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Scales well, but can't carry Splyce
February 23, 2018
Odoamne finished Friday's loss to UoL with a 4/3/9 KDA as Gangplank.
Odoamne ended the game involved in 13 of 17 kills. His four kills were tied for the second-highest total on the team, while his nine assists were the third most. Odoamne was able to scale well into the mid and late game, but couldn't help carry Splyce in 5-vs-5 teamfights as UoL came away with the win.
Involved in first 16 kills
February 23, 2018
Xerxe ended Splyce's loss to UoL with a 4/2/12 KDA as Sejuani.
Xerxe ended the game involved in 16 of 17 kills. His four kills tied for the second most on the team, while his 12 assists were a team high. Xerxe had the lowest death total on his team and was involved in Splyce's first 16 kills. It wasn't enough to stop UoL in late-game teamfights, however, as Splyce fell on Friday.
Survives early camp
February 23, 2018
Nisqy ended Friday's loss to UoL with a 5/5/4 KDA as Orianna.
Nisqy finished the game involved in nine of 17 kills. His five kills were a team high, but his four assists were a team low. His five deaths were also a team high in the game. Nisqy got off to a decent start, picking up an assist on first blood and navigating his way through being camped early, but couldn't carry Splyce in teamfights.
Heavily targeted in the ban phase
February 23, 2018
Kobbe finished Splyce's loss to UoL with a 4/4/6 KDA as Ezreal.
Kobbe ended the game involved in 10 of 17 kills. His four kills tied for the second-highest total on the team, while his six assists were the fourth most. Kobbe was heavily targeted by UoL in the ban phase, forcing Splyce's carry to pick an unfavorable champion. The strategy was a sound one as Kobbe was unable to deliver his usual carry performance.
Reaches double-digit assists
February 23, 2018
kaSing earned a 0/3/10 KDA as Braum during Friday's loss to UoL.
kaSing was involved in 10 of 17 kills during the loss. He picked up no kills, but finished with the second-highest assist total and second-lowest death total on the team. kaSing was unable to stop UoL from dominating teamfights as Splyce dropped their opening game of Week 6.
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Players allowed to explore options
November 1, 2017
Splyce has granted their players permission to explore their options outside of Splyce.
The team's players have all announced on Twitter that they are now allowed to explore options for the upcoming season. After the team signed a new coach this week, this move makes it clear that they are looking to rebuild going into the 2018 competitive year. After they failed to advance very far into the Summer Playoffs and then failed to qualify for Worlds, they are looking for a bit more production. With a few teams being denied entry into the NA LCS this season, it's possible that Splyce could pick up an import in that manner.