Impact
Jung Eon-yeong 
South Korea
Team Liquid
Doesn't live up to his name
October 12, 2018
Impact finished Friday's loss to EDG with a 0/2/1 KDA as Sion.
ANALYSIS
Impact failed to do much during Team Liquid's loss to EDG. He was involved in only one of five kills, the lowest kill participation on the team. He had no kills, while his one assist was tied for the team low. Impact did give away only two of his team's 16 deaths, but it was mostly because he wasn't involved in the action throughout the game.
Game-high death total
October 10, 2018
Impact ended Wednesday's loss to KT Rolster with a 2/5/0 KDA as Urgot.
ANALYSIS
Impact struggled to stay alive during Team Liquid's opening match at the 2018 World Championships. He was involved in two of four kills, tying Xmithie for the second-highest kill participation on the team. His two kills were a team high, but he also led the game with five deaths as Team Liquid got off to a rough start in the group stage.
Strong tank and carry play nets win
September 2, 2018
Impact earned a series KDA of 10/4/24 during TL's 3-1 victory over 100.
ANALYSIS
Impact had an extremely strong showing during his team's victory over 100 Thieves. Starting the series off with a loss on Ornn, Impact was able to show signs of life despite his team's defeat, creating space in lane and looking for opportunities. Immediately after the loss, Impact stepped it up to help his team bounce back in the series. In Game 2, he found himself on Gangplank where he demolished lane and quickly used his ultimate to deal huge damage and slaughter the enemy in skirmishes, leading to a convincing win. Games 3 and 4 saw Impact fall back to a more supportive tank style of play that was crucial to his team's success. Picking to survive, he not only kept up in lane but simultaneously found himself the advantage and a way to join his team. In both games he found himself dying only once while participating in the vast majority of his team's kills. As a result, TL took the games and secured the 3-1 series victory over 100.
Deathless in victory
August 5, 2018
Impact earned a 0/0/7 KDA on Cho'gath during Liquid's victory over 100 Thieves.
ANALYSIS
Impact did his best James Bond impression as he dominated during his team's victory over 100T. Taking time during the early game to scale up, he quickly became the unkillable tank that his team needed in order to succeed. Showing up in teamfights, his ultimate was a constant threat, allowing him to make the enemy carries think twice before jumping into the midst of fights. This didn't stop him from dealing huge amounts of damage and providing crowd control to help TL turn around a poor early game. Bringing his team into the lead, he disrupted the enemy time and again in fights, allowing TL to turn things around and close out the game in 43 minutes.
Miserable performance amidst defeat
July 8, 2018
Impact earned a 0/7/1 KDA on Gangplank during his team's loss against G2.
ANALYSIS
Starting things off by getting solo killed, Impact had an absolutely terrible performance against G2. He tried to make up for his mistake by playing aggressively but he was continuously focused. Finding himself down 50 CS just 15 minutes into the game, Impact was quickly becoming useless. Unfortunately, he never came back, continuing to do nothing other than die. As he was focused down, the rest of Team Liquid fell apart, unable to make up for their top laners poor play. Despite being so far behind, Impact continued to push aggressively, allowing G2 to find the opportunity needed to find more kills. As a result, Team Liquid was too far behind to get anything going, allowing G2 to claim a convincing 26-minute victory.
Doesn't come close to unkillable
July 7, 2018
Impact's KDA read 0/3/2 by the end of Team Liquid's loss to Splyce on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Picking Dr. Mundo, Impact never got the chance to become the unkillable monster he was hoping to be. Against four heavy damage threats and a jungle Trundle to strip away his resistances, he was butter to the hot knife of Splyce, especially as the latter grew further and further ahead across the board. Impact did manage to keep up in CS, though this was partially because his lane opponent took multiple opportunities to roam early on.
Weathers the storm in victory over Fnatic
July 6, 2018
Impact earned a 2/3/11 KDA on Gangplank during Team Liquid's victory over Fnatic.
ANALYSIS
Impact proved once again why he's well known as one of the premier top lane talents in the western scene when he took on Fnatic's sOAZ and came out ahead during his team's match with Fnatic. His Gangplank pick was perfectly positioned to take over the game and provide a secondary threat alongside Doublelift's Kai'Sa, provided he could weather the early ganks that Broxah's Taliyah was sure to bring to the table. Fortunately, Fnatic's early game never made it off the ground, so Impact was free to abuse sOAZ's Dr. Mundo and scale into the later stages of the game, where he made life a living hell for the melee-stacked Fnatic lineup, all of which helped make Team Liquid's 34-minute victory an easy one.
Dominates Splyce in one-sided victory
July 6, 2018
Impact earned a 3/0/8 KDA on Gangplank during his team's swift victory over Splyce
ANALYSIS
Impact started his team's game against Splyce with an early kill and never slowed down. After getting first blood, he found himself constantly assisting his team in finding further advantages, using his ultimate for global pressure. As things progressed, he constantly found him in the heat of action, assisting his team in finding a 17-minute ace. He never stopped with his aggression, continuing to force fights left and right. Remaining deathless in the victory, Impact's stellar performance resulted in him participating in nearly all of his team's kills. As a result, Team Liquid claimed a convincing 28-minute victory.
Lays down a Poison Trail to victory
July 1, 2018
Impact posted a 6/2/13 KDA on Singed in Team Liquid's win against Echo Fox on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Impact got plenty of gank help early to get the advantage over Huni's Rumble for the laning phase. There were some close skirmishes in the mid game but Impact and the rest of Team Liquid absolutely dominated the second half.Impact's use of Singed's Fling became a death sentence as he threw the targets to burst down back into range for the damage dealers. Team Liquid were pretty much unstoppable as it secured a victory in just over 22 minutes.
Dominates with the reptilian monster
June 25, 2018
Impact went 4/0/3 in Team Liquid's win against Team SoloMid on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Impact went with Renekton in this game and tore right through TSM at every turn. After picking up the first kill in the top lane on Hauntzer, he kept up the pressure and led his team to the easy win. In every teamfight, he was doling out damage in droves and preventing TSM from getting anything going. He didn't stick to just fighting in teamfights, either, as he roamed the map to wreak havoc in the bottom lane, too. If Liquid can keep playing like this, another NA LCS title could be well within their reach.
Rakes in assists in win
June 24, 2018
Impact scored a 1/1/10 KDA on Singed in Team Liquid's victory against Counter Logic Gaming.
ANALYSIS
Impact gave up first blood but that would be his only death of the game. He bounced back quickly in the mid game, picking up plenty of assists when he grouped up with the rest of Team Liquid to win skirmishes and take objectives. It was easy for Impact and crew to rotate lanes and keep the pressure on as it broke into the base and finished off the Nexus in 28 minutes. Impact was seemingly everywhere that Team Liquid needed him to be as he finished with 100 percent kill participation.
Early aggression punished
June 18, 2018
Impact posted a 1/5/0 KDA on Ornn in Team Liquid's loss to the Golden Guardians on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
The laning phase went well for Impact as he bullied Lourlo to gain a small CS lead. However, things quickly changed in the mid game when Contractz began ganking, punishing Impact for his aggressive lane bullying and swinging the gold lead in favor of Lourlo. Impact wasn't much help in teamfights once they grouped up as Team Liquid quickly lost engages. Team Liquid didn't do well in its first experimentation on the LCS with a new meta team composition as it lost its Nexus in 22 minutes.
Solid performance on carry champion
June 16, 2018
Impact posted a 1/2/11 KDA on Aatrox in Team Liquid's victory against 100 Thieves on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Impact has worked on playing carry oriented champions over the break and came back ready to play them in the Summer. While Impact's Aatrox was taken down by a gank during the laning phase, it didn't hurt him too much as he was able to keep CS relatively close. Not falling behind meant he was still a good damage threat and when Impact chained his crowd control in second half teamfights, Team Liquid was able to dominate and quickly run away with a gold lead.
Long range engages pay off
May 15, 2018
Impact finished Team Liquid's win over Flash Wolves with a 0/2/8 KDA as Ornn.
ANALYSIS
Impact was involved in just over half of his team's kills during Tuesday's win. He picked up no kills and his eight assists were the second lowest on the team. Impact's primary purpose was to use Call of the Forge God to set up long-range engages in teamfights, allowing his carries to take down Flash Wolves.
Superb Shen split push in victory
May 14, 2018
Impact posted a 3/2/6 KDA on Shen in Team Liquid's win against Royal Never Give Up on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Impact had some fancy footwork early as he narrowly escaped an early gank with just a sliver of health. Despite that early setback, Impact reached a healthy point in the mid game where he used Stand United to make cross map plays that helped pile on bottom lane's lead. In the late game, Impact was able to get plenty of split pushing done, always saving Stand United for helping the rest of TL with objectives. Slow and steady was Team Liquid's plan and it executed it well as it coasted to a 37-minute victory.
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