Felix Edling 
Giants Gaming
MVP performance results in victory
June 19, 2018
Betsy earned a dominant 6/1/1 KDA on Azir in his team's 45-minute victory over H2K.
From the very start of the game, Betsy showed his abilities on Azir, absolutely dominating the enemy team at all stages of the game. Early in the game, Betsy secured four kills for himself and continued to deal massive damage in teamfights. Despite his team falling behind in kills after several unsuccessful skirmishes, Betsy kept his cool, continuing to output consistent damage. This allowed his team to remain in the game and continue buying time to dominate the macro game. As the game came down to the wire and his team was defeated in a final fight, Betsy backdoored the enemy base, securing both nexus towers and ending the game alone to claim a 45-minute victory for his team.
A tad trigger happy
March 4, 2018
Betsy's scoreline read 2/2/5 at the end of Giants' loss to G2 on Saturday.
Betsy had two decent targets for Galio's Heroic Entrance in Ruin's Kled and Djoko's Olaf in this game, but neither were quite ideal. The lack of reliable lockdown, of the type provided by a Camille or Jarvan IV, was absent from the team composition, demanding that Betsy choose and time his ultimates a bit more carefully. He didn't seem to consider this, however, as he repeatedly pulled the trigger on his ultimate at the beginning of the engagement, before any escapes or Summoner Spells were blown. Sometimes this worked out, but there were also several fumbled engagements as a result, just enough to allow G2 to power up its late-game carries and take the game.
Team-high kill participation and death total
March 2, 2018
Betsy ended Giants' loss to ROCCAT with a 1/4/3 KDA as Azir.
Betsy finished the game involved in 100 percent of his team's kills, leading Giants in kill participation. His one kill tied for the team high, while his three assists were also tied for the most on the team. Betsy also had a team-high four deaths as Giants dropped their opening game of the week.
Too many scaling champions
February 16, 2018
Betsy finished Giants' Friday loss with a 0/1/0 KDA as Ryze.
Betsy had no real impact on the game, finishing with no kills or assists. He was unable to scale as Splyce snowballed early and never relented. Giants picked three scaling lanes and when they were shut down early, never recovered.
Unkillable while carrying
February 2, 2018
Betsy finished Day 5 of the EU LCS with a 5/0/8 KDA as Azir.
Betsy ended the game involved in 13 of 16 kills. He was unkillable while leading Giants with five kills. His eight assists were also the third-highest total on the team as he finished with the second-highest kill participation. Betsy's late-game damage was a big factor in Giants' ability to dominate teamfights.
Takes control of the map
January 26, 2018
Betsy finished Giants' win over G2 with a 6/0/6 KDA as Veigar.
Betsy ended the game unkillable, while being involved in 12 of 14 kills in the game. He led the game with six kills, while his six assists were the lowest on the team. Betsy utilized Veigar's Event Horizon to block of wide sections of the map during teamfights, stopping G2 from finding opportune points to fight in or retreat to.
Rotates well in the early game
January 20, 2018
Betsy finished Day of the EU LCS with a 1/2/4 KDA on Ryze as Giants fell to Vitality.
Betsy rotated well in the early game and was involved in Giants' first four kills as they got off to an excellent start. Betsy finished the game involved in five of seven kills, but was unable to carry Giants as Vitality took over in the late game.
Plays well on Azir
January 19, 2018
Betsy ended Giants win over UoL with a 2/2/5 KDA as Azir.
Betsy used Azir to help Giants earn an upset win over UoL during Day 1 of the EU LCS. He was involved in seven of 12 kills, finishing with the third-highest kill total and tying for the second-most assists. Betsy did give away a team-high two kills, but it wasn't enough to negatively affect the game.
Frustrating loss in Game 1
July 16, 2017
Betsy ended 14/4/18 in ROCCAT's 1-2 loss to Mysterious Monkeys on Saturday.
Betsy went with LeBlanc for Game 1, and looked terrific early on. He found his team's first kill thanks to a gank from Wadid on Thresh, and snowballed from there, ending the game with a 6/0/5 KDA. However, while he was extremely helpful in creating picks for his team, they were unable to capitalize sufficiently on them, and Betsy wasn't quite nimble enough to make his champion work in 5-vs-5 teamfights, understandably. In Game 2, Betsy avoided that problem by picking the scaling Vladimir, and picked up an assist on first blood with a gank from Pridestalker's Elise. This time around he was able to scale beautifully into the late game, tag-teaming with Hjarnan's Jhin to provide all the damage ROCCAT could want. Unfortunately, Betsy simply wasn't able to make anything happen on Syndra in Game 3, and neither were any of his teammates.
Timid play encapsulates comeback win
June 16, 2017
Betsy put together a 11/9/8 KDA in ROCCAT's comeback victory against Fnatic on Thursday.
Betsy ended up in a lot of matchups in this series that required a ton of skill to overcome, and he faltered more often than not. Caps was by far the better mid laner in this series, but Betsy still ended up with the win. Despite not landing many skillshots throughout the series, he managed to come up with a couple of the key plays that ROCCAT needed to somehow pull off the incredible upset. But even though they won, the overarching issue with Betsy in the series was his lack of aggression. He never seemed to know when to jump in and make a move or when to step back and bide his time. That's something that he definitely needs to work on in order for ROCCAT to keep pushing into the playoffs.
Unkillable Game 1 the highlight of lost series
June 2, 2017
Betsy ended ROCCAT's 1-2 loss to G2 with a 7/9/6 combined KDA.
Betsy used Syndra in Game 1 to end with a 5/0/5 KDA. He scaled well in the game, helping ROCCAT dominate the mid game and culminating in four kills in the final teamfight of the game. Using Lucian in Game 2, Besty struggled with a 2/5/1 KDA. He fell behind Blanc early and never recovered as G2 snowballed a Game 2 win. Betsy returned to Syndra for Game 3, ending with a 0/4/0 KDA. He couldn't replicate his Game 1 success, falling early and often to Blanc in lane.
Completely redeems himself after poor Game 1
April 1, 2017
Betsy ended ROCCAT's upset win over G2 with a KDA of 13/5/13.
Perhaps in the April Fool's Day spirit, or perhaps under the impression that he'd discovered the ultimate Syndra counter, Betsy went with an AP Nasus pick for Game 1. This utterly failed to accomplish anything, not even managing to keep up in farm, which is the one thing it should have done under any circumstances. After the loss, Betsy made the switch to Ryze and looked miles better. He picked up two early kills in skirmishes before going absolutely massive in the first teamfight, starting out 5/0/1 in the first 20 minutes. This made Betsy the driving force behind ROCCAT's teamfight victories, as they had no hope of winning a battle without him. His use of Realm Warp was also solid as he led his team to a Game 2 win. Betsy kept up his momentum in Game 3 on Swain, effortlessly dealing with Perkz's LeBlanc in lane despite the early advantages the latter secured early on. He was still 0/1/0 when the teamfights rolled around, but made a huge statement once they did, consistently zoning out multiple members of G2 and not dying again all game long. Betsy ended 6/1/5 in the upset victory, ending G2's undefeated streak.
Clean KDA in sweep of Misfits
March 24, 2017
Betsy finished ROCCAT's sweep of Misfits with a 9/2/8 combined KDA.
Betsy ended Game 1 with a 5/1/5 KDA as Vladimir. He picked up an assist during a 4-vs-3 fight in the top lane and three kills picking off IgNar twice and PowerOfEvil once in the mid game. He grabbed two assists in the second teamfight and two kills and an assist in the third teamfight to close out Game 1. In Game 2, Betsy used Kassadin to finish with a 4/1/3 KDA. He picked up a kill and an assist in the first teamfight and a kill picking off PowerOfEvil in the late game. He helped pick off Alphari in the late game before his two kills and assist in the final teamfight closed out the win.
Happy comfort champs are back in meta
March 18, 2017
Betsy ended Thursday's win over Fnatic with a 6/7/17 combined KDA.
Betsy ended Game 1 with a 1/4/6 KDA as Vladimir. He picked up an assist in the second teamfight and a kill and two assists in the third teamfight. His three assists in the fourth teamfight weren't enough to stop Fnatic from taking Game 1. Using Swain in Game 2, Betsy ended with a 2/3/5 KDA. He picked up an assist on first blood and an assist taking out sOAZ in the early game. He grabbed an assist in the first teamfight and solo killed both sOAZ and Rekkles during a late game 1-vs-3, showing off Swain's impressive healing power. His assist in the second and in the final teamfights allowed ROCCAT to even the series. Returning to Vladimir for Game 3, Betsy ended with a 3/0/6 KDA. He picked off Broxah and sOAZ in the mid game for a kill and an assist and picked off Caps moments later for his second kill. He grabbed a kill and an assist in the first teamfight and an assist taking out Broxah after ROCCAT secured the Baron. His three assists in the final teamfight allowed ROCCAT to close out the series.
Pushed around in mid lane
March 6, 2017
Betsy only managed a 2/6/7 KDA when ROCCAT was swept by Unicorns of Love on Saturday.
Betsy, playing on Ryze in both games, had a pretty terrible series here against UoL. He was up in farm early on, but was still even in level in the early game since Samux had an early assist. His best moment came when he picked up a kill while helping Phaxi clean up a teamfight around Baron 22 minutes in. Other than that, he didn't manage to contribute a ton to this game. He started off Game 2 on the wrong foot, dying to tower shots moments after Maxlore picked up the first blood. He initiated another poor engagement and lost his life once again. All in all, he had no impact in this mid lane, finish with no kills to his name in the game.
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