Greyson Gilmer 
United States
Golden Guardians
Carries in win over CLG
February 15, 2020
Goldenglue ended Saturday's win over CLG with a 6/1/7 KDA as Cassiopeia.
Goldenglue helped carry Golden Guardians to a win over CLG on Saturday. The mid laner was involved in 13 of 15 kills, leading GG in kill participation. Goldenglue's seven assists ended as the third highest total on the team, while his six kills paced GG in the victory.
Involved in eight of 12 kills
February 11, 2020
Goldenglue ended Monday's win over TL with a 3/3/5 KDA as Zoe.
Goldenglue helped Golden Guardians upset Team Liquid to finish Week 3 with a victory. The mid laner was involved in eight of 12 kills, tying for the second highest kill participation on the team. Goldenglue's five assists were the third highest total on the team, while his three kills were the second most in the victory.
100% kill participation in victory
February 1, 2020
Goldenglue ended Saturday's win over EG with a 4/2/5 KDA as Syndra.
Goldenglue helped Golden Guardians pick up their first win of the season as they took down EG on Saturday. The mid laner was involved in all nine kills, leading GG with 100% kill participation. GoldenGlue finished with the team-high totals in kills and assists during the victory.
Can't carry as Diana
January 26, 2020
Goldenglue ended Sunday's loss to C9 with a 0/3/2 KDA as Diana.
Goldenglue struggled to do much of anything as Golden Guardians dropped their second straight game of the weekend. The mid laner was involved in two of seven kills, ending with the second lowest kill participation on the team. Goldenglue's two assists tied for the second highest total on the team in the loss.
Traded to GGS
November 22, 2019
Goldenglue has been traded to Golden Guardians ahead of the 2020 season.
Goldenglue moves from C9 to GGS where he is expected to become the starting mid laner for 2020. Palafox moves to C9 in the return portion of the trade.
Ends regular season with win
March 25, 2019
Goldenglue ended Sunday's win over Clutch with a 4/1/8 KDA as Lissandra.
Goldenglue helped Cloud9 end the Spring Split regular season with a win over Clutch Gaming. The mid laner was involved in 12 of 19 kills, ending with the fourth highest kill participation on the team. His two kills tied for the second highest total, while his eight assists were the third most during the win.
Comes in clutch for Cloud 9
September 2, 2018
Goldenglue earned a combined KDA of 4/2/7 during his two games against Team SoloMid.
After his team found itself down 2-1 against TSM, Goldenglue was called upon to assist in bringing the team a pair of much-needed victories. Picking Malzahar in both games, Goldenglue was able to dominate lane and transition his lead to the rest of the map with ease. After dominating lane in the first game, he was able to group with his team and provide necessary crowd control to dominate TSM in several skirmishes. As a result, C9 took a 33-minute victory. The next game went even better for Goldenglue who once again found success on Malzahar in lane. As the game picked up in pace, he had no trouble reacting to TSM's attempted aggression. As skirmishes continued to erupt, he found himself locking down key targets, giving C9 the opening the team needed to find success. As a result, C9 took a convincing 24-minute victory to close out the series 3-2.
Makes a statement
August 12, 2018
4/0/5 was Goldenglue's KDA at the end of Cloud9's win over Team Liquid on Sunday.
Goldenglue had an absolutely dominant return to the LCS on Sunday, alongside teammate Svenskeren. On the pairing of Syndra and Lee Sin, the duo conspired to crush the mid lane matchup, and took over the rest of the map from there, brute forcing down turrets and taking a huge gold lead. Goldenglue was half of the one-two punch that allowed Cloud9 to take an easy win on Sunday.
Puts the team on his back
June 24, 2018
Goldeglue put up a 3/2/2 KDA in Cloud9's loss against the Golden Guardians on Saturday.
Goldenglue's Swain was almost the reason that Cloud9 pulled out a victory in this game. During the mid game, he was just straight deleting people off the map, including Deftly in an effort to halt Golden's funnel strategy. This was well and good, but Cloud9 was unable to really build on that, mainly plainly a prevent defense rather than going on the offensive at any point. As such, Deftly had enough time to farm his way into the late game before shutting Cloud9 down in 48 minutes.
Solid performance in return to LCS
June 17, 2018
Goldenglue finished with a 2/2/4 KDA on Zoe in CLoud9's loss to Clutch Gaming on Saturday.
Of the players the Cloud9 brought up from the Academy team, there was only one that had a solid performance and that was Goldenglue. He managed to pick up a solo kill during the laning phase on his way to building a pretty big CS lead. Goldenglue did his best in teamfights to carry as he lead C9 in damage dealt to champions. However, Goldenglue's effort wasn't enough to win key teamfights and after Cloud9 lost an inhibitor it never recovered.
To start for Cloud9 in Week 1
June 13, 2018
In a video on the team's official YouTube channel, it was confirmed that Goldenglue will be starting in the mid lane for Cloud9.
Goldenglue's stints in the NA LCS, including runs with Team Dignitas and Team Liquid, have been few and far between, as well as unsuccessful. However, Cloud9 owner Jack Etienne and coach Reapered assured fans that the move comes as the result of extraordinary efforts made by Goldenglue and his Academy teammates, and that they are fielding what they believe to be the strongest possible roster. Goldenglue will start alongside Licorice, Svenskeren, Keith, and Zeyzal this weekend.
Picked up performance in Game 2 not enough to extend series
July 29, 2017
Goldenglue earned a 2/4/5 KDA in Team Liquid's series loss to Immortals on Friday.
In Game 1 Goldenglue's blind pick of Lucian couldn't do much of anything in lane against Cassiopeia. He was bullied out of lane and quickly fell behind in CS, nearly reaching the flame horizon. While Goldenglue managed to keep his deaths low he wasn't able to contribute much to teamfights. In Game 2 Goldenglue drafted Taliyah and had a much better early game. Goldenglue kept the gold close thanks to picking up an early kill with a roam into the bottom lane. However the late game teamfights weren't very good for Goldenglue as he often got blown up before dealing out much damage.
Makes a fantastic case for himself
July 2, 2017
Goldenglue went a superb 5/1/7 in two games of Liquid's 1-2 loss to Echo Fox on Saturday.
Subbed in for Game 2 after spending the last couple weeks on the bench, Goldenglue came in and immediately demanded more playing time. He picked up a triple kill on Galio just minutes into Game 2, and continued to snowball the game from there with his roams, ending 3/0/7 in Liquid's sole win of the series. In Game 3, his Viktor was arguably the best performer on Liquid, ending 2/1/0 with only three kills total for his team. Expect to see Goldenglue starting series from now on, rather than being subbed in.
Put me in coach
May 24, 2017
Goldenglue has been put back in the starting lineup for Team Liquid, the team announced on its Twitter on Tuesday.
After being benched at the start of the Spring Split, Goldenglue has been given a new lease on life with his insertion back into the starting lineup of Team Liquid. Following his benching, he went to South Korea to boot camp for a couple months to gain some valuable experience. He seems to have a renewed focus going into the split, but only time will tell how successful his run will be.
Gets benched in Liquid roster shuffle
February 28, 2017
Goldenglue will move to the Team Liquid bench, as reported by ESPN's Jacob Wolf.
Amidst a terrible beginning to the season, Goldenglue has been on the receiving end of heavy scrutiny and criticism from across the League of Legends community. Goldenglue currently holds some of the worst stats in his position in the NA LCS, including a 2.1 KDA putting him third lowest among starting mid laners, and is seen as adequate at best. While AD carry Piglet might not be an ideal candidate to take over the mid lane, Liquid management believe he will contribute more to the team than Goldenglue, whose future looks grim.
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