Kim Joo-Sung 
South Korea
Golden Guardians
Leads GGS in assists
March 26, 2019
Olleh ended Sunday's loss to FlyQuest with a 0/5/11 KDA as Braum.
Olleh couldn't help GGS pick up a win over FlyQuest during their tiebreaker match on Sunday. The support was involved in 11 of 14 kills, tying for the team-high in kill participation. He had no kills, but Olleh's 11 assists paced GGS in the loss.
Just misses double digit assists
February 26, 2019
Olleh ended Sunday's win over Echo Fox with a 2/1/9 KDA as Alistar.
Olleh helped take down Echo Fox with a strong outing on Alistar. The support was involved in 11 of 14 kills, ending with the second highest kill participation on the team. His two kills tied for the second highest total on the team, while his nine assists paced GGS.
Takes down CLG
February 22, 2019
Olleh ended Sunday's win over CLG with a 0/0/5 KDA as Thresh.
Olleh helped Golden Guardian's take out CLG with a solid performance on the play making champion. The support was involved in five of nine kills, tying for the team-low in kill participation. He was unkillable, taking away no kills, while his five assists were tied for the second highest total on the team.
Expected to join Golden Guardians
November 27, 2018
Olleh is expected to join Golden Guardians, ESPN.com's Jacob Wolf reports.
Provided the transfer agreement is processed and finalized, Olleh will join Golden Guardians after a year-long stint with Team Liquid, and just his second year in North America altogether. A variety of lineup changes helped pave the way for Olleh to join a different team, but its clear Golden Guardians is intent on improving its woeful mark in the standings, where it finished in last during the 2018 Spring and Summer Split.
Team-high kill participation, assist total
October 16, 2018
Olleh finished Tuesday's win over MAD with a 0/2/9 KDA as Braum.
Olleh helped Team Liquid pick up their second win of the tournament with a good performance on Braum. He was involved in nine of 13 kills, leading Team Liquid in kill participation during the win. He had no kills, but his nine assists were the team-high as Team Liquid took down MAD Team for the second time in the group.
Falls to KT again
October 16, 2018
Olleh ended Tuesday's loss to KT with a 0/2/2 KDA as Alistar.
Olleh was unable to get his AD Carry to a point where he could carry the game in the loss. He was involved in two of four kills, tying Doublelift for the team-low kill participation. He had no kills, while his two assists were the second highest total in the loss.
Leads team in kills as support
October 12, 2018
Olleh finished Friday's loss to EDG with a 2/4/3 KDA as Leona.
Olleh couldn't help Team Liquid find their first win of the 2018 World Championships as EDG took down the North American champions on Friday. Olleh was involved in all five TL kills, leading the team with 100 percent kill participation. His two kills tied Pobelter for the team high, while his three assists were the second most in the loss.
75 percent kill involvement
October 10, 2018
Olleh ended Wednesday's loss to KT Rolster with a 1/3/2 KDA as Rakan.
Olleh couldn't get Doublelift to a point where he could carry, with Team Liquid falling behind from an early stage. Olleh was involved in three of four kills, tying Doublelift for the team high in kill participation. His one kill was tied for the second-highest total on the team, while his two assists tied him for the team lead.
Gets going early in series victory
September 2, 2018
Olleh earned a series KDA of 2/8/35 during Team Liquid's 3-1 series victory over 100 Thieves.
In the series that would solidify Team Liquid's place at the World Championship, Olleh dominated, assisting his team in taking a convincing 3-1 victory. Starting things off on Braum, Olleh struggled to find his team victory but showed up despite his team faltering. After trying to find openings, Olleh was unable to do so, resulting in his team falling in Game 1. Thankfully, this was Olleh and Team Liquid's only lackluster result of the series. For the rest of things, Olleh had no problem initiating fights, taking control of lane, and roaming to secure his team huge advantages. Time and again he was able to find openings for Liquid who happily capitalized. With extreme coordination and determination, Olleh moved alongside his team to steamroll over 100 Thieves. As a result, the team took three games in a row with ease, securing the 3-1 series victory and the team's berth at the 2018 World Championship.
Struggles despite victory
August 5, 2018
Olleh finished his team's victory over 100T with a 0/4/6 KDA on Tahm Kench.
Throughout his team's victory over 100T, Olleh was the scapegoat for his team's mistakes. After picking up an early assist, he found himself constantly being focused. Unfortunately for his statline, this meant he gave himself up in order to keep the rest of his team safe, time and again. Try as he might, he could not bring his team a victory without dying. Thankfully, his strong vision control allowed his team to bounce back from the early deficit. As a result, Team Liquid took back-to-back teamfight victories, closing out the game in 43 minutes.
Abysmal on Alistar
July 15, 2018
Olleh went 0/6/1 as Liquid fell to FlyQuest on Sunday.
Of all the awful performances from Liquid this game, Olleh's Alistar was likely the worst. His baffling choices of when to go in during the laning phase cost him his life multiple times, and ultimately cost Liquid the lane and first turret. As a result of Olleh's actions, Liquid gave over four kills to WildTurtle's Varus without any form of jungler interference. Things didn't get better, as Olleh's lone good engage came at the very end of the game, when FlyQuest was far too ahead for it to matter.
Unable to create an impact against G2
July 8, 2018
Olleh earned a 0/6/4 KDA on Tahm Kench during his team's defeat against G2.
Olleh had a lackluster performance against G2, to say the least. Despite his team's defeat, he had a few strong plays that gave his team hope, but ultimately, was unable to create the necessary impact to take down the European powerhouse. He showed up decently in lane, assisting Doublelift in finding farm and a kill. After lane Olleh left much to be desired. Unable to get anything done during roams, he constantly gave his life in an attempt to take down an enemy player. As these attempts didn't work out, Team Liquid quickly fell behind. Once far behind, Olleh was not on the correct champion to make any comeback plays. Although he was able to save his carries time and again, it came at the price of his life. Ultimately, Olleh was unable to get anything done, allowing G2 to secure the game victory for themselves.
Tarnishes his previous performance
July 7, 2018
Olleh ended Team Liquid's Saturday loss to Splyce 0/5/3.
In stark contrast with his previous Braum game, Olleh looked uncomfortable during much of the affair with Splyce on Saturday. Obviously, with one's entire team falling behind, it's difficult to look great on support, but Olleh had multiple situations which he played poorly, usually resulting in his death. He led the game in this category, ending the game with as many deaths as his team had kills.
Flawless performance secures victory over Splyce
July 6, 2018
Olleh earned a 2/0/8 KDA during his team's victory against Splyce.
Picking Braum, Olleh showed his expertise on the champion with an astounding game. During the early game, his passive was crucial in allowing his team to pick up kills. With extreme amounts of crowd control, he simply locked down key targets until the rest of his team could collapse and kill them. After finding an advantage, he was able to easily being controlling vision. With a vision advantage, the rest of his team had no problem collapsing onto Splyce time and again. Forcing teamfights left and right, Olleh continued to dominate and lock down key enemy members. As a result of this, TL claimed back-to-back teamfight victories, allowing them to storm the enemy base and find a 28-minute victory.
Rakes in assists in victory
July 1, 2018
Olleh scored a 1/1/20 KDA on Rakan in Team Liquid's win against Echo Fox.
After Olleh and Doublelift caught out Fenix at level 1, the laning phase was a breeze. The early advantage let Olleh pretty much engage whenever he wanted to as the bottom lane duo control the laning phase. By the time the mid game fights broke out, Olleh began setting up plenty of kills for the rest of Team Liquid on his way to a 78 percent kill participation.
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