Liu Shi-yu 
Royal Never Give Up
Closes out series sweep
May 18, 2018
Mlxg played Game 3 of Friday's sweep over Fnatic, earning a 8/4/9 KDA as Olaf.
Entering the series for the final game, Mlxg was involved in 17 of 20 kills to wrap up the series. His eight kills were a team high, while his nine assists were the second most in the game. Mlxg closed out the series in explosive fashion.
Recovers gracefully
May 15, 2018
Mlxg ended RNG's Monday win over Kingzone with a KDA of 2/3/13
Mlxg had one of the worst starts possible on Lee Sin, as he died level 1 only to invade at level 2 and die again. Miles behind his opponent, Mlxg turned to ganking, finding kills in multiple lanes to get back into the game. When teamfights rolled around, he was far more effective than Peanut's Graves, putting out respectable damage, saving teammates with shields, and landing solid Dragon's Rage kicks.
Lacks involvement despite one-sided win
May 15, 2018
Mlxg ended Tuesday's win over EVOS with a 0/0/1 KDA as Zac.
Despite being on one of the best ganking junglers in the game, Mlxg was involved in only one of his team's 11 kills. He didn't die in the game, but he really didn't do much of anything despite RNG taking down the game in one-sided fashion.
Bottom lane focus pays off in comeback
May 14, 2018
mlxg scored a 4/1/5 KDA on Graves in Royal Never Give Up's victory over Fnatic on Sunday.
mlxg spent a lot of time in the bottom lane early, helping to build a lead for himself as well as Uzi with multiple successful ganks. The early focus on the lower half let FNC take control of the top half but RNG wasn't going to let that stand for long. Once mlxg and RNG started to rotate the map as a group, the attack damage from Graves and Xayah easily tore through the frontline tanks that prioritized magic resist. RNG was able to complete the comeback after scoring an ace.
Early ganks come up empty in loss
May 14, 2018
mlxg posted a 2/3/3 KDA on Nocturne in Royal Never Give Up's loss to Team Liquid on Sunday.
mlxg wasn't able to accomplish much of anything in his early ganks. Most of his focus was on the top lane but it was really RNG's bottom side that needed the help. When he did head that way it was too little too late as TL's bottom lane duo were already crushing the 2-vs-2 matchup. mlxg did pick up some kills in the mid game but wasn't much help late as any attempt to assassinate someone failed.
Does enough to move on in playoffs
April 12, 2018
Mlxg ended RNG's sweep of WE with a 4/1/8 total KDA.
Mlxg finished Game 1 with a 2/1/1 KDA as Gragas. He was involved in only three of nine kills, ending with the lowest assist total, but tying for the second-most kills in the opening game. In Game 2, Mlxg used Trundle and earned a 2/0/7 KDA. He was unkillable, ending the game involved in all but one kill. He tied for the team-high assist total and the second-highest kill total as RNG closed out the series.
Opens the series before being subbed
February 28, 2018
Mlxg played the first two games of Wednesday's 2-1 win over VG, earning a 7/5/13 KDA.
Mlxg ended Game 1 with a 5/3/10 KDA as Camille. He was involved in 15 of 18 kills, tying Uzi for the team-high kill participation while earning the game's second-highest kill and assist totals. In Game 2, Mlxg used Jax and finished with a 2/2/3 KDA. He was involved in five of 11 kills, tying for the second-highest kill total, but only the fourth-most assists. Mlxg was replaced by Karsa for the series-deciding Game 3.
Wins both games he plays
January 15, 2018
mlxg finished with a 7/3/17 combined KDA in Games 2 and 3 of RNG's 2-1 win over iG.
mlxg entered the series in Game 2, replacing Karsa, and earned a 2/1/10 KDA as Jarvan IV. He was involved in all but one kill, finishing one assist behind the team leader. In Game 3, mlxg used Rek'sai and earned a 5/2/7 KDA. He was involved in 12 of 21 kills, finishing tied for the team-high in kills and ending with the lowest assist total as he helped RNG complete the reverse sweep.
Aggressive jungling pays off in series victory over Fnatic
October 22, 2017
mlxg earned a series KDA of 5/10/32 in RNG's 3-1 victory over Fnatic in the 2017 World Championship quarterfinals.
During his team's victory against Fnatic, mlxg had a remarkable performance that allowed RNG to take a convincing 3-1 series victory. Playing exclusively Jarvan in the series, mlxg showed his mastery of the champion, participating in the majority of his team's kills while simultaneously securing objectives left and right. After finding two convincing victories for his team, he was unable to control the objectives in Game 3, allowing Fnatic to mount a comeback. Despite the disheartening defeat, he bounced back in Game 4 stronger than ever. Picking up a critical elder dragon, he allowed the rest of his team to steamroll Fnatic in a final teamfight, closing out the game in 40 minutes. With the victory, RNG claimed their spot in the Semifinals of the 2017 World Championship.
Overcomes early struggles
October 14, 2017
mlxg tallied a 2/3/8 KDA in RNG's win over Samsung on Friday.
While mlxg is normally one of the weak points on this RNG team, he certainly stepped up to the plate in this series to give his team the first seed in Group C. He picked Lee Sin, and even though he gave up an early death, he bounced back in a big way as the game progressed. This was especially true in the late game where he found a huge kill that gave RNG a teamfight win and allowed them to break the game wide open.
Only one making plays for RNG
October 13, 2017
Mlxg went 2/3/0 in RNG's Friday loss to G2.
Despite being the leaders of Group C, RNG were completely run over in this game, almost without a fight. The little fight they did have came in the form of Mlxg's Rek'Sai, who at least tried to make plays. His first attempt was successful, as he got a kill in a bot lane gank, but the rest, not so much. An overextension in the bot lane gave up kills and objectives, and later aggression caused him to be caught out on multiple occasions. Still, as the only member or RNG to get any kills, it's hard to fault Mlxg in this one, as he seemed to be the only one actively trying to win.
Near perfect performance
October 7, 2017
mlxg finished RNG's win over Samsung with a 1/0/9 KDA as Jarvan IV.
mlxg pressured from an early stage, actively looking for Ambition and messing with his jungle counterpart. He finished involved in all but one RNG kill, finishing second in assists and tying for the third highest kill total. mlxg was excellent during RNG's win to take control of their group.
Plays well early before fizzling out
September 2, 2017
mlxg ended Friday's loss to EDG with an 8/14/44 combined KDA.
mlxg used Gragas in four of the five games, finishing with a combined 8/10/40 KDA on the champion. He found particular success in the first two games, going 3/4/29 on Gragas in RNG's two wins in the series. His other two games on Gragas, Game 3 and Game 5, didn't go as well as he only had a 5/6/11 KDA. He used Elise in Game 4, as it had been banned most of the series, but managed only a 0/4/4 KDA. Mlxg was involved in 52 of 66 kills in the series, but his impressive kill participation wasn't enough to lead RNG to an LPL title.
Weakest link in semifinals win
August 26, 2017
mlxg put together a KDA of 9/15/26 in RNG's 3-2 win against WE in the semifinals of the LPL Summer Playoffs.
Had Xiaohu not drug the carcass of RNG across the finish line in the final game of this series, mlxg's performance would have stood out like an even bigger sore thumb than it surely was. His Sejuani in Game 1 was unimpactful, accounting for six of his team's 18 deaths alone. He was better on Gragas in Game 2, but then invisible on Zac in Game 3. He had his best performance on Elise in Game 4, but even then, Xiaohu was still more of a factor in the win than anything. In the final game, he picked Jarvan IV and once again was pretty lackluster. Outside of a couple nice Cataclysms, he simply had no impact on the game. He died too many times and couldn't provide the tankiness that his team desperately needed. Thankfully, Xiaohu owned the final fight and brought his team the win, taking some of the heat off mlxg.
Provides the crowd control for RNG
August 18, 2017
mlxg ended Friday's sweep of LGD with a 2/5/17 combined KDA.
mlxg finished Game 1 with an unkillable 0/0/9 KDA as Sejuani. He picked up an assist on nine of RNG's 14 kills, finishing one assist behind Ming for the team lead. In Game 2, mlxg used Gragas and finished with a 2/5/8 KDA. He was involved in two-thirds of his team's kills, finishing with the second-highest assist total in the game. mlxg utilized both champions' crowd-control abilities to finish with a series-high 17 assists.
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