LGD Gaming
China
Falls off in final game against JDG
August 28, 2018
Pyl earned a 2/5/9 KDA during his team's series sweep over JDG.
ANALYSIS
Despite his team absolutely dominating JDG in both games, Pyl only had a strong showing in one of his team's victories. He started off the series with a huge performance on Tahm Kench, participating in nearly all of his team's kills. After finding a lead in lane, he had no problem controlling vision and assisting in taking 100 percent of neutral objectives, resulting in a convincing 25-minute win. Pyl didn't have the same level of performance in the second game, finding early deaths and never being able to recover. Thankfully for him, the rest of his team was dominating. Able to act as a distraction, Pyl watched as his team carried him to victory, resulting in a 2-0 series sweep.
Plays two styles for two victories
August 28, 2018
y4 earned a series KDA of 7/3/8 during his team's victory over JDG.
ANALYSIS
Y4 had a strong start to his team's victory over JDG, picking a surprising Miss Fortune in Game 1. Despite the off-meta pick, he was able to quickly roll over his lane and begin dominating across the rest of the map. Participating in all but one of his team's kills while dealing huge amounts of damage, his efforts resulted in a 25-minute victory. Game 2 saw another strong performance, though one that was not quite as dominating. Picking Orianna, y4 was able to hold his own in lane and show up to clear waves and deal damage in fights. Though he didn't have the same flashy performance, he was able to help his team secure another 25-minute win, closing out the series 2-0.
Near deathless in victory
August 28, 2018
Yuuki earned a series KDA of 6/1/10 during his team's swift sweep over JDG.
ANALYSIS
Much like the majority of his team, Yuuki had a dominant performance over JDG to bring his team a 2-0 series sweep. Starting things off on Yasuo, he made short work of his lane opponent and quickly grouped with his team to participate in nearly every kill, resulting in a convincing 25-minute victory in Game 1. Game 2 went in a similar vein as Yuuki once again stomped over his lane opponent and brought his team into the lead. Despite the rest of the team falling behind in kills, Yuuki was able to show up and help claim objectives and a final skirmish, allowing the team to pick up a second 25-minute victory. As a result, LGD claimed a 2-0 series sweep.
Deathless in victory
August 28, 2018
Eimy earned a 1/0/14 KDA during his team's victory over JDG.
ANALYSIS
Eimy had an immaculate performance during his team's hectic 2-0 sweep over JDG. Starting the series off on Camille, Eimy was able to absolutely dominate his enemy, picking up an early lead for all of his lanes. As things progressed, he controlled all objectives, taking every neutral buff on the map. The result was a convincing 25-minute victory for his team. Game 2 went in a similar vein, with Eimy once again dominating the map. He picked up all neutral objectives once again and used Trundle to bring his team leads time and again. Disrupting the enemy in skirmishes, he brought the necessary crowd control to win another game, securing the 2-0 series sweep for his team.
Starts strong before fading out
August 17, 2018
Jinoo ended Friday's 2-1 loss to iG with a 13/16/24 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Jinoo finished Game 1 with a 4/3/14 KDA as Gnar. He was involved in 18 of 31 kills, ending with the second-highest assist total in the opening-game win. In Game 2, Jinoo used Ryze and earned a 6/6/2 KDA. He was involved in eight of 15 kills, leading LGD in kills while iG evened the series. For the series finale, Jinoo played Gangplank and ended with a 3/7/8 KDA. He was involved in 11 of 16 kills, tying for the second-highest kill total as iG took the comeback victory. Jinoo was involved in 37 of 62 kills in the series.
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Defends spot in LPL
August 12, 2016
LGD Gaming defeated Newbee in a 3-1 series that secured the spot in the 2017 LPL Spring Split.
ANALYSIS
LGD had a bit of a mediocre split in the LPL this summer. They went 7-9 on the season and ended up having to defend their spot in the LPL through the Promotion Tournament. They started off a bit slow in the series against Newbee, as they lost the opening game. After that, though, they found their footing and one the next three games to take the series and lock in their spot in the 2017 Spring Split.