Enigma6 Group
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Dynamic offense leads to surprise win over Red Reserve
April 2, 2018
General was a key offensive weapon for Enigma6 in the 3-1 lower bracket win over Red Reserve. He finished with an 86/68 KD on Sunday during the CWL Birmingham Open.
ANALYSIS
General was a dynamic offensive player during each of the respawns - most notably during Round 1 Hardpoint where he nearly posted a double positive KD. A nine killstreak towards the end of Round 1 Hardpoint essentially pushed the game completely out of reach for his opposition, as Red Reserve was unable to claw back into the ensuing hills thanks to his streaks, while General continued to soak up the hill time, which eventually finished near the two-minute mark. It was a mundane performance from General from there out, as his teammates each popped off during the three other games to help Enigma6 pull off the upset win.
Shining moment comes in Round 3 CTF
April 2, 2018
Diabolic's massive Round 3 Capture the Flag was a major reason for Enigma6's 3-1 win over Red Reserve on Sunday. He earned an 81/81 KD during the lower bracket match Sunday at CWL Birmingham Open.
ANALYSIS
While Round 3 Search and Destroy was far and away Diabolic's shining moment - one in which he opened the game with a 7/2 KD and earned streaks which helped Enigma6 snowball four flag captures before the end of the first half - it wasn't the only moment in which Diabolic performed admirably. Take Round 1 Hardpoint for example, in which Diabolic registered a 32/30 line and also finished with a team-high in kills.
Acts as trade bait in upset win
April 2, 2018
Sender was the lone member of Enigma6 to struggle Sunday against Red Reserve, registering a pedestrian 81/93 KD in the lower bracket win at CWL Birmingham Open.
ANALYSIS
Sender essentially acted as trade bait for the rest of his team, as his KDs numbers essentially led to the rest of Enigma6 doing well. Round 3 Capture the Flag was certainly an eye-popping game for Sender, however, as he helped Enigma6 score the first flag capture thanks to a five kill streak with the objective in hand. That wound up snowballing into a dominating win, as aBeZy quickly scored two captures of his own before Sender followed up with one, capping off a brilliant 4-0 first half which put the game - and series - essentially out of reach for Red Reserve. Even when he wasn't slaying well, such as in Round 4 Hardpoint, Sender picked up the critical kills when it mattered most, including towards the end of the contest where three kills near Main Street delayed any chance at Red Reserve contesting the final hill.
Aggressive offense important in win over Red Reserve
April 2, 2018
aBeZy posted a 91/82 KD in Sunday's 3-1 lower bracket win over Red Reserve during the CWL Birmingham Open.
ANALYSIS
aBeZy was far and away the most aggressive slayer on Enigma6, registered a 68/61 KD in the two hardpoint maps. However, it was his Round 3 Capture the Flag performance that was perhaps the biggest reason for the surprise win, as aBeZy tallied a two-and-a-half-minute stretch in which he rallied two flag captures following a critical kill streak from his teammate Sender. By the time it was all said and done, Enigma6 held a 4-0 lead entering the second half, putting Red Reserve on its back foot for the rest of the series. aBeZy officially cleaned up his European opposition in Round 4 Hardpoint, particularly during one important stretch near the end of the game near the third rotation of Docks Crane. Forcing Red Reserve into awkward spawns, aBeZy pieced together an extended three piece which only enhanced the issue, and ultimately forced Red Reserve to fall too far behind to rally a comeback.
Struggles to break through in respawn
March 31, 2018
Sender fell on hard times in the respawn rounds of the 3-2 loss to UNILAD on Day 2 of the CWL Birmingham Open.
ANALYSIS
Sender had two good rounds in Search & Destroy. The first of the two, Round 2 Search & Destroy, saw him fly out of the gates. He had eight kills through six games, pacing them to an early lead and a dominating 6-2 win. He played well yet again in Round 5 Search & Destroy, helping get them to a 5-1 lead. They would, however, blow that lead, and lose 6-5. The rest of his performance was middling at best, though. He managed a sub-1.00 KD in each respawn round, though he did some good things despite that. He had over a minute on the objective in both Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 4 Hardpoint, both of which were boons to their offense.
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Can't stay alive in loss
December 18, 2016
General could not keep E6 hopes alive, posting a 70/83 KD in the loss on Sunday to OpTic Gaming that would see E6 eliminated from MLG Vegas.
ANALYSIS
General had a strong showing in what would be E6's final match of MLG Vegas, losing to OpTic Gaming. He had a huge double kill to get the Scarab, and then used it to get two more kills to open the door to a big lead for E6; a lead they would not relinquish. He had a lobby-leading 27 kills in total that round. He had a big one on one win over Karma to cut the OpTic lead to 3-2, although OpTic would go on to win the round. General was a nuisance for the entire Round 3 Uplink, but he was especially tough to handle in the second half. He parked himself deep in OpTic's base, and was opening up lanes as soon as OpTic members spawned; however his teammates failed to capitalize on the strong effort. General was a solid gunfighter yet again in Round 4 Hardpoint, although OpTic had a tight hold on the map, and E6 saw their championship dreams dashed.