Charly Guillard 
Giants Gaming
Struggles to utilize Taliyah in fights, but dominates objectives
June 19, 2018
Djoko earneda 0/4/3 KDA on Taliyah in his team's victory over H2K.
From the beginning of the game, it seemed clear that Djoko was not comfortable on Taliyah, but was rather forced to pick the strong champion in order to deny it from the enemy team. The result was a rather unfortunate looking performance when it came down to teamfights and skirmishes. Thankfully, Djoko redeemed himself with an absolutely stunning objective game. Keeping full control of the map, he was able to claim every elemental dragon for his team, every Baron, and an Elder Dragon. This domination helped GIA stay in the game despite being down in kills, contributing to a firm grasp on the game. Although he didn't perform as well in fights, his disruption of the enemy team was enough to facilitate his carries' success, allowing GIA to eventually claim a 45-minute victory over H2K.
Falls off before game's end
March 4, 2018
Djoko ended Giants' Saturday loss to G2 with a KDA of 2/2/5.
Djoko's Olaf was solid in the first half of the game, being a key part of all of Giants' plays in the early-to-mid game. However, as is usually the case with Olaf, he eventually reached the point where he could no longer adequately threaten G2's carries. As G2 continued to scale up, Djoko became less and less useful, and a less reliable target for Heroic Entrance. Ultimately, his ineffectiveness in the late game helped lead to a loss for Giants.
Lacks effective engage after falling behind
March 2, 2018
Djoko finished Friday's loss to ROCCAT with a 0/3/3 KDA as Zac.
Djoko ended the game involved in three of four kills. He tied for the team high in assists with three, but also had the second-highest death total. Djoko struggled to find effective engages once Giants fell behind.
Gives away first blood to start snowball
February 16, 2018
Djoko ended Giants' loss to Splyce with a 0/2/0 KDA as Jax.
Djoko finished the game unable to find a kill or an assist. He was killed to give away first blood, allowing Splyce to snowball early. Djoko had next to no impact on the game in the one-sided loss.
Involved in first eight GIA kills
February 2, 2018
Djoko ended Friday's win over ROCCAT with a 2/4/12 KDA as Jarvan IV.
Djoko finished the game involved in 14 of 16 kills, leading Giants in kill participation after being involved with the team's first eight kills. His 12 assists led the game, while his two kills were tied for the team low. Djoko had a bad invade early on in the game that threw control of the game to ROCCAT, but he was able to bounce back by creating good engages in teamfights.
Leads game in assists
January 26, 2018
Djoko ended Friday's win over G2 with a 1/3/13 KDA as Sejuani.
Djoko helped lead Giants to a surprise win over G2 by being involved in 14 of 16 kills. He led the game with 13 assists, locking down members of G2 throughout teamfights to help Giants to victory. His three deaths tied for a team high and he had the lowest kill total on the team in the win.
Good kill participation
January 20, 2018
Djoko ended Saturday's loss to Viatlity with a 1/1/5 KDA as Sejuani.
Djoko helped get Giants off to an early game lead before falling off in the late game once Vitality scaled. He was involved in all but one Giants' kill, leading the team in assists with five.
Assist-heavy performance
January 19, 2018
Djoko finished Friday's win over UoL with a 0/1/8 KDA as Sejuani.
Djoko was heavily involved in Giants upset win over UoL by utilizing the Sejuani pick. He was involved in eight of 12 kills, tying for the team high in assists with eight, while giving away only one death. Djoko used Sejuani's multiple crowd-control abilities to lock down UoL members throughout the game, setting up kills for his carries.
Doesn't style as hard as he was hoping
August 14, 2017
Djoko ended Vitality's Sunday loss to Splyce with an overall KDA of 9/18/18.
In what turned out to be quite the troll series, Djoko didn't seem to have quite as much fun as certain other players. He was able to find some solid Fiddlesticks ultimates in Game 1, but ultimately still lost to the superior late game of Splyce. In Game 2, his Pantheon split farm with Cabochard's Lee Sin in the bot lane, and quickly became useless, going 2/11/4 as Splyce stomped Vitality.
Low impact outside of Game 1
July 23, 2017
Djoko's scoreline read 4/6/10 overall at the end of Vitality's 1-2 loss to G2 on Saturday.
Djoko started off the series on Maokai, and made a quick trip to the top lane to get Cabochard's Cho'Gath ahead. This alone had a huge impact on the game, but he didn't stop there, as his ultimates and Twisted Advances throughout the entire game were a huge part of Vitality's numerous teamfight victories. He stuck with the tree in Game 2, but while he found another successful top-lane gank, that was all he could manage, going 0/2/1 in the loss. Finally, in Game 3, Djoko's Cho'Gath found first blood with a mid-lane gank, but then immediately died, and failed to do anything else in the early game. He ended with a decent KDA thanks to grabbing some kills with Feast, but didn't leave much of a mark on the game.
Solid Game 2 despite loss
July 16, 2017
Djoko ended Vitality's 0-2 loss to Fnatic with an overall 0/5/9 KDA.
Not much can be said for Djoko's Sejuani in Game 1, though he did manage to find an assist on Vitality's lone kill of the game. His Game 2 on Gragas was a huge improvement, however. He found assists on his team's first three kills to get them rolling and put Vitality out to an early lead. As the game transitioned into teamfights, Djoko's ultimates were mostly on point, and he was the last of his teammates to tally a death in the game. However, ultimately his teammates were largely outplayed by their Fnatic counterparts, and there wasn't anything Djoko could do to carry.
Instrumental in wins
July 13, 2017
Djoko finished Thursday's 2-1 win over NiP with a 4/3/19 combined KDA.
Djoko used Olaf in Game 1 to finish with a 2/1/8 KDA. He was involved in Vitality's first four kills and finished the game involved in 10 of his team's 12 kills. Using Olaf again in Game 2, Djoko finished with a 1/2/2 KDA. He was unable to replicate his Game 1 success, despite having 100 percent kill participation on Vitality's three kills. Switching to Elise for Game 3, Djoko earned a 1/0/9 KDA. He was unkillable, finishing the game involved in 10 of Vitality's 15 kills and tying Steeelback for the team high in assists at nine.
Only leaves a mark on Game 2
June 22, 2017
Djoko ended Thursday's 1-2 loss to Misfits with a 4/12/19 combined KDA.
In Game 1, Djoko used Ivern to finish with a 0/3/2 KDA. He had 100 percent kill participation as Vitality managed only two kills in the game. In Game 2, Djoko used Kha'Zix to end with a 2/5/15 KDA. He was involved in 17 of Vitality's 26 kills in Game 2, providing excellent burst damage in teamfights to help even the series. In Game 3, Djoko finished with a 2/4/2 KDA as Olaf. He managed only 40 percent kill participation as Vitality fell behind in Game 3 and never recovered.
Leads lobby in deaths
June 18, 2017
Djoko ended 4/9/6 as Team Vitality went down 0-2 to H2K-Gaming on Saturday.
Djoko started out strong on his first game of Warwick, pulling off a counter gank to get an early kill for himself. Immediately afterwards, however, things began to go downhill. Starting with an overaggressive dive attempt in the mid lane, Djoko simply couldn't seem to keep himself alive, falling time and again to his own aggressive play. He stuck with Warwick for Game 2, and maintained his playstyle as well. He went down just five minutes in, only spared from giving up first blood by his teammate's level 1 blunder. Once again, he couldn't seem to refrain from diving past safety, and while he made a couple more positive plays this game, he couldn't do nearly enough to get a win.
Doesn't need to be great
June 15, 2017
Djoko ended Vitality's sweep of Mysterious Monkeys with a 0/4/11 KDA in two games as Kha'Zix.
Djoko ended Game 1 with a 0/3/4 KDA. He wasn't at his best, nor was he heavily involved in kills in Game 1, ending with only 25 percent kill participation. He didn't need to be great however, as his laners snowballed without him in Game 1. He was better in Game 2, ending with a 0/1/7 KDA. He was involved in half of his team's kills, but didn't need to carry as Vitality took an easy series sweep.
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