G2 Esports
United Kingdom
Pops off when it matters
September 16, 2018
Wadid earned a series KDA of 4/9/34 during his team's 3-1 series victory over FC Schalke 04.
ANALYSIS
Wadid had an up and down performance during his team's series against Schalke, but ultimately, he was able to preserve and help his team claim victory. Starting off with a pair of Tahm Kench games, he was quiet in victory and poor in his team's single defeat. Though he tried his best, he simply could not make things happen at times when needed, giving up multiple deaths in the process. Although he had an unfortunate Game 2, he was able to bounce back with ease in the following two games. Finding his way onto engage champions he was able to make plays happen for his team, constantly finding the enemy team caught off guard. Earning a perfect 3/0/20 KDA across the final two games of the series, Wadid's newfound confidence was just what G2 needed to close out the series, securing the team's berth at the 2018 World Championship.
Unsung hero in victory
September 16, 2018
Hjarnan earned a series KDA of 11/4/21 during his team's series victory over Schalke 04.
ANALYSIS
Throughout his team's performance against Schalke 04, Hjarnan was able to consistently hold his own in lane, seamlessly transitioning to the teamfight phase to solidify his team's victory. Picking Ashe in Game 1, he was able to simply shut down his lane and provide an extra layer of initiation for his team while remaining deathless. Although he was focused down in Game 2, he boasted nearly 100 percent kill participation during his team's only defeat. Despite the loss, he was able to bounce back, picking Varus once again and dominating all who stood in his path. Dying only a single time in his team's 33-minute victory, his performance was enough to bring his team to a 2-1 lead in the series. Game 4 was Hjarnan's worst showing in the series which is a testament to his skill. Boasting a 5/2/4 KDA on Xayah, he was able to navigate fights after a quiet lane phase, allowing his team to close out the series 3-1 and secure the team's ticket to the 2018 World Championship.
Controlled play results in win
September 16, 2018
Perkz finished his team's 3-1 victory over FC Schalke 04 with a combined KDA of 21/6/20.
ANALYSIS
Throughout his team's full series against FC Schalke 04, Perkz was able to put up impressive numbers, paving the way to his team's success. He started things off on Cassiopeia and was able to decimate all in his path. Moving with expertise he was able to avoid death, picking up participation in 12 of his team's 14 kills in the victory. Although his team was defeated in the next game of the series, he still boasted nearly 100% kill participation. The following two games went better for Perkz once again, picking Corki first to counter the enemy Leblanc. Though he was focused down and gave up two deaths, he was able to deal consistent damage and use his package to prevent the enemy team from pushing time and again. After finding yet another win, he opted to fall back to Cassiopeia and repeat his Game 1 performance. Boasting a nearly identical KDA, he once again had a deathless game, bringing his team a convincing 32-minute victory. As a result, G2 secured the series victory, clinching the team's spot at the World Championship.
Quickly rebounds from loss in series win
September 16, 2018
Jankos earned a series KDA of 9/7/25 during his team's 3-1 series victory over FC Schalke 04.
ANALYSIS
Playing aggressively and controlled, Jankos was able to put up extremely impressive numbers during his team's series against Schalke 04. Starting things off on Sejuani, he was able to pick up every neutral objective while participating in all but one of his team's kills. Although he had a lackluster showing in the second game, getting shut down on Poppy, he was able to quickly recover in the next two games. Picking Skarner and Olaf respectively, he employed the strategy of running down the enemy carries, finding success left and right. While he continued to control objectives, he was able to force fights, giving up only two kills to the enemy team while taking every neutral objective on the map. As a result he was able to lead G2 Esports to a 3-1 series victory securing the team's spot at the 2018 World Championship.
Dominates in series victory
September 16, 2018
Wunder earned a series KDA of 3/6/30 during his team's 3-1 victory over Schalke 04.
ANALYSIS
Throughout his team's entire series against Schalke, Wunder had a relatively strong performance that proved crucial to his team's success. Playing a mix of tanks and carry champions, he was able consistently show up when it mattered to help his team secure victory. Though he was on carries in a couple of the games, he played them more for the utility, dealing damage while focusing on their crowd control and teamwide resources. Even in his team's single game defeat he was able to put up decent numbers, participating in all but two of his team's kills in the loss. Although he picked a controversial Gangplank in Game 4, Wunder was able to recover from a pair of early mistakes, allowing him to scale nicely and become the tipping point for his team, winning back-to-back teamfights to close out the game. As a result, G2 claimed the series 3-1 and qualified for the World Championship.
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