills to help even the series. Perkz struggled despite winning Game 3, ending with a 2/9/9 KDA as Irelia. He was involved in 11 of 24 kills, but died a team-high nine times as G2 put the series to match point. In Game 4, Perkz used LeBlanc and earned a 4/2/10 KDA. He was involved in 14 of 18 kills, finishing with the second highest assist total to help close out the series. Perkz was involved in 40 of 65 kills in the series, but led G2 with 12 deaths.
Plays supportive role
October 4, 2018
Perkz finished Thursday's win over SuperMassive with a 2/0/12 KDA as Orianna.
Perkz was unkillable during Thursday's win, helping G2 pick up the victory. He was involved in 14 of 16 kills, leading G2 in kill participation. His two kills were only the third-highest total, but his 12 assists tied him with Jankos for the most on the team.
Falls flat on assassin in loss
October 2, 2018
Perkz earned a 0/2/0 KDA during his team's 32-minute defeat against SuperMassive.
Time and again Perkz has proven himself on carry champions, bringing his team swift and convincing victories. Unfortunately, this was simply not one of those times. After failing to find a lead in the early game, he started positioning aggressively, unable to do anything despite picking up the pace of things. He found himself countered time and again, falling to the enemy crowd control. Although he was able to deal decent damage, it wasn't nearly enough to bring his team back in the game. Falling in back-to-back fights, he watched on as his team was defeated in a devastating 32-minute loss.
Controlled play results in win
September 16, 2018
Perkz finished his team's 3-1 victory over FC Schalke 04 with a combined KDA of 21/6/20.
Throughout his team's full series against FC Schalke 04, Perkz was able to put up impressive numbers, paving the way to his team's success. He started things off on Cassiopeia and was able to decimate all in his path. Moving with expertise he was able to avoid death, picking up participation in 12 of his team's 14 kills in the victory. Although his team was defeated in the next game of the series, he still boasted nearly 100% kill participation. The following two games went better for Perkz once again, picking Corki first to counter the enemy LeBlanc. Though he was focused down and gave up two deaths, he was able to deal consistent damage and use his package to prevent the enemy team from pushing time and again. After finding yet another win, he opted to fall back to Cassiopeia and repeat his Game 1 performance. Boasting a nearly identical KDA, he once again had a deathless game, bringing his team a convincing 32-minute victory. As a result, G2 secured the series victory, clinching the team's spot at the World Championship.
Fantastic in first four games
September 15, 2018
Perkz ended G2's Saturday win over Splyce with an overall 16/9/20 KDA.
After a weak draft led to a Game 1 loss, Perkz stepped up to take the series into his own hands. His Game 2 on Akali was flawless, finding kills left and right to end 6/0/4 on 12 total G2 kills. He wasn't allowed back on the champion but instead shifted to Irelia, putting out a pair of solid performances that included a first blood solo kill prior to the three-minute mark. Unfortunately, Perkz fell off hard in Game 5 when he was put onto Malzahar, and gave up death after death. Thankfully, the rest of the team had stepped up by that point, and while Perkz' KDA was tanked, G2 took the series.
Shut down and shut out
August 25, 2018
7/7/10 was Perkz's scoreline by the end of G2's 3-0 loss to Misfits on Saturday.
Perkz managed to come out of G2's series with a respectable KDA for a shutout, but only due to the last game. In Games 1 and 2, his LeBlanc and Ryze respectively were completely shut down. In Game 1, Sencux's Twisted Fate prevented him from roaming and pressured the map later on so as to completely deny any chance of grabbing a pick. In Game 2, Misfits focused him relentlessly in the mid game, picking him off multiple times. For the final game, Perkz's Ryze managed to almost pull off a hero performance, being hugely impactful in the two miracle teamfights G2 won, but it just wasn't enough.
Shows off skill on reworked Akali
August 11, 2018
Perkz earned a 6/2/8 KDA on Akali during his team's victory over UoL.
Perkz showed off the reworked Akali during his team's victory over Unicorns of Love. Being the first player to select the new champion in a competitive game, all eyes were on him as things got started. Despite picking the champion into a tough matchup, he was able to make short work of his opponent. As soon as he found an advantage, he grouped with his team to begin dominating skirmishes. Anytime a member of the enemy team was caught out alone, he picked up a solo kill, buying his team a huge lead. In the final skirmishes of the game, he had no problem getting onto the enemy carries, allowing him to single-handedly dominate fights, securing a 39-minute victory for G2.
Uncharacteristic performance in loss
August 5, 2018
Perkz earned a 0/4/1 Kda on Orianna during his team's loss against Fnatic.
Throughout his team's defeat against Fnatic, Perkz struggled immensely. Trying to play aggressive in order to get things done, he found himself being focused heavily by the enemy jungler, quickly racking up several deaths in the process. Time and time again he found himself at the center of the enemy team's engage, causing him to be unable to deal any sort of damage prior to his death. Without his usual impact, the rest of G2 struggled, unable to find any openings. After losing back-to-back teamfights, G2 was defeated in 27 minutes.
Mechanically sound in lane
July 29, 2018
Perkz ended G2's Saturday loss to Schalke 04 with a KDA of 0/2/1.
With Perkz playing Yasuo up against the Zed of Nukeduck, mid lane promised to be highly entertaining. It lived up to this expectation, with the two fighting back and forth throughout the laning phase. Even as Nukeduck found kills elsewhere, though, Perkz's sharp mechanics, particularly with Wind Wall, allowed him to consistently outplay Nukeduck in the 1-vs-1. Furthermore, even as Nukeduck began to split-push at 3/0/0, Perkz was able to easily keep up in farm. Unfortunately, Schalke simply consistently outfought G2 at every juncture.
Funnel fed once again
July 21, 2018
Perkz ended 6/1/9 in G2's win over Vitality on Friday.
G2 returned to its strategy of funneling gold onto Perkz this game, and it paid off once again, this time on Taliyah. Aside from having the most farm by far at any given point in the game, he was also able to roam and create kills all around the map, as was his responsibility as the beneficiary of the funnel strategy. He continued to be effective in fights all game long, ending 6/1/9 for the most kill participation in the game, just two shy of perfection.
Unable to find a kill in defeat
July 14, 2018
Perkz finished his team's loss against Misfits with a 0/1/3 KDA on Zoe.
Although Perkz found himself on one of his most comfortable champions, he proved to be much more successful on a funneling strategy. After falling victim to lane pressure, he was able to move with his team to assist in early kills, but as the game progressed he found himself unable to do much of anything. After cracking the enemy base, things quickly turned around and PerkZ struggled to find any kills. As G2 lost teamfight after teamfight, PerkZ did little more than poke away at the tank members of the enemy team. Without the ability to one-shot any key targets, he allowed Misfits to quickly run away with the game. Thanks to the enemy windwall and huge defensive line, his pick was near useless with his projectiles constantly missing their mark. As a result, G2 could not keep things going, allowing for Misfits to take the game convincingly in 38 minutes.
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